Directors - School of Business and Governance

Letter from the Chief Director

With one foot planted in the business sector and the other firmly placed in the academics, the NWU Business School has programmes relevant to students and industry executives alike. Here, skills gaps are filled while addressing current economic challenges. The NWU Business School is an autonomous entity within the NWU faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, and has sites of delivery in Mahikeng, Potchefstroom and Vanderbijlpark. Our flagship programme, the MBA, is accredited by the international Association of MBAs (AMBA). We offer various modes of delivery for our programmes and strive to give our students the edge in an ever-changing business environment. At our business school we blend theory with practice to create a holistic learning experience that provides you with insightful business acumen, the ability to manage yourself and lead others. Other than teaching, learning and research, we make sure to put our money where our mouths are and make a lasting impact on the executive minds in Africa. We do this via our special projects like the Think Tanks, Bon-Bons and Pitsos. We address and discuss relevant and difficult topics which can combat corruption, attend to economic and social problems and shape the minds of the future of Africa. Welcome to the NWU Business School. - Prof Jan van Romburgh

Prof Jan van Romburgh

Chief Director

+27 18 299 1406

NWU Business School, Senwes Park, Building K14, (Cnr Esellen Street & Thabo Mbeki Road)

PhD in Forensic Accountancy, MCom, CA(SA)

  Prof Anet Smit

  +27 18 299 1407
  NWU Business School, Senwes Park, Building K14, (Cnr Esellen Street & Thabo Mbeki Road) , Potchefstroom
  Phd, M Com, B Com Hon., B Com Accountancy, HOD
  Management Accounting

  Ms Marli Moolman