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On 30 May, Nelson Mandela University received an international visitor from Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois, United States of America (USA). Ms Tia Van Hester approached the Office for International Education earlier in May, interested in visiting our Institution to discuss the opossibility of an exchange programme.

Posted: 05/06/2019 16:34:38 | with 0 comments

On 8 May 2019, the Office for International Education (OIE) welcomed eight short programme students and two faculty members from Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky from the United States of America (USA) to Nelson Mandela University. The aim of this short programme was for these students, currently studying Education, to do their experiential learning within Nelson Mandela Bay, by teaching at a primary school as part of their required training. 
Posted: 05/06/2019 16:27:22 | with 0 comments

Several Nelson Mandela staff and students recently entered the “Best African Dressed” Competition during Africa Week from 20 – 24 May.
Posted: 30/05/2019 08:57:45 | with 0 comments

In aid of Africa Day on Saturday 25 May, Nelson Mandela University commemorated the African Continent for an entire week leading up to Africa Day! From 20-24 May, various Africa-focused activities were taking place at different Nelson Mandela University Campuses, organised by the Office for International Education (OIE), the Arts, Culture and Heritage Department and the Centre for the Advancement of Non-Racialism and Democracy (CANRAD).
Posted: 30/05/2019 08:20:02 | with 0 comments

The Office for International Education recently hosted Ms Emilia Larach from the Northeastern University in Boston, United States of America (USA) on the Nelson Mandela University’s South Campus on 9 May.

Ms Larach is the Study Abroad Advisor at their Global Experience Office and incorporated a short visit to Nelson Mandela University during her visit to South Africa, in an attempt to explore potential partnerships with South African Universities. Northeastern University is looking to expand on their current offerings in South Africa and according to Ms Larach, they have identified Nelson Mandela University as an attractive institution, as its programmes appear to have great opportunities for their students.

Posted: 10/05/2019 09:02:36 | with 0 comments