At the NWU Business School we strive to change the way our students think about business. We want our students to become manager-leaders in their own right; to walk away with real-world skills, international accreditation and pioneering research.
The NWU Business School has three sites of delivery, situated in Mahikeng, Potchefstroom and Vanderbijlpark. With our internationally accredited MBA, we strive to give our students the edge in an ever-changing business environment. This institution offers various options in terms of language and modes of delivery in our flagship programmes – the MBA as well as the Postgraduate Diploma in Management.
We also strive to make our mark on the African continent – this is a priority for us! The NWU Business School has gained a great deal of experience in the training of public-sector managers at the campus in Mahikeng. We aim to promote a business sense among senior managers in that sector.
We want to be a school that is not only internationally accredited, but also internationally regarded for its quality.
We want to deliver students who have the ability to think strategically and therefore become strategic leaders.
South Africa also needs entrepreneurs, and we promote entrepreneurship in all its forms.
Our flagship post-graduate programmes
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