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University of Stellenbosch


Stellenbosch University (SU) demonstrates its unwavering commitment to pursuing knowledge, research, and innovation in service to society through concrete actions. It provides a world-class centre for learning and development with global relevance, firmly grounded in the upliftment and transformation of local communities. SU houses an academic community of over 32,500 students, including more than 3,700 international students from 104 countries, and employs 4,658 permanent and fixed-term contract staff members, including 1,393 academics.

Stellenbosch University offers a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in medicine, dentistry, and nursing. The school is also home to some research centres, including the Centre for Infectious Diseases Research and the Centre for Reproductive Health Research.

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