NWU will foster engaged and caring staff and students and embed the following foundational values, based on the constitutional values of human dignity, equality and freedom.
To excel in innovative learning and teaching and cutting-edge research, thereby benefitting society through knowledge.
To be an internationally recognised university in Africa, distinguished for engaged scholarship, social responsiveness and an ethic of care.
Yes, studying law is hard, and while we don’t have a lucky scrunchie to give you, we have something better – the Juta Mock Trial competition.
In the Faculty of Humanities; we explore who we are collectively and as individuals! Providing our students with critical and intellectual skills to understand and explain the human experience in … Continue reading Getting to know the NWU: Faculty of Humanities
How are you going to pay for your academic future? Fear not! #MyNWU has compiled a list of all bursaries and loans schemes that are accepted, as well as our very own bursaries and loans that we have in place to help get you to graduation!
Leaving home can be exciting: eating breakfast for dinner, going to bed at any time, drinking coffee, and listening to music at four in the morning. But it can also … Continue reading Leaving home – let me tell you all you need to know about NWU residences
In the Faculty of Law; advocacy is not a service, it’s a passion! Our students are equipped with the knowledge, ethics, and skills that they will need in their professional … Continue reading Getting to know the NWU: Faculty of Law