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Student Accommodation: University of Johannesburg

Born from the 2005 merger between the former Rand Afrikaans University (RAU), the Technikon Witwatersrand (TWR) and the Soweto and East Rand campuses of Vista University, the University of Johannesburg is one of most well known universities.

The different campuses of the university means that a vast array of students flock to the university each year - thus creating the need for student accommodation close to each campus.

 



Suburbs around the University


The University of Johannesburg has four campuses:

- Auckland Park Kingsway, 
- Auckland Park Bunting Road, 
- Doornfontein, and 
- Soweto campus

 All of these campuses are located in the metropolitan area of the City of Johannesburg.

Auckland Park Kingsway - This campus is surrounded by Auckland Park, Crosby, Jan Hofmeyer, Langlaagte North, Melville, Richmond and Westdene. In these areas you will find various properties ranging from houses to townhouses for sale or to rent.

Auckland Park Bunting Road - In close proximity to the Auckland Park Kingsway campus, this campus shares many of same suburbs but also includes Alveda Park, Braamfontein, Braamfontein Werf, Mayfair, Sunnyside and Vrededorp. The Braamfontein property market has seen a rejuvenation in recent years, with many creatives and young professionals flocking to the area.

Doornfontein - With many surrounding suburbs, the properties surrounding this campus varies from large family homes, townhouses, apartments and small holdings. Some of the suburbs include Houghton, Ellis Park and Yeoville - all of which are easily accessible with the use of public transport or private transport.

Soweto - The Soweto Campus is situated on Old Potch Rd and is thus easily accessed from all major routes, there are many rental properties close to the campus or even in the surrounding areas.

Properties for sale surrounding the University of Johannesburg or properties to rent near University of Johannesburg



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