President Dr Hage Geingob visits NUST

By | October 6, 2019

President Dr Hage Geingob visits the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST)

H.E. President Dr Hage Geingob made a surprise visit to the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) campus to attend a lecture that was held as part of the activities for the International Education Week (IEW).

Prof Louis Fourie, former Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Knowledge and Information Technology Services, (CPUT); Prof Pramanathan Govender, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research and Innovation; H.E. President Dr Hage Geingob; Dr Marius Kudumo, Director: International Relations; and Prof Anicia Peters, Dean: Faculty of Computing and Informatics, pictured after the lecture.

The President sat in the back row of the Auditorium amongst the audience and listened to the lecture delivered by Prof Louis Fourie, former Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Knowledge and Information Technology Services, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT).

The topic was ‘Promoting Partnerships and Internationalisation in Preparing Graduates for Industry 4.0’.
The overall objective of the IEW is to promote internationalisation and global citizenship education.

The expected outcome of the IEW is to produce holistic graduates with the requisite knowledge, skills, values and attitudes, who are global citizens and are able to function completely in global contexts.

During the week, a series of activities took place, such as cultural exhibitions, an international lunch and a movie night.

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