University of The Free State Qwaqwa Campus Physical Address

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University of The Free State Qwaqwa Campus Physical Address

Important contact details

Qwaqwa Campus
Private Bag X13
Phuthaditjhaba
9866
+27 58 718 5000

Applications
:
2015 Prospectus: Qwaqwa Campus
UFS prospectus 2016
Application forms

For enquiries regarding applications:
T: +27 58 718 5044/5021/5022
F: +27 58 718 5347
E: infoqwa@qwa.ufs.ac.za

For more information, please contact:
Student Academic Services
T: +27 58 718 5010
E: motsekoer@qwa.ufs.ac.za

For faculty-specific information, please contact:

  • Economic and Management Sciences and Natural and Agricultural Sciences:
    Moipone Motaung
    T: +27 58 718 5012
    E: motaungme@qwa.ufs.ac.za
  • Humanities and Education
    Lindi Mphatsoe
    T: +27 58 718 5011
    E: mofokenglm@qwa.ufs.ac.za

Student registration: +27 58 718 5010/5022
Examinations: +27 58 718 5073/5187
Finances: +27 58 718 5024/5119
Financial Aid: +27 58 718 5062/5061
Human Resources: +27 58 718 5097
Accommodation enquiries: +27 58 718 5030/5016
Timetables

Alumni enquiries: +27 58 718 5021/5044/5020 or http://alumni.ufs.ac.za/
Contact details, Alumni staff

University of The Free State Qwaqwa Campus Physical Address, The Qwaqwa Campus is a vibrant education hub located at the base of the scenic sandstone mountains of Phuthaditjhaba in the Eastern Free State.  The campus attracts students from all over the continent and provides access for a majority of students from the Eastern Free State and towns from the western borders of KwaZulu-Natal. While it is an important role player in the provisioning of higher education in a rural environment, it provides employment for a large number of local residents, as well as taking the lead in the socio-economic development of the area.

University of The Free State Qwaqwa Campus Physical Address, The campus was a satellite campus of the former University of the North (now University of Limpopo) with its then headquarters located  in the province of Limpopo (as it is known now), some 700 km away. While under the control of the University of the North, it was referred to as the University of Qwaqwa or Uniqwa. The campus offered programmes to 282 students in 1982 in the Arts, Economics, Education and Theology disciplines.