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Internationalisation

The International Support Office of the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences seeks to develop strategic partnerships by linking our staff members with our international partner institutions, and to forge new collegial associations and opportunities for staff and students alike. We have created, for your perusal, a link to internationalisation activities and possibilities on the Faculty's website.

Click here to view the list of partner institutions with whom we share agreements.

For information about potential study at the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, please contact Mrs Sandra Lotter, on [email protected].

For information about potential partnership agreements, please contact Mrs Louise Euthimiou, on [email protected]

Exchange student opportunities

Oh, the places you’ll go!

To say that a degree from the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences takes you places, is an understatement. Not only are the world-class qualifications viewed favourably by employers, but they are also accredited by various national and international bodies.

Students in the Faculty are continuously exposed to the latest global trends in business education and also have the opportunity to participate in exciting exchange programmes and international competitions, where they can engage with peers from across the globe

Edinburgh, UK
Business Management graduate Natasha Ashley is a recipient of the prestigious Skye Scholarship and currently pursuing an MSc in International Business and Emerging Markets at the University of Edinburgh. 
 
 
     

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Accounting Sciences graduate Karl Frenzel won the International finals of the EY Young Tax Professional of the Year competition and is now employed in the company’s Assurance Department.

 

 

Fordham, USA

Honours students in BCom (Economics) annually take part in the Emerging Markets and Country Risk Analysis experiential tour, which is a joint venture between the University of Pretoria and Fordham University. This year’s group of students who got to spend six weeks in New York City included Phanuel Sibasa, Pieter Scribante, Njabulo Mhlambi, Tshiamo Masike, Awelani Makungo, Karabo Madibana and Basisipho Jack.

   

Vallendar, Germany

Three students attended the European Bachelor Summer Institute course presented at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management. Cassandra Mayer (Marketing Management), Maatabudi Mokabane (Financial Management Sciences) and Janie Eiber (Business Management) were among 24 international students who had the opportunity to take part in the programme. 

 

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