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Centre for Community & International Partnerships
Community engagement – locally, regionally and internationally – is important to the University maintaining local and global dimension of community partnerships including international students who study with WSU…more
Centre for HIV/Aids
The University’s Centre for HIV/Aids helps to prevent the spread and impact of HIV infection amongst students, staff and communities. It does so by coordinating WSU HIV/Aids programmes and integrating HIV/Aids in the University’s curriculum and research…more
Enterprise Development Centre
This unit focuses on entrepreneurship development within WSU and as a service to its communities. Its core business is entrepreneurship academic input and research, business advisory services and capacity building through training….more
Centre for Learning, Training and Development
The Centre for Learning and Teaching Development (CLTD) provides services and programmes which maximise the quality of students’ learning experiences and promote the professionalisation of academic staff…more
The Centre for Rural Development aims to drive transformation of teaching, research and community service, enabling the University to position itself as a resource for Africa’s development. It is headed by Professor Peggy Nomfundo Luswazi and has numerous partnerships with institutions and companies that span the globe....
The Risk & Vulnerability Assessment Centre carries out research that provides information on risks and vulnerabilities arising from environmental and socio-cultural stressors in the former Transkei region of the Eastern Cape. It is headed by Dr Motebang Dominic Vincent Nakin....
After studying with the Walter Sisulu University, graduates are invited to participate in University activities as its alumni. All former students and staff are also eligible for WSU Convocation membership. Chapters have been established in Mthatha, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape and Eastern Cape....