Representatives of the Office for International Education visited Uganda from 25-27 April 2019 to engage with prospective students interested to study at Nelson Mandela University. The drive to strengthen the already existing university’s presence and footprint in Uganda is an annual event, which forms a part of the strategic imperative of the Office for International Education.

Posted: 30/04/2019 09:09:07 | with 0 comments

On Monday, 29 April 2019, Office for International Education and the Department of Political and Conflict Studies hosted a talk at the Rendezvous Café on Nelson Mandela University’s South Campus by Professor Matt Lindstrom, titled ‘Climate Action in the Trumpian Age: The Resistance and Fightback in the United States.’

Posted: 30/04/2019 09:06:44 | with 0 comments

An Institution’s Graduation is the celebration of sweet success and a sign of hard work paying off for graduates. Nelson Mandela University held 16 Graduation ceremonies from 4 – 13 April 2019 on its Saasveld Campus in George and on the South Campus in Port Elizabeth.

The Office for International Education hosted socials for the International Graduates and their families and friends after their Graduation ceremonies and here are some comments that were recorded at these socials from the graduates and their parents:
Posted: 26/04/2019 15:35:55 | with 0 comments

Nelson Mandela University is working on a new internationalisation strategy. The new strategy, currently in the final consultative stages, will aim to expand university’s linkages and footprint on the African continent and the Global South, while maintaining the already developed links with the institutions in the Global North.

Posted: 26/04/2019 10:19:53 | with 0 comments

They say it is impossible to shoot two birds with one stone, but a Nelson Mandela University graduate has managed to defy the odds, excelling in both his studies and sport. In April, Madibaz football striker and former captain made history as the first player to be capped in a red gown, graduating with a PhD in Chemistry.

Zimbabwean-born, Cloudius Ray Sagandira, had a passion for football from a young age. His family had a strong belief in education so a career in football alone would be hard to convince them.

Posted: 16/04/2019 21:06:27 | with 0 comments

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