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2019-04-16 06:01

The Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Science will again host its Science Winter Week for Grade 11 learners interested in studying and following a career in the mathematical and natural sciences.

The Science Winter Week, which will take place from Monday 17 June until Friday 21 June, offers learners an opportunity to gain first-hand experience of BSc-related study programmes offered in the faculty of science and career options.

Learners will be equipped with knowledge in chemistry, physics, geoinformatics, sports science, botany and zoology, mathematics and applied mathematics, computer science, physiology, genetics, earth science, microbiology and biochemistry.

The highlight of the week is “Meet a scientist”, where learners can interact with professional natural scientists from a wide range of industries and institutions and explore how an initial BSc degree can become a springboard for a career in the natural sciences.

Ntsiki Langa, recruitment officer for the faculty, says the holiday programme is ideal for learners who want to know how they can transform their interest in subjects such as chemistry, numbers, plants, cells, animals, atoms or genetics into a successful career.

Entries close on Friday 10 May.

A fee of R2 200 for meals and accommodation in a university residence is required. V Application forms are available at www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/science/for-students/for-prospective-students.VFor more information, contact Ntsiki Langa on 076 672 7939 or 021 808 2681 or alternatively, email nalanga@sun.ac.za

The Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Science will host its Science Winter Week for Grade 11 learners interested in studying and following a career in the mathematical and natural sciences.

The Science Winter Week, which will take place from Monday 17 June until Friday 21 June, offers learners an opportunity to gain first-hand experience of BSc-related study programmes offered in the faculty of science and career options.

Learners will be equipped with knowledge in chemistry, physics, geoinformatics, botany and zoology among other subjects.The highlight of the week is “Meet a scientist”, where learners can interact with professional natural scientists from a wide range of industries and institutions and explore how an initial BSc degree can become a springboard for a career in the natural sciences.

Ntsiki Langa, recruitment officer for the faculty, says the holiday programme is ideal for learners who want to know how they can transform their interest in subjects such as chemistry, numbers, plants, cells, animals, atoms or genetics into a successful career.Entries close on Friday 10 May. A fee of R2 200 for meals and accommodation in a university residence is required. V Application forms are available at www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/science/for-students/for-prospective-students.VFor more information call 021 808 2681

The Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Science will again host its Science Winter Week for Grade 11 learners interested in studying and following a career in the mathematical and natural sciences.

The Science Winter Week will take place from Monday 17 June until Friday 21 June.

It will offer learners an opportunity to gain first-hand experience of BSc-related study programmes offered in the faculty of science and career options.

Learners will be equipped with knowledge in chemistry, physics, geoinformatics, sports science, botany and zoology, mathematics and applied mathematics, computer science, physiology, genetics, earth science, microbiology and biochemistry.

The highlight of the week is “Meet a scientist”, where learners can interact with professional natural scientists from a wide range of industries and institutions and explore how an initial BSc degree can become a springboard for a career in the natural sciences.

Ntsiki Langa, recruitment officer for the faculty, says the holiday programme is ideal for learners who want to know how they can transform their interest in subjects such as chemistry, numbers, plants, cells, animals, atoms or genetics into a successful career. Entries close on Friday 10 May.

A fee of R2 200 for meals and accommodation in a university residence is required. V Application forms are available at www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/science/for-students/for-prospective-students.VFor more information, contact Ntsiki Langa on 076 672 7939 or 021 808 2681 or alternatively, email nalanga@sun.ac.za

The Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Science will host its Science Winter Week for Grade 11 learners interested in studying and following a career in the mathematical and natural sciences.The Science Winter Week, which will take place from Monday 17 June until Friday 21 June, offers learners an opportunity to gain first-hand experience of BSc-related study programmes offered in the faculty of science and career options. Learners will be equipped with knowledge in chemistry, physics, geoinformatics, botany and zoology among other subjects.The highlight of the week is “Meet a scientist”, where learners can interact with professional natural scientists from a wide range of industries and institutions.

Ntsiki Langa, recruitment officer for the faculty, says the holiday programme is ideal for learners who want to know how they can transform their interest in subjects such as chemistry, numbers, plants, cells, animals, atoms or genetics into a successful career.Entries close on Friday 10 May. A fee of R2 200 for meals and accommodation in a university residence is required. V Application forms are available at www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/science/for-students/for-prospective-students.VFor more information call 021 808 2681

The Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Science will again host its Science Winter Week for Grade 11 learners interested in studying and following a career in the mathematical and natural sciences.

The Science Winter Week, which will take place from Monday 17 June until Friday 21 June, offers learners an opportunity to gain first-hand experience of BSc-related study programmes offered in the faculty of science and career options.

Learners will be equipped with knowledge in chemistry, physics, geoinformatics, sports science, botany and zoology, mathematics and applied mathematics, computer science, physiology, genetics, earth science, microbiology and biochemistry.

The highlight of the week is “Meet a scientist”, where learners can interact with professional natural scientists from a wide range of industries and institutions and explore how an initial BSc degree can become a springboard for a career in the natural sciences.

Ntsiki Langa, recruitment officer for the faculty says the holiday programme is ideal for those learners who want to know how they can transform their interest in subjects such as chemistry, numbers, plants, cells, animals, atoms or genetics into a successful career.

Entries close on Friday 10 May.

A fee of R2 200 for meals and accommodation in a university residence is required. V Application forms are available at www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/science/for-students/for-prospective-students.VFor more information, contact Ntsiki Langa on 0766727939 or 0218082681 or alternatively email nalanga@sun.ac.za

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