New programme aims to ensure safer rail transport in SA

The Railway Occurrence Investigation Programme at the University of Pretoria was developed to assist in eliminating the escalating and repetitive nature of railway incidents through proper investigation.

Applications for 2018 now open

Applications for study at the University of Pretoria in 2018 are fully online. Applications are now open.

Protecting the health and performance of the traveling athlete

International travel is an unavoidable part of elite athletes' competitive careers. Prof Christa Janse van Rensburg, from the Section Sports Medicine at UP, offers her view on some of the challenges that need to be considered.

World Consumer Rights Day 2017

World Consumer Rights Day is an opportune time to consider the extent to which SA consumers are afforded redress in respect of defective, hazardous or unsafe goods. Profs Corlia van Heerden and Jacolien Barnard from UP explain.

Ready for work: Putting your best foot forward during an interview

Dr Jana Slippers from the Communication Management Division at the University of Pretoria has some advice on how to present yourself in the best possible way during a job interview.

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Rise of an invisible epidemic – Fighting hearing loss with advances in technology and connectivity

The Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Pretoria, Prof Cheryl de la Rey, cordially invites you to the 20th lecture in the UP Expert Lecture Series: 'Rise of an invisible epidemic – Fighting hearing loss with advances in technology and connectivity' presented by Prof De Wet Swanepoel, professor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Faculty of Humanities, University of Pretoria.

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