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Call for Nominations for Honorary Degrees for 2021
Aug 3, 2020

To members of the Rhodes University Community. Please download the Call for Nominations for Honorary Degrees for 2021.

As per the Honorary Degrees Policy, any member of the Rhodes University community including academics, students, administrative and support staff, alumni, members of Council, members of Board of Governors may nominate an individual for the award of an honorary degree. Nominations are due on Monday, 17 August 2020.

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Jul 7, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to render face-to-face learning and teaching impossible for the foreseeable future. We have had to devise ways, with a complete sense of urgency, for teaching and learning to continue remotely. Read more

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Rhodes University Honours Three Of Its Most Distinguished Alumni
Sep 4, 2019

Rhodes University’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards Luncheon was presided over by the Old Rhodian Union (ORU) Vice-President, Professor James Gambiza, who introduced each of the awardees.The University honours Old Rhodians who have achieved excellence in their careers and who, through their individual actions and achievements, have enhanced the reputation of the University. The Award is specifically intended to acknowledge alumni as role models and, in essence, is the greater family of Rhodes University awarding one of their own.In absentia were awardees Prof Roger Brooke, Ms Johanna Mukoki, Judge Kathleen Satchwell and Mr William Smith. Read more

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Here’s how much South African universities are getting from the state per student, from R79,000 at Rhodes to R37,000 at Walter Sisulu
Aug 14, 2019

South African universities will receive subsidies ranging from R647,000 per student to R21,000 per student from the national purse this year. That huge range includes startup and specialist institutions, which receive much higher per-head funding, at the top end, and the gigantic distance-learning University of South Africa (Unisa) at the bottom end. Read more

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