Partner with us in Reimagining our Future

The future belongs to those who reimagine it. Whether it’s teaching emergency rescue through state-of-the-art simulation, or gathering data to enable remote diagnoses with artificial intelligence (AI), or understanding and addressing societal problems with pinpoint digital tools, UJ’s embrace of the technology of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is making an impact on people’s lives.

As a leader in academic thought and research in Africa, UJ has embraced the technology that is shaping our future, not just on our continent, but globally. And we’re doing this in myriad ways – applying it in both teaching and learning, using it to advance not just ideas, but skills, expertise and capacity. People everywhere will be able to see real benefits and a meaningful and positive change in their lives, both as developers and recipients of everything that 4IR has to offer.

 At UJ, we’re reimagining the future, and it’s changing everyone’s lives for the better, 
read more on our 4IR in action projects. 

We need to take hands with industry and public partners to effect the changes needed for our country and our continent. By advancing UJ's Fourth Industrial Revolution's vision, you have the opportunity to align your investment to the strategy of your organisation.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution brings with it opportunities to reinvent South Africa's role on the global stage. UJ is resolute to supply our economy with the technology and relevantly skilled graduates to move South Africa from fringes of globalisation. UJ is re-examining the way in which we teach our children, approach law, collaborate as Africa and integrate Asian principles to ensure human and social expansion in this new paradigm.

Your investment in UJ will ensure multi-disciplinary research, innovation and teaching that could put you ahead of your field as we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution and allow our country and continent to thrive.

Donations made towards Research and Development are eligibility for a Research and Development Incentive, through Section 11D, which allows a deduction equal to 150% of the expenditure incurred directly for Research and Development.