Bedfordview Campus

Surrounds

To enhance your student experience, we believe that it is important for you to be able to navigate the campus’s surrounding areas and local service providers:

Bedfordview Police Station:

60 Van Buuren Road – 1.3km (011) 457 2299

Transport:

Bus Stop – Skeen Boulevard 600m
Bus Stop – Van Buuren 950m
Eastgate Taxi Rank 2.9km

Petrol Stations:

BP Petrol Station, Van Buuren Road - 850m
Sasol Petrol Station, Van Buuren Road - 4.5km

Health:

Befordview Clinic – 1.4 km
Beford Gardents Private Hospital – 3.6km
Kloof Road Medical Centre – 1.9km 

Shopping, Food and Entertainment:

Bedfordview Spar – 1.2 km
Eastgate Shopping Centre – 2.9 km 
Bedford Centre – 3.1 km 
Kloof Mall – 1.7 km 

Post Office:

Bedfordview Post Office - 1.2 km 

Van Schaik Book Store:

Available on campus

Work Readiness and Resource Centres

The goal of the Employability Programme is to equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully assimilate themselves into the working world. From their first-year of study, we aim to mould our students into employable graduates who are able to successfully obtain employment and comfortably navigate working environments.

Virtual Employability Centre (VEC)

All students have access to the Virtual Employability Centre (VEC): an online platform which affords them the opportunity to increase their knowledge through over 700 short courses.

The VEC also grants students access to an array of career assessments and quizzes, career services tools such as a CV Builder, CV360 CV checker, cover letter builder, and also allows provides students with interview skills through the interview360 tool.

The VEC and employability curriculum differs per level of study and is aimed at preparing students for employment from the very start of their academic career. Students will receive a certificate upon completion of the curriculum.

Work Readiness Webinars

Students are also guided through virtual webinars which focus on an array of topics. The webinars are aimed at improving skills and knowledge through interactive presentations, discussions and activities.

The programme for these sessions are available in the employability guide accessible on the myLMS employability page.

Employability consultations can be scheduled and may include topics such as building a personal brand, CV writing, interview skills, mastering the elevator pitch, networking, negotiation, managing an online footprint, moving into self-employment, understanding individual strengths and weaknesses, and E-applications. Bedfordview campus will also be hosting a career fair during which students can interact with potential employers, network and practice skills obtained through the employability workshops and the VEC.

Student Activities/Clubs

On the Bedfordview campus we believe that student experience is a very important part of your university experience. As such, we have created a list of some of the events and highlights of previous years.

  • Fresher’s
  • Valentine’s Day
  • Cultural Day
  • Graduation
  • Graphic Design Exhibition
  • Hack Jam
  • Moot Court
  • Market Days
  • LAN event
  • Cheese & wine
  • Safeguarding & wellness events

Students can visit the Learner Management portal to keep up to date with events taking place on campus.