Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
A project-based approach is followed towards the development of skills needed for success in engineering. Skills include communication, information technology, technology, academic and life skills. The modules are presented in English.
Pass JPO 110. Conditional entry into JPO 120: JPO 110 mark between 45% and 49% .
Pass JPO 110 and JPO 120: Final combined mark for JPO 110 and JPO 120 at
6 lectures per week, Foundation Course
Language of tuition
EBIT Dean's Office
Period of presentation
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