Where Can I Study Librarian In South Africa

What is a Librarian?

A librarian is a person who works professionally in a library providing access to information, and sometimes social or technical programming, or instruction on information literacy to users.

Where Can I Study Librarian In South Africa?

University of Fort HareDepartment of Library and Information Sciencenmuchaonyerwa@ufh.ac.za
University of Cape TownDepartment of Knowledge and Information Stewardshipjaya.raju@uct.ac.za
University of the Western CapeDepartment of Library and Information Sciencelking@uwc.ac.za

How do you become a librarian in South Africa?

Professional training requires a four-year university degree in Library and Information Science (BBibl);

or a three-year general university degree followed by a one-year postgraduate diploma in Library and Information Science.

What type of librarian makes the most money?

The highest-paid librarian usually has one of these four job titles: federal government librarian, university librarian, special librarian, or curator.