Stellenbosch University

Working at Stellenbosch University: Company Overview and Reviews

Stellenbosch University
Stellenbosch University
4,2
118 reviews
Stellenbosch University Ratings
4,2
Average rating of 118 reviews on Indeed
3,9Work-Life Balance
3,4Pay & Benefits
3,3Job Security & Advancement
3,8Management
3,9Culture
Headquarters
Stellenbosch University Victoria Street STELLENBOSCH 7602 SOUTH AFRICA
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Revenue
Unknown
Industry
Education and Schools

Popular jobs at Stellenbosch University

 Average SalarySalary Range
Post-doctoral Fellow
6 salaries reported
R323 333
per year
R150 000-R541 000
Chemical Engineer
1 salary reported
R10 000
per month
R4 800-R17 000
Graduate Researcher
1 salary reported
R9 000
per month
R4 500-R14 000
Researcher
1 salary reported
R8 333
per month
R4 100-R13 000
Office Assistant
2 salaries reported
R9 000
per month
R4 500-R14 000
Salary Satisfaction
76%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 77 reviews

Stellenbosch University Reviews

Overall Reviews at Stellenbosch University

5,0
Student Assistant | Stellenbosch, Western Cape | 21 Jan 2020
Productive and fun place!
Wonderful space for students to start getting some work experience while studying. Learning how to time management everything in your life and actually feeling like you are contributing towards a team.
5,0
Tutor (m/w/d) | Stellenbosch, Western Cape | 12 Oct 2017
Harmonious working environment
I thoroughly enjoyed working with the department of Economics at Stellenbosch University as a tutor. The department, as the management in this regard, made it very easy for us to do our work properly. I was provided with all that I thought I needed and beyond that. The training provided was of a fairly good standard. There was also enough time for me to work on tutoring, lecturing, my academic work, and also to partake in things I like, for example, working out and playing football.
5,0
Committee Member | Sonop, North West | 02 Oct 2019
Productive, challenging and fun working place
Being part of the 2015/2016 House Committee had various challenges related to politics and safety such as the Fees Must Fall Movement. Besides that, as a team, we learnt to manage, motivate, support and lead a residence of over a 150 women that is strong minded, driven and diverse. It was fun to be part of such a dynamic and diverse residence but it was also challenging to balance both the studies, leadership and social activities. However, I learnt a lot about myself and the above mentioned skills and for that I am grateful. I have used these skills in both life and work and it has changed my manner of thinking and approaching any situation.
4,0
Stellenbosch University Information Official | Stellenbosch, Western Cape | 01 Nov 2016
Fun
Provide prospective students and parents with the necessary assistance during the welcoming period. My colleagues and manager all worked well together. Assisting the new university students and their families was rewarding.
Prosreasonable hours, young vibrant colleagues
ConsWe were on our feet in the sun whole day
5,0
Teaching Assistant | Stellenbosch, Western Cape | 30 Apr 2020
Productive workplace
Excellent academic Institution, among the three best in the continent, and among the top 300 Universities in the world According to Shangai rranking. Competent staffs. I am proud and grateful to my study leaders, who gave me to have an experience as teaching assistant, during my Doctoral studies.
3,0
Mr Kallie Sauls and the Student development | Stellenbosch, Western Cape | 02 Dec 2016
productive and academic
students applications for financial aid involved accepting incomplete forms and contacting parents or guardians to forward all outstanding documents. alphabetical filing was important as one had to refer back to files to add information that would come later on.
Prosflexible hours
Consbalancing work with studies was sometimes difficult
5,0
Marketing Communications Coordinator | Tygerberg Hills, Western Cape | 16 Oct 2017
Department of Local Government
I will check out my e-mails and respond accordingly. Check my weekly plan schedule for follow ups of the day. I will attend meetings internally or externally. Liaise with Communication contacts just to find out how they are doing in current projects in their various municipalities. Write articles from events I recently attended.
ProsTraveling
ConsLong hours away from home
4,0
Student Mentor | Stellenbosch, Western Cape | 26 Jun 2015
Friendly work environment
Stellenbosch University offers a friendly work environment with many opportunities for bettering ones self. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the students and helping them towards their degree.
4,0
Senior Administrative Officer | Stellenbosch, Western Cape | 12 Apr 2016
Good, challenging and friendly environment.
Coming to work with positive attitude, working in really good conditions and environment overall. Seeing that you spend most of your time at the office I've learned that you need to make the most of it and help building a positive and healthy office atmosphere. Management normally support us as staff and help us in staying positive and focused. Co workers normally friendly and helpful and also adds to you being positive about your workplace. The hardest part of my job is that you cannot really plan your day, you try to, but when you get here, there's always some stuff that you need to attend to first or some problem that must be resolved, which normally takes up time, and in the end you day did not go as you planned. Enjoyable part is being in a senior position in my department, gives me some flexi time and allows me to delegate, which makes things easier for me.
ProsFlexi time, space for career growth.
ConsNothing really
5,0
Student Assistant | Stellenbosch, Western Cape | 10 Jun 2020
Very productive and informative
Sometimes start with a brief session on new development. suggestion on way forward. respond to emails inquiries and while providing administrative support and client services
Prosno
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Questions And Answers about Stellenbosch University

What are the working hours at Stellenbosch University?
Asked 15 Oct 2017
Eight Hours
Answered 10 Jun 2020
3hours/ week
Answered 15 Apr 2019
What should you wear to an interview at Stellenbosch University?
Asked 02 Aug 2017
Smart casual outfit.
Answered 09 Mar 2020
Depends on your interview type
Answered 05 Mar 2019
Does Stellenbosch University require background check? What kind of background check does Stellenbosch University do and how long does Stellenbosch University take to complete a background check?
Asked 20 Jul 2017
No, just bring along all documents of ID and so forth.
Answered 05 Mar 2019
Yes they do, Reference checks and obviously criminal checks are conducted in order to verify the declaration by potential employees. Getting feedback from the university does not take long but it is limited to the shortlisted group.
Answered 02 Aug 2017
How should you prepare for an interview at Stellenbosch University?
Asked 20 Jul 2017
Get decent marks at university and the highest qualification you can.
Answered 04 Oct 2017
By reading through the values of the institution, also to know and research the position you intend to apply for, also create a few viable propositions on how you could improve the particular field
Answered 01 Oct 2017
How do you feel about the future of Stellenbosch University?
Asked 15 Apr 2019
The future of Stellenbosch University looks very promising.
Answered 09 Mar 2021
It continuously develop
Answered 15 Apr 2019