The new structures

October 2004
Finance Week;10/11/2004, Special section p8
This article focuses on Unisa's College of Economic and Management Sciences which was formed from the two faculties of Economics and Management Sciences of the "old" Unisa and Technikon SA. It was carefully planned to meet the study needs and management demands of such a large college. It's not only South Africa's largest but its School of Management Sciences, one of the four schools within the college, alone has more students than some entire universities. The college's four schools are each headed by a director, with departmental heads in charge of the different departments.


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