Congratulations to our 2016 First-Year Top Achievers

Date: Dec 1, 2016 | Faculties, Faculty of Science, News


The Faculty of Science applauded its outstanding first-year students who were recognised for excellent academic performance in their first semester examinations at UJ’s First-Year Top Achievers Awards Ceremony.

The parents, peers, school teachers and UJ lecturers of these students are to be equally acknowledged for their continued support, encouragement and enthusiasm throughout the years, UJ Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Prof Ihron Rensburg, said.

The Faculty of Science scooped a number of awards with special recognition for BSc Computer Science and Informatics student, Shirley Tsholofelo Mashiane, who, with an aggregate of 95.3%, scored the highest Average Final Mark in the Faculty of Science, at UJ and received the Alumni Network Trophy for Best Female Top Achiever at UJ. Our top achievers were:

AVERAGE MARKTITLENAME AND SURNAME
95.3MissShirley Tsholofelo Mashiane
87.8MrRuan Spijkerman
85.3MissIsabel Zenobia Bester
84.0MrThishan Hansragh
80.3MrMolefi Matla
80.0MrThabiso Gabela
79.8MissNtuthuko Lethokuhle Zikalala
75.0MrPatrick Kyle Richards
74.8MrEmmanuel Bongani Dlamini
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