University of Fort Hare South Africa

Many forces have interacted in the Eastern Cape. Incoming Afrikaners and British met with Xhosa-speakers in the eighteenth century, and the long process of conflict, followed by the subordination and expropriation of the indigenous people, took place over more that one hundred years. An important British base at this time, named after a military officer, and a small town of Alice grew near its environs. The  process  of  colonization  and  expropriation was  paradoxical. Brutal  military conquest, and integration of the population into the colonial economy, was accompanied by the spread of Christianity.  

The missionaries who carried the new ideas were themselves part of colonial expansion, but brought with them a creed which was taken by Africans and forged into a tool for grappling with the challenges of the colonial world. The South African Native College, later the University of Fort Hare, was,  ironically, founded in  1916 on  the  site  of  the  earlier British military stronghold. The college originated from the sometimes uneasy alliance between the new class of educated African Christians, supported by a  number of  traditional Southern African leaders, and early twentieth-century white liberals, many of them clergy.

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POSTGRADUATE APPLICATION FORM

The admission requirements for postgraduate study vary from one programme to another. You are advised to consult the Faculty directly in order to find out what is required for the course or degree that you want to take.

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UNDERGRADUATE APPLICATION FORM

To be eligible for admission to degree study, applicants need to meet minimum requirements for eligibility:Applicants holding a South African National Senior Certificate (NSC) need to pass a minimum of 4 subjects at a rating of 4 (Adequate Achievement, 50-59%) or better in any four 20-credit NSC subjects.

Applicants holding a South African Senior Certificate need matriculation endorsement.

For more information on Undergraduate degree requirements please refer to the Study Guide.Declaration by Parent/Guardian for Minor Applicants must accompany all applications by prospective students under the age of 18.

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