Univen Applications: Ready to apply to the University of Venda (Univen), and join one of the best universities? Well, the wait is over and you can now apply online!
The University of Venda is located in Thohoyandou, in the Vembe district of the Limpopo Province. Originally established to serve the Venda bantustan in 1982, Univen changed its focus in 2002 to emphasise science and technological education, offering both theoretical and practically-orientated courses.
Univen Applications for 2021
- Environmental Sciences
- Health Sciences
- Human and Social Sciences
- Management Sciences
- Mathematical and Natural Sciences
Univen offers both full-time courses as well as short courses.
It may be required of a prospective student to pass an entrance test before being granted permission to register. Alternatively, it may be required of a student to take special modules in certain disciplines.
To view the undergraduate prospectus, click here.
The closing date for applications is Monday, 28 September 2020.
For admission enquiries please contact Mr Seth Ugoda at 015 962 8882/8977 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the University of Venda’s website to find out more.
The University of Venda, situated in Thohoyandou in the scenic Vhembe district of the Limpopo Province of South Africa was established in 1982. The university has ever experienced tremendous growth and change. From its early years, staff members were drawn from various backgrounds in South Africa but by 1994 staff members were increasingly recruited from other African countries and overseas.
The presence on campus of staff from diverse backgrounds created a unique atmosphere and a fertile environment for new ideas and a capacity for change.
During this time the institution remained a traditional university that offered a full-range of courses straddling the humanities, social sciences, natural and applied sciences.
In 2002, the Department of Education mandated the institution to transform into a comprehensive university that offers career-focused programmes. Prior to its new mandate, Univen had already taken a step to establish some career-focused programmes with emphasis on science and technology.