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Office for International Education

In October 2017, we had our final meeting with the first group of students who completed the Global Studies programme at Nelson Mandela University. The programme started in July 2016 and the students attended block-release modules and engaged in a number of other tasks and activities over three semesters. 
Posted: 01/12/2017 14:18:24 | with 0 comments


The Nelson Mandela University recently hosted a visit by its longstanding partner institution, the Carl Von Ossietsky University, Oldenburg in Germany from 15 – 17 November. The five member delegation was led by their Vice President, Prof Esther Ruigendijk, and included staff members in the fields of Education, Ecological Economics, Female Entrepreneurship and International Education.

Posted: 23/11/2017 11:43:37 | with 0 comments


Senior Director of the Office for International Education at the Nelson Mandela University, Dr Nico Jooste, recently reunited with Nelson Mandela University Study Abroad students, Martin Calitz and Zandiswa Sikotile during his recent visit to the St Cloud State University in the United States of America (USA) earlier in November. 
Posted: 15/11/2017 11:58:59 | with 0 comments


The 45th International Forestry Students' Symposium has started at George in the Southern Cape. The event is being hosted by the George Campus of the Nelson Mandela University. Students from around the world will discuss issues that are critical to the forestry industry.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKYro8kufzM

Posted: 20/07/2017 10:59:36 | with 0 comments


The Office for International Education at Nelson Mandela University believes that education is a strong and powerful tool, and so does one of the groups they received for a short program. Bellarmine University from Kentucky in the United States of America (USA), sent a 10 member group of students and faculty for a 3 week short programme at Nelson Mandela University that has commenced on 24 May 2017.

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Two Bellermine short programme students, Kylee Mitchell (left) and Kaitlyn Burns (right) at the swing bridge during their visit to the Kragga Kamma Game Park.

Posted: 23/06/2017 12:13:54 | with 0 comments