University of Limpopo School Of Economics and Management
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Welcome to the School of Economics and Management, home of academic excellence and the largest School in the Faculty of Management at the University of Limpopo.
The School affords you an opportunity to choose from the best undergraduate programmes in preparing for a career in Administration, Business, Development, and Economics within the public, non-profit, and private sectors as well as for independent business enterprises.
The degree choices in the School are designed to empower students with applied knowledge and skills to qualify for a career at any level of government (local, provincial or national), with various private sector organisations or as an independent entrepreneur.
Our degree programmes are reviewed constantly to incorporate new developments in the marketplace, corporate world and professions in ensuring that teaching and learning remain relevant and responsive to the needs of the labour market, business and society at large.
A system of formative and summative assessment provides students with an opportunity to acquire competence in each module before progressing to the next level.
In addition, our programmes strive to find convergence between theory and practice on academic components. This is to guarantee the absorption of applied information and development of relevant skills.
To be a leading provider of quality academic programmes, research and community engagement in the management and administrative sciences in Southern Africa.
Through teaching, learning, research and outreach activities, the School of Economics and Management undertakes:
- To prepare students with relevant information and skills for careers in administrative management and for independent entrepreneurship;
- To conduct applied and relevant research to serve the needs for policy and strategy formulation of development agencies, both in the public and private sectors; and
- To provide in-service training programmes for a range of agencies whose personnel require additional information and skills.