NWU Vaal Postgraduate Open Day 2016 – Investing in YOU!
The benefits of having a postgraduate qualification are widely recognised – improved employment prospects, higher average lifetime earning potential, and a greater sense of personal fulfilment. With this in mind, the Vaal Triangle Campus of the North-West University (NWU Vaal) will be hosting its second Postgraduate Open Day on 13 August 2016.
Investing in YOUR future
Postgraduate study can prove to be an exciting route to advancing within the sphere of an existing career as well as opening up new employment opportunities. According to the Campus Rector (acting), Prof Linda du Plessis, the North-West University believes that employability is about so much more than just a qualification, it is about having the skills and attributes that employers want and that will allow you to make the most of your potential.
On the 13th of August all three campuses of the North-West University will be hosting postgraduate open days and during these not-to-be-missed events, potential postgraduate students can familiarise themselves of the University’s framework for training, study support, and career preparation. “Whether you are new to the North-West University or already a student of one of our campuses, our Postgraduate Open Day is an ideal opportunity to learn more about our postgraduate programme offerings, our research capabilities, and to meet our staff and current students,” explains Prof Du Plessis.
What to expect from the Postgraduate Open Day?
The Postgraduate Open Day will commence at 09:00 and run till 12:00 and will take place at the NWU Vaal Campus in Hendrik van Eck Boulevard in Vanderbijlpark.
On the day, you will be able to:
- Meet the faculty staff from your field of study
- Get a quote on your intended field of study
- Submit your application form or apply online
- Find more information on available postgraduate bursaries
- International students can liaise directly with our International Office
Visit our state-of-the-art Learning and Research Commons
For more information, you can contact Naledi Hlabahlaba on 016 910 3308 or send her an email at Naledi.Hlabahlaba@nwu.ac.za