University of the Free State

The University of free state of South Africa, formerly known as grey college, is a comprehensive university founded by the then president of South Africa and located in Bloemfontein, South Africa. It was renamed Free State University in 1904. It is one of the oldest universities in South Africa. The University was composed of six colleges: School of economics and management, School of Health Sciences, School of agricultural and natural sciences, School of law, School of cultural sciences and School of science. 

The universities have signed academic cooperation agreement.