Faculty of Engineering

Faculty of Engineering

Rely on engineers for your baby's health

Those who have the privilege of bringing a child into this life want to ensure that their baby receives the best possible healthcare and that abnormal health issues are diagnosed and addressed as soon as possible if this occurs.

NWU's Engineering still at the forefront

A great honour was recently bestowed upon the North-West University's (NWU’s) Faculty of Engineering when their programme in mineral processing has been named under the top 100 best programs in the world in this field.

NWU researcher impresses with engineering excellence

Prof Jan de Kock is an engineer that excels and who makes a difference. His excellence and involvement in the engineering industry was rewarded during the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers’ (SAIEE) recent 107th Annual Banquet.

NWU keeps its teaching environment relevant

The only thing that is constant is change. To keep up with change, the NWU often updates the content of its academic programmes.

3-D printing to improve life

Staff and students at the North-West University's (NWU’s) Engineering Faculty are in the process of giving the traditional way of manufacturing products a huge blow. They are now using their wide variety of world class three-dimensional printers.

Grooming future engineers

In an effort to educate learners about the different fields of engineering, the North-West University’s (NWU’s) Faculty of Engineering is hosting a four-day Engineering Week from 1 to 4 October.

NWU’s solar car fuels inspiration among youth

Two birds with one stone: celebrating the North-West University’s (NWU’s) solar car’s success, and investing in our leaders of tomorrow.

Phoenix rises at the NWU

From the ashes of Naledi a Phoenix rises. The North-West University’s (NWU’s) new solar car from the Faculty of Engineering, Phoenix, is fluffing its feathers to spread its wings during the Sasol Solar Challenge that starts on 22 September in Pretoria and ends in Stellenbosch.

The impact of a second chance

A second chance in life is not destined for everyone, and when it comes across your way, you have to grab it with both hands and make the best of it. This is exactly what 33 young people at the North-West University's (NWU’s) Faculty of Engineering did when they enrolled in  the Xcel programme at the beginning of the year.

Jurumani talks trends with engineering students

Jurumani Solutions visited the North-West University’s (NWU’s) Faculty of Engineering on 8 August to talk to students about the latest trends in the world of information and communication technology.

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