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The University’s 24,000 students receive tuition at four campuses – East London, Butterworth, Mthatha and Queenstown – spread across 13 sites…more
Limited student accommodation is available at the four campuses. As part of the turnaround strategy, further accommodation is being prioritised with a state-of-the-art residence underway at Mthatha… more
The University is committed to providing students with a holistic learning experience so that they experience quality student life. This is achieved by providing training and support in the areas of counselling, health, residences, sport, personal development and student governance…more
Supporting you in your studies
The University provides students with training and support in the areas of counselling, health, residences, sport, personal development and student governance. The University also helps students access financial aid through its financial aid offices located on the campuses…more
Communication with students takes place through Facebook, the WSU website, the various campuses and faculties, the WSU email system, SMS notices and newsletters such as Pulse and the Turnaround Bulletin....
The academic calendar provides University’s stakeholders including students with a diary of the most important calendar dates. It is available in the general prospectus. Please note that this calendar may change from time to time...