The University of Johannesburg, popularly known as UJ, was created in 2005, and today more than 50 000 students attend this Gauteng institution.
There are four campuses – Auckland Park Kingsway, Auckland Park Bunting Road, Doornfontein and Soweto.
The campuses vary in size and offers courses in the fields of art, design and architecture; economic and financial sciences; education; engineering and the built environment; health sciences; humanities; and management.
There are also various facilities available such as micro-laboratories, libraries, sport facilities, shopping centres, restaurants, and health clinics.
The UJ Arts and Culture scene is one of the institution’s most popular attractions for students, boasting desirable activities such as dance, drama, choir, musical theatre and visual art.
The university is also home to the UJ Island, the location where the Rand Afrikaans University was constructed on Oase Farm in 1934.
Attractions and facilities on the UJ Island include a fire place, swimming pool, braai facilities, wild animals, sports facilities, conference room, parks, accommodation, a boat and a bar.
Find the University of Johannesburg’s main campus at Kingsway and University Roads, Auckland Park, Johannesburg.
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