The Pretoria Learning Support Centre acts as a learning support centre for the following North-West University programmes:
Teachers Education - Open Distance Learning
Mukhanyo acts as a learning support centre for the North-West University BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B.Ed) programmes, accredited by the CHE.
The B.Ed Foundation Phase focuses on the education of school teachers for grades R to 3 while the B.Ed. Senior & FET Phase focuses on grades 7 to 12. Students will develop competence in their respective fields of specialty, to demonstrate knowledge and skill with the right application of conduct in many different situations.
METHOD OF STUDY
Students will be registered as NWU students.
Mukhanyo acts as a learning support centre that provide contact sessions to NWU students.
Students will receive instruction from lecturers at the North- West University Potchefstroom Campus, through the use of interactive whiteboard technology.
NWU will provide facilitators to further help students.
Additional student support is provided by means of a Learner Management system. A Learner Management system supports communication between lecturers and students and creates a collaboration environment for students and researchers. Academic information such as subject content, discussion forums, important dates, additional resources and supplementary instruction are clearly advised on e-Fundi.
Classes will be held at least once a week and students may be required to attend additional classes.
Mukhanyo presents additional, un-accredited modules in Biblical Studies and Christian Education
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION
(In accordance with the NWU's admission requirements)
General admission requirements
APS-score: The results obtained in four Designated Subjects and two NSC subjects are used in the computation of the APS-score. The results obtained in Life Orientation are excluded. The APS-score is 24. Students may be required to write an admission exam. Language requirement: A pass at level 4 (50-59 %) in the language of instruction on both the Home and First Additional Language level.
Basic computer literacy and access to internet. It is compulsory to attend all contact sessions. It is compulsory to obtain the necessary technology such as a computer and/or tablet and mobile phone that meet the minimum specifications of the NWU.
1349 Collins Ave; Waverley; Pretoria, 0186
Telephone: 012 333 9993