We offer students multiple opportunities to gain international experience and help them prepare for their future career. Some of our recent academic superstars include:

  • Business student Yamikani Katunga represented the former MSA campus at the World Business Forum in New York City.
  • Public Health student Nicola Nkhoma represented the former MSA campus at the Clinton Global Initiative in California.
  • Social Science student Lisa Sidambe won a Mandela Rhodes Scholarship, making her one of the 40 chosen African students recognised for their commitment to the principles of leadership, reconciliation, entrepreneurship and education. She was also awarded the Sir John Monash Medal for extraordinary academic achievement and contribution in the advancement of the campus goals.
  • Former MSA students presented potential solutions to the South African Water Crisis to the International Water Security Network.
  • Former top MSA undergraduate students presented their research at the International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR).
  • Some of our most innovative students from the School of IT demonstrated the technological marvels that they have invented.