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BComm (Management Sciences) degree
in English or Afrikaans:
Offered by the
Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
at Stellenbosch University
From the 2012 first-year intake, the BComm (Management Sciences) programme offers students full instruction in their language of choice (English or Afrikaans).
This degree comprises a variety of relevant subject fields that are highly sought after and has the following focus (specialisation) areas in the final year: Industrial Psychology, Marketing Management, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Financial Management, Information Systems Management, Quantitative Management, Logistics Management, Project Management, Strategic Management and Transport Economics.
For more information on admission requirements, selection, language policy, bursaries, application processes and more: Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences:www.sun.ac.za/ems Centre for Prospective Students:www.maties.com. Client Services Centre:mailto:email@example.com / 021 808 9111
A memorial service for Dr Ansie Loots, who worked as Coordinator: Undergraduate Studies in die Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, will be held in the NG Moederkerk in Stellenbosch on Thursday 18 April at 11:00. She passed away on Sunday 14 April 2013. Complete translation in English to follow. Prof Johann de Villiers, Dekaan: [...]
“It is never too early to start planning for the retirement,? said Prof Niel Krige of the Department of Business Management at Stellenbosch University (SU) in his augural address in the Jannasch Hall of SU?s Conservatoire on Tuesday (16 April). According to Krige, people should as part of their planning try to work a little [...]
Investing in sustainable infrastructures and resource efficient technologies in cities offers a golden opportunity to deliver economic growth with lower rates of environmental degradation, reductions in poverty, cuts in greenhouse gases, and improved well-being. This is according to a new report, released by the United Nations in Nairobi in Kenya, today (17 April 2013). Prof [...]
The Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns (South African Academy for Science and Art) will honour a good number of academics from Stellenbosch University (SU). Two award ceremonies will take place ? in Pretoria (27 June) and in Stellenbosch (13 September) respectively. Those honoured from SU are Prof Eugene Cloete, Vice-Rector: Learning and Teaching; Prof [...]