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Department of Political Science
Faculty librarian services
Faculty librarians are specialist information professionals. They assist with literature searches, give research support and library training and develop the collection.
Centre for International and Comparative Politics
The Centre for International and Comparative Politics at Stellenbosch University was established in 1990 and provides an organisational basis for larger research and development programmes and projects conducted by members and associates of the Department of Political Science. (copied from Political Science webpage)
Centre for Chinese studies
The Centre for Chinese Studies (CCS) at Stellenbosch University is the leading African research institution for innovative & policy relevant analysis of the relations between China and Africa.
Welcome to the Political Science subject guide. This guide is for researchers and students in the Political Science field and it will provide access to subject and information resources.
Other useful guides
How do I do my assignment? To find, access and use information effectively, use the step-by-step guide.
The Library and Information Service offers a wide range of group training sessions with the main focus on enhancing the information literacy skills of all students at Stellenbosch University. A framework for Information Literacy was contemplated and accepted in 2014 to provide structure for an effective information literacy skills training program. The framework describes the development of different levels of information literacy competency.
Library training calendar
Marleen van Wyk
US Library & Information Service
Private Bag X5037
Tel: +27 21 808 3312 Fax: +27 21 808 3723
Afrikaans & Dutch, CREST, CCS Drama, General Linguistics, Information Science, Journalism, Political Science and Psychology
Consulting Hours 08:00-12:45 : 13:45-16:30 Mondays - Fridays
To avoid disappointment, staff and registered students of the Stellenbosch University are encouraged to make appointments for assistance or library instruction