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School of Engineering

School of Engineering

Technological innovation and its management and application are essential for the creation of prosperity in any country. The Engineering School of the University of Pretoria gives students the education to make a considerable contribution in this field. 
 
Our Engineering School is one of the largest of its kind in the country and has various fields of specialisation in a variety of departments, like industrial & systems engineering, chemical engineering, electrical, electronic & computer engineering, mechanical & aeronautical engineering, material science & metallurgical engineering, mining engineering and civil engineering. We have strong ties with industry. One of the benefits for our students is the high esteem in which our graduates are held, both nationally and internationally.

School of Engineering · University of Pretoria · Private bag X20 Hatfield PRETORIA · 0028 · SOUTH AFRICA

  • Tel: +27 (0)12 420 2724
  • Fax: +27 (0)12 420 3874
 

News

Seasons Greetings - 11/11/2014
From Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Seasons Greetings and Best Wishes from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering

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MIT Exchange for 2015 - 05/11/2014
From Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering

We would like to congratulate Martin Rencken, Christian Parschau, Johan Kotze and Alex Berndt who have been selected to study at MIT in 2015 as exchange students.

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Purpose driven - 30/10/2014
From Department of Mining Engineering

Miss SA Campus 2013 is from Kriel and believes that she can make a difference in her community. Mudinda Denga shares her love for her work at Hands of God Day Care Centre with Mariëtte Strydom

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Prof JJL du Plessis visited Loula Gold Mine in Mali - 17/10/2014
From Department of Mining Engineering

In October Prof JJL du Plessis visited Loula Gold Mine in Mali as part of the RandGold Resources Mining Graduate Training Program

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Students need to become ‘imagineers’, academic urges - 18/09/2014
From Department of Mining Engineering

JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – University of Pretoria (UP) Department of Mining Engineering (DME) head Dr Ronny Webber-Youngman believes mining engineering students need to become “imagineers” and work on developing safer and more efficient mines of the future using virtual reality simulations for mine planning and design.

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