This week, thousands of students will again file into Jameson Hall to cap their studies. Of these, the Faculty of Commerce will award around 1 204 degrees, including about 452 Bachelor of Business Science and 256 Bachelor of Commerce degrees, as well as 496 diplomas, certificates and postgraduate degrees. Graduates from the Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment number around 564, of which 437 are undergraduates. The Faculty of Humanities, the largest, will boast around 1 358 graduates. Of these, 746 receive bachelor degrees, and 373 honours, master's and doctoral degrees. Around 475 graduates hail from the Faculty of Health Sciences, including 183 MBChB graduates, 138 with bachelor degrees other than MBChB, and 23 doctorates. The Faculty of Law will have 149 graduates, of which nine will receive diplomas, 106 Bachelor of Law degrees, 33 master's degrees and one doctoral degree. The Faculty of Science graduates just over 600 students, with 354 due to receive bachelor degrees.
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