UJ boosts teaching and learning space on Kingsway Campus
Date: Sep 4, 2013 | News
Construction is under way for two new lecture venues on the University of Johannesburg’s Kingsway Campus. The two venues, which will be situated adjacent to the existing A-Ring, will each provide space for 750 students.
This addition of 1500 seats will greatly reduce the existing shortage of learning and teaching space experienced by the University. Additional features of the building will be a circular courtyard between the two venues as well as ablution facilities. The project is scheduled for completion in time for the second semester of 2014.
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