Internal Partners

Apart from our Faculty members who play an integral role in co-creating our curriculum, the following internal partners contribute to the development of our various offerings and provide a platform through which our activities are communicated to their respective constituents.

Social Impact & Transformation Office

Centre for Student Communities

Centre for Student Counselling and Development

Stellenbosch University International

Campus Health

SU Academic Faculties

Launch Lab

SU Museum


Short Course Division

School of Public Leadership

External Partners

Our external partners play a number of different roles. The partners below contribute to the development of the curriculum of our various offerings, provide platforms through which our activities are communicated to their respective constituents

Higher Education – South Africa
  1. University of Cape Town
  2. University of Western Cape
  3. Boland College
  4. TSiBA
  5. Cape Peninsula University of Technology
  6. University of Johannesburg
  7. Monash University
  8. Mangosuthu University of Technology
  9. Rhodes University – Allan Gray Centre for Leadership Ethics
  10. African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS)
Higher Education – International
  1. University of Namibia – Namibia
  2. University of Ghana – Ghana
  3. University of Nairobi – Kenya
  4. University of Dar es Salaam – Tanzania
  5. University of Makerere – Uganda
  6. Hobart and William Smith Colleges – Centennial Centre for Leadership – USA
  7. KU Leuven – Belgium
  8. Western Sydney University – The Academy – Australia
  9. St. Andrews University – Scotland
  10. University of Monterrey – Mexico
  11. Christopher Newport University – Virginia, USA
  12. Morehouse College – Georgia, USA


Abe Bailey

If you are interested in collaborating with the Institute, please contact:

Ms Heidi October

Head of FVZS