Nelson Mandela University’s Centre for Law in Action (CLA) hosted a delegation from Kenya from 25 February to 8 March 2019 for training as part of the FishFORCE Project.

 

The training took place on North Campus and consisted of Species Identification and Fisheries Technology and the Prevention of Corruption and Taking of Statements.


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As part of the strategy and drive to recruit international students to the Nelson Mandela University, representatives from the Office for International Education visited Accra in Ghana from 22 – 23 March 2019. One of the strategic imperatives of the office is to increase the African footprint of the university through increased student recruitment from a more diverse student population across the continent. 


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On 28 February, the Office for International Education welcomed the institution’s longest standing partner University, St Cloud State University (SCSU) from the United States of America (USA) to Nelson Mandela Bay for various short programmes and staff exchanges. The four short programmes focussed on College Counselling and Student Development, Communication Studies and Disorders, Ethnic Studies Programme, and Nursing. 

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On 5 March 2019, Gary Prevost, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Latin American Studies at College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University in Minnesota, United States, and research associate at the Department of Political and Conflict Studies at Nelson Mandela University, gave a talk about the current situation in Latin America. In particular, the focus of the talk was on the ongoing economic and political crisis in Venezuela and the diplomatic tensions between Venezuela, on one side, and the United States government and its allies, on the other side.
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