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  • Strategic overview

  • Overview

    Who we are

    Where we come from

    Vision for the future

  • Our history

  • Our history

    Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University opened on 1 January 2005, the result of the merging of the PE Technikon the University of Port Elizabeth (UPE) and the Port Elizabeth campus of Vista University.

  • Our history

  • Our history

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  • Who we are

    On 20 July 2017, Nelson Mandela University was officially renamed: the only university in the world to carry the name of the global icon, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.

    With this name we will be honouring Nelson Mandela by leading our University boldly into the future in service to society.

  • Who we are

  • Our leadership

  • Our iconic namesake

  • One of 6 comprehensive universities in South Africa

    28 404 students 74% of our students come

    from the Eastern Cape 1516 international students

    from 56 countries 4870 staff 7 faculties

    7 wi-fi enabled campuses (including the 1st dedicated ocean sciences campus in

    South Africa)

    Our institutional profile: 2018

  • Our student profile

    Total enrolled students 28 404

    Female 53%

    Male 47%

    GENDER DISTRIBUTION

    68%

    14%

    1%

    17%

    STUDENT HEADCOUNT

    African 19 344 Coloured 3 814 Indian 390 White 4 856

    43% 57%

    DISTRIBUTION OF UNDERGRADUATE ENROLMENTS BY QUALIFICATION TYPE

    UNDERGRADUATE CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMA

    UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE

  • Our staff profile

    2017-2022 equity targets: African: 42%

    Coloured: 17% Indian: 4% White: 34%

    Foreign nationals: 3%

    By population group

    24%

    12%

    3%

    61%

    2005

    African Coloured Indian White

    48%

    18%3%

    29%

    2% 2018

    African Coloured Indian White Foreign

  • Our permanent academic staff profile

    AFRICAN 20%

    COLOURED 15%

    INDIAN 4%

    WHITE 56%

    FOREIGNERS 5%

    2018 AFRICAN

    9% COLOURED 6%

    INDIAN 3%

    WHITE 82%

    2005

  • Our staff profile

    2017-2022 equity targets:

    Male: 44% Female: 56%

    50%50%

    2005

    Female

    Male

    59%

    41%

    2018

    By gender

  • Academic staff qualification profile

    45%

    35%

    20%

    2018

    31%

    39%

    30%

    2005

    Doctoral Degree

    Masters Degree

    Less than Masters

    Our staff profile

  • Our location: Nelson Mandela Bay & George Nelson Mandela Bay: • 6 campuses are located in Nelson Mandela Bay. • Known for its pristine coastline and rich marine biodiversity. • Only city in South Africa with two ports and an IDZ. • One of six (6) tourism development nodes in South Africa.

    George: Our George Campus is located at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains in the Southern Cape.

  • Our faculties

    Arts Business & Economic Sciences

    Education Engineering, Built Enviro

    & Information Technology

    Health Sciences Law Science

  • Our vision

  • Our mission

    To offer a diverse range of life- changing educational experiences for a better world.

  • Our student experience

  • Our diversity

  • Our humanising pedagogies

  • Our scholarship

  • Our engagement

  • Our infrastructure and facilities

    In excess of R2 billion invested in new infrastructure over past 12 years

  • Our international links

    International students, student and staff exchanges, and research partnerships

  • Our new strategic directions: Ocean sciences

  • Our new strategic directions: Medical school

  • T&L and curriculum

    Scholarship and

    engagement

    Governance Institutional culture

    Student support

    Language

    Disability Diversifying staff profile

    M&E and reporting

    Complaints mechanisms

    Our transformation priorities

  • Strategic positioning

    Programme viability & curriculum

    transformation

    Fit-for-purpose, strategy-aligned organisational

    design

    Revenue mobilisation &

    cost management

    Re-engineered business

    processes & innovative operating

    models

    Our sustainability plan

  • Our future imperatives

    • Craft Vision 2030 to boldly articulate our desired future directions

    Redirections

    • Reconceptualise key imperatives that will strategically position the University nationally, on the African continent and globally (e.g. transdisciplinarity, engagement, decoloniality, etc.)

    Reconceptualisations

    • Build trust, cultivating an affirming institutional culture, collective commitment to social inclusion

    Relationships

    • Shift from maintenance to strategic change agenda to serve the imperatives of social justice and improved efficiencies

    Redesign

    • Given the centrality of people, ensure that HR is fit for purpose

    Radically rethinking HR

    • Resource mobilisation and budgeting in support of strategic redirections and sustainability

    Resourcing and remodelling

  • 2017 • Vision 2020 review • Institutional

    Transformation Plan approved by Council

    2018/2019 • VC's listening campaign • VC’s inaugural address • Revised Vision 2020

    strategic plan approved by Council

    • Organisational redesign

    2019/2020 • Craft Vision 2030 in

    consultation with key internal and external stakeholders

    • Vision 2030 approved by Council

    Our planning milestones

  • www.mandela.ac.za

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