Beautiful campus. Old buildings are very well maintained. Nice to walk around on campus amongst all the oak trees.
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Of course the tree-lined campus with its gracious buildings are beautiful and there is lots to see and do, but I would highly recommend the red-brick Stellenbosch University Museum in Ryneveld Street. Best of all, it's free, free, free. You could spend hours there if...More
Take a day and walk through the universiy filled streets, visit historical buildings, drink coffee under the trees and enjoy the quisine of the Western Cape!
Education starts here amongst the blue mountain's of the Stellenbosch winelands everything within walking distance in this quaint little town
The university has some old buildings as well as some modern ones and the underground library is quite unique. It is worth spending a morning (or afternoon) strolling around the campus and taking in the various styles of architecture. If time permits, a visit to...More
The students were very helpful to guide and walk with us around, introducing the entire campus. This was a side trip on our way to St Nicholas Church.
When you meet respectable academic personalities you get the best out of it. I loved the learning infrastructure and the short courses designed to improve capabilities, meet scholars and test the winter.