Biological Transformation in Manufacturing: Direct integration of biological components for machining Ti6Al4V

The Stellenbosch Technology Centre (STC-LAM), which is part of the Department of Industrial Engineering, is part of an international Fraunhofer...
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Biological Transformation in Manufacturing: Direct integration of biological components for machining Ti6Al4V

Faculty gains expert in renewable energy

The Faculty of Engineering is fortunate that a highly-experienced process engineer, award-winning patent holder and author has joined its academic...
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Faculty gains expert in renewable energy

Faculty showcases research in Gauteng

The Faculty of Engineering's Research Showcase held in Johannesburg on 7 June attracted approximately 100 people from industry. This event...
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Faculty showcases research in Gauteng

Christo Nicholls holder of new Stellenbosch University Utility Solutions Research Chair

"I have always had a passion to return to academia where I can focus on applied research on real-life problems...
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Christo Nicholls holder of new Stellenbosch University Utility Solutions Research Chair

Civil Engineering boasts four new SAICE Fellows

The Department of Civil Engineering is proud to have four new SAICE Fellows in its midst. They are profs Kobus...
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Civil Engineering boasts four new SAICE Fellows

Stellenbosch University starts with the training of Data Engineers

BEng (E&E) Data Engineering Specialisation The Faculty of Engineering at Stellenbosch University will introduce a new BEng degree in Data Engineering from...
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Stellenbosch University starts with the training of Data Engineers

It’s full steam ahead with research in rail engineering

Owning a train set is many a child's dream. Now this dream can reach new heights for engineering students who...
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It’s full steam ahead with research in rail engineering

Process Engineering lecturer receives R5 M research funding from the UK

By: Rozanne Engel, Corporate Communication Dr Margreth Tadie, a lecturer in the Process Engineering Department at Stellenbosch University (SU), is one...
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Process Engineering lecturer receives R5 M research funding from the UK

Donation of concrete seat commemorates and celebrates longstanding, solid relationship  

"We have endured, just as concrete is durable!" exclaimed Prof Mark Alexander, President of the Concrete Society of Southern Africa,...
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Donation of concrete seat commemorates and celebrates longstanding, solid relationship  

Faculty of Engineering celebrates 75 years with festive Gala Dinner

The Faculty of Engineering celebrated its 75-year of existence with a Gala Dinner on 29 March 2019. Over 200 alumni,...
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Faculty of Engineering celebrates 75 years with festive Gala Dinner

The Faculty of Engineering is one of Stellenbosch University’s flagship faculties and is one of South Africa's major producers of top quality engineers. The world-class engineers we produce contribute to the economic development of the country and improves citizens’ quality of life.

In addition, our outstanding research and consulting services add value to industry, and substantially supplement our funding streams.

There are approximately 4 000 engineering students, of whom approximately 3 000 are undergraduate and 1 000 postgraduate.

T​he Faculty was established in 1944 and is housed in a large complex of buildings with modern facilities.

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Open Day - Saturday, 29 February 2020

Are you interested in how engineers go about applying science and technology in order to improve the world at large, or are you perhaps planning to pursue a career in engineering?

If so, do visit the Faculty of Engineering during Stellenbosch University's Open Day from 08:30 to 16:00 on Saturday, 29 February 2020.

Numerous interesting and exciting engineering exhibits and demonstrations (presented by staff and students) will take place at the five engineering departments.

The first departmental tour will depart at 08:30 and the last departmental tour will depart at 14:15 from the white marquee tent (corner of Banghoek road and Joubert street, Stellenbosch).

Please feel free to contact us if you require any additional information in this regard.

Read the latest Faculty of Engineering newsletter here.

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