If you still doubt the value of mathematics and science, just ask William Cronje and Reinardt Atkinson to share their future prospects with you.
It was a night of high-fashion and festivity, aptly befitting of the celebrated group of female entrepreneurs ready to impact the world of work. The 2018 Gala Awards of the North-West University’s (NWU’s) Enterprising Women Programme saw 28 women graduating from the programme.
The terms ‘alumna’ or ‘alumnus’ represent much more than mere titles. Not only is it part of your academic past, but also your professional future. In short: it signifies a lifetime relationship with your alma mater – and in your case, the North-West University (NWU).
If you are interested in Local Economic Development (LED), then diarise 16 and 17 October 2018. On these days, the North-West University (NWU) will host two special lectures on the topic.
For the graduating class of 2018 the exciting world of work awaits. A world which is characterised by unmatched change, rapid technological advancements and a dire need for responsive and strategic leadership.
“My teacher loves me.” “My social worker is like my mother, she cares.” “My neighbour cares for me; he doesn’t want me to go hungry.”
It is the year 2000. The share price of a multi-billion dollar Fortune 500 company peaks at $90. Their recruitment strategy reads: Hire the best, fire the rest. At the time it seemed to work, only it didn’t. That company was Enron.
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