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.
You are sitting on campus, and you look up. You see an NWU community – people who are exactly like you, and yet nothing like you at the same time. People who have dreams to be greater than they are, working to achieve those dreams. A place like home. #MyNWU
Every year the NWU sets an intention with our brand campaigns, and our intention for the next few months is to be greater than we are – we want you to join us.
Our VC, Prof Dan Kgwadi says it best that the NWU’s passion, dedication, and commitment lead to excellence in research and teaching & learning. Don’t believe us? Well, the 2021 … Continue reading NWU soars through international rankings
“Now, as I’ve grown older, the work is more reflective and hopefully, some of the pieces show the wisdom of age. There is a mature-ish quality that indicates growth and acceptance.” Lesego Motlhankane, a third-year BEd student on the North-West University’s (NWU’s) Potchefstroom Campus, recently published an anthology of Setswana poetry titled Pitsana ya Poko.
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