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Cultivate success with Stellenbosch University's AgriSciences – let's grow together!

SAGWRI: Postgraduate Opportunities in 2025

SAGWRI MSc students project proposal presentations

Viticulture and Oenology Winter Programme Inspires Future Winemakers with Hands-On Experience and Industry Insights

Dr. Justin Erasmus rejoins Forest and Wood Science as Postdoc

AgriScience staff attend Climate Smart Forestry Workshop in Norway

Award to top performing BSc Forest and Natural Resource Sciences student

Dr Keanu Martin Named Africa's Early Career Representative on Prestigious International Horticultural Committee

The International Congress of Genetics is Coming to Cape Town in 2028!

Research-implementation collaboration aims to improve ecological restoration efficiency

Student Case Study Competition at Agbiz Congress 2024

Continued technical horticulture training for lecturers from eight different colleges in South Africa

Prof Phillip Strydom wants to help improve the quality of meat

Food security a "three worlds" problem

Science, AgriSciences, Health Sciences students victorious at SU’s FameLab heat



The Faculty of AgriSciences at Stellenbosch University (SU) is held in high esteem at national and international levels for the quality of its training and research and also as consultant in the agricultural and forestry industry. Students enrolled in the faculty’s undergraduate- and postgraduate programmes are expertly trained to become leaders and managers in the various sectors of the industry. Throughout the RSA – and abroad – alumni of the faculty can be found in top positions.

When SU was officially established in 1918, Agriculture was one of the first four faculties and right from the outset it made an indelible contribution to agricultural education and research in South Africa. In 2006 the Faculties of Agriculture and Forestry merged to become the Faculty of AgriSciences as it is today. The faculty has about 1000 undergraduate, 705 postgraduate students and academic staff complement of 215.

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