Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Business School Leaders for tomorrow
Executive Education

Management, Leadership and Business Programmes

Management, Leadership and Business Programmes

Project Management Programmes

Supply Chain Programmes


Programme Guidelines, Fees And Registration

Admission Guidelines

For most programmes a Matric/NQF Level 4 qualification is required for registration. Students also have to comply with the SAQA unit standards’ entry requirements. RPL can be a consideration. Please contact the Programme Coordinators for the work experience requirements.

Language Policy

All programmes are conducted in English and students are expected to complete their assignments in English.


Programmes are scheduled and presented according to a predetermined time-table. To obtain the latest programme schedule or timetable contact NMMU Business School.

Please note: NMMU Business School reserves the right to cancel or postpone a programme. A full refund will be made in this instance.

Course Times Guidelines

In-House Programmes
All programmes can be scheduled for in-house delivery with dates and times as per clients’ requests.

Open Executive Programmes
Consult NMMU Business School for the latest course time guidelines for programmes. Programmes are presented during weekdays, in the evening or on Saturday mornings. Please enquire for relevant times.


The relevant Application Form will be forwarded to you on request.

Programme Fees

For the latest programme fee structures please contact the NMMU Business School office where you intend to study. In-house and customised training requests will be quoted on by the Business School and are dependent on factors such as number of students and specified needs and requirements of the client.

Pass Rates

The minimum pass rate for each module is 50%. Any student achieving from 40 - 49% will have the opportunity of submitting a supplementary assignment.


Students who meet minimum requirements will be awarded compliance certificates. Those not meeting minimum requirements will be awarded certificates of attendance.


Credits can be obtained for completing Short Learning Programmes that form part of certain programmes within the Business School’s programme portfolio. A maximum of 50% module credits can be transferred.

Methods of payment

To be made payable to the “Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University”
Direct Bank Deposits / EFT / Cash payment at NMMU Cashiers
- NAME OF ACCOUNT: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
- TRADING NAME: NMMU Business School
- TYPE OF ACCOUNT: Business Current Account
- ACCOUNT NUMBER: No. 331 934 167
- BRANCH CODE: 050 417
- SWIFT CODE: SBZAZAJJ (if applicable)
Reference: invoice number, your name and surname, and module name.
Please fax deposit slip as proof of payment to +27 (0) 41 504 1085 OR email to

National Programme Delivery

Existing and bespoke programmes for corporate education, with the exclusion of academic degree programmes, are presented across South Africa and Africa at client premises or client-approved venues and facilities.


For additional information on our BMP,ALP and MDP please contact:

Port Elizabeth
Sharon Whitehouse +27 (0)41 504 4009
East London
Zintle Ruiters +27 (0)43 504 1326
Kwazulu Natal
Lucille Maartens +27 (0)83 782 8653

For additional information on our FLP and ILP please contact:

Port Elizabeth
Nina Crause +27 (0)41 504 4006
East London
Cornelia Janse van Rensburg +27 (0)43 504 1324
Kwazulu Natal
Lucille Maartens +27 (0)83 782 8653

For additional information on our leadership and management short learning programmes please contact:

Port Elizabeth
Public: Kavita Govindjee
Client Specific: Lee-Anne Vasi
+27 (0)41 504 4386
East London
Public: Cornelia Janse Van Rensburg/Zintle Ruiters
Client Specific: Lee-Anne Vasi
+27 (0)43 504 1324
Public: Natasha Thorne
Client Specific: Lee-Anne Vasi
+27 (0)44 873 2671
Kwazulu Natal, Cape Town and Gauteng
Lucille Maartens (Folker) +27 (0)83 782 8653