Willem Boshoff graduates with distinction

Posted on 2008-09-17

Willem H. Boshoff, a lecturer in the Department of Economics, has completed his degree in Management Research with distinction from Oxford University. Boshoff, who joined the department in January 2006, entered the M.Sc. in Management Research programme in September 2007 and returned to Stellenbosch in August 2008. Boshoff joins a number of staff members to have graduated from Oxford University.

Boshoff is adament that more students and staff members should make use of study opportunities abroad: "Stellenbosch University has a well-deserved international reputation. I have found it fairly easy to apply to front-ranking universities. Alternatively, I would encourage any student to make use of the diverse exchange opportunities with European and American universities. You will find that a Stellenbosch education, and especially one at the Economics Department, is easily comparable to what is on offer from other European universities."

Willem Boshoff's areas of expertise are in the economics of business, including competition policy, the economics of organization and strategy, and time-series econometrics.

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