Rhodes University is located Grahamstown, in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province. The university, named after Cecil John Rhodes, was established in 1904 with a grant from the Rhodes Trust. It is one of South Africa’s smaller universities, with around 7000 students.
Stellenbosch University, in the Western Cape, opened as the Stellenbosch Gymnasium in 1866, became the Stellenbosch College in 1881, and Stellenbosch University in 1918. It is one of very few predominantly Afrikaans universities in the country.