Founded in 1904 and situated in the picturesque and historic Eastern Cape town of Grahamstown, Rhodes University is perhaps best known for its unique character and renowned journalism and media department.
Aside from the burgeoning arts programmes, the institution offers internationally recognised degrees in the faculties of humanities, science, commerce, pharmacy, law and education.
Rhodes’ primary research focus areas are psychology and politics and fine art.
The university caters for over 7 000 students across its 150 buildings and 39 residences and is home to come of the country’s top festivals including the National Arts Festival, and SciFest.
The province’s oldest university, Rhodes boasts over 80 clubs and societies, more than 30 sports programmes, nine dining halls and five libraries.
Notable alumni include Wilbur Smith, Mandla Mandela, Ian Roberts, Lex Mpati, Jeremy Mansfield, Alice Krige, and Ian Smith.
Although Rhodes is the hub of the town, its main offices can be found in Drosty Road in Grahamstown.
For course details and more on the institution visit Rhodes University.