We invite our prospective students, donors, and researchers to visit our campus and take a tour of the facilities. Through a pre-booked appointment, visitors will be able to take a guided tour and get a feel for campus setup, accommodation, and student facilities. Interested students are encouraged to meet our graduate admissions representative to learn more about our graduate programmes and get all the information you need to make the best decision for you.
Our donors are the reason we are able to do what we do and without them, none of it would be possible. In return, we try to give our donors access to special College events and welcome donor visitations on campus.
Prospective students of the College are welcome to visit us to get a feel for campus life and to see what facilities are available. Many of our students come to us via various agencies and organisations where they are already employed in the field of conservation. Pre-enrolment orientation visits will naturally be made for new students through these organisations, while independent prospective students are invited to contact us to make an appointment.
Master’s Degree and PhD students of environmental science are welcome to contact the College regarding a research collaboration. Academic studies further our knowledge and understanding of best practice and so we are continuously looking to improve and adapt our methods. We invite conservation scientists to contact us with regards to a site visit or consultation.
We are open on Monday – Friday at 11am and 3pm, except on holidays.
R531 to Orpen Road
* Please note your appointment is only confirmed once you get a response from our team.