Engineering gives Back

Engineering gives back As a way of celebrating the Faculty of Engineering's 75th year of existence, the Faculty, under the...
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Engineering gives Back

MAD for Digital Twins

Article by Anro Redelinghuys From the first steam engine in 1698 to an era where factory equipment and processes can...
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MAD for Digital Twins

Commitment, drive, passion secret to TRAC South Africa’s success

"It is my delight to state that due to the successful implementation of the TRAC programme, our Grade 12 Physical...
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Commitment, drive, passion secret to TRAC South Africa’s success

“Awesome” seaweeds researched in ambitious, collaborative project

By Dr Neill Goosen Do you regard seaweeds as special? If not, you are part of a rapidly shrinking group...
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“Awesome” seaweeds researched in ambitious, collaborative project

BEng (Electrical and Electronic) Data Engineering specialisation will be fully accredited by ECSA

The Faculty of Engineering at Stellenbosch University recently received confirmation that the new BEng degree in Data Engineering will be...
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BEng (Electrical and Electronic) Data Engineering specialisation will be fully accredited by ECSA

Meet the Teaching Excellence Award winners from Engineering

Article by Asiphe Nombewu, Corporate Communication Two academics at the Faculty to Engineering were recipients of a Distinguished Teacher award. They...
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Meet the Teaching Excellence Award winners from Engineering

Engineering welcomes home tridentate monument after 50 years

"It is very apt to move this monument to our large building complex in the Faculty of Engineering's 75th year of...
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Engineering welcomes home tridentate monument after 50 years

3D printing of concrete attracts great interest at Innovation Summit

If you want to capture someone's attention – display concrete flamingos! This strategy seems to have worked for two postgraduate...
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3D printing of concrete attracts great interest at Innovation Summit

5 Maties Engineering students amongst GradStar Top 100 most employable students

Five Maties engineering students have excelled by being amongst the Top 100 Most Employable Students in the GradStar Programme. Furthermore,...
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5 Maties Engineering students amongst GradStar Top 100 most employable students

Two first-year engineering students fare extremely well in international contest

Two first-year Matie engineering students have shown they can compete on the international stage and perform well. Ralph McDougall (E&E)...
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Two first-year engineering students fare extremely well in international contest

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.

Latest Events

Data Science and Computational Thinking: Connect Event

Date: First Friday of every month

Start:  14:30

End:  16:00

Venue: Upstairs boardroom, Africa Centre for HIV/AIDS Management, entrance via Joubert Road, Stellenbosch​

Data Science and Computational Thinking: Summer School

Date: 20 to 31 January 2020. Applications open 21 October.

Click here for more information.

 

 

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