North West University (NWU) is a public research university located in South Africa.
It was established in 2004 through the merger of the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the University of North-West.
The university has three campuses: Potchefstroom, Mahikeng, and Vanderbijlpark.
With its merged status, NWU became one of the largest universities in South Africa, with the third largest student population in the country.
NWU offers a wide range of academic programs, providing students with great choice and flexibility.
The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral degrees in various fields of study.
NWU is part of the global higher education community and actively engages in international collaboration with other universities and institutions:
This includes student and staff exchange programs, as well as cooperation in academic, research, cultural, and sports matters.
NWU has three campuses, each offering a unique learning environment. They are;
- Mahikeng Campus
- Potchefstroom Campus
- Vanderbijlpark Campus
Some notable alumni of NWU include Dirk Hermann (trade unionist), Gerhard Mostert (rugby player) and Warren Whiteley (rugby player).
NWU has a Christian identity and aims to provide students with a holistic education that integrates faith, learning and living.
NWU offers a vibrant student life with various extracurricular activities, clubs, and organizations.
Students have access to sports facilities, cultural events and opportunities for personal and professional development:
The North West University provides class and assessment timetables for students on their website.
The university follows an academic calendar that is amended from time to time.
The university has an examination and assessment timetable for the first semester of 2023.
The timetable includes the third opportunity for exams at the Potchefstroom Campus and the mid-term assessment for all campuses.
The university may make changes to the timetable before the start of teaching:
The university was formed in 2004 through the merger of the University of North-West and the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, along with the incorporation of the Sebokeng Campus of Vista University.
How to access North West University timetable
To access the North West University timetable, follow these steps;
- Go to the North West University website
- Click on the “Studies” tab
- Click on “Class Timetables” to access your class and assessment timetables
- If you want to access your personal exam timetable, go to the following link: https://vssweb.nwu.ac.za/str-webclient/StudentWebCommand.do?sf=143662&lng=3/top
- The university also provides examination and assessment timetables for the first and second semesters of 2023 on their website
It is important to note that the university may make changes to the timetable before the start of teaching.