Southern African Regional Universities Association Facilitating meaningful connections between the SADC universities About SARUA Vacancies in SADC View Become a member SARUA facilitates networking between the SADC universities, as well as higher education universities and organisations from outside the SADC. join the network

SARUA Key Projects

SARUA is a vibrant higher education association that promotes regional impact through networking, collaboration and partnership. The Association is committed to building the capacity of a responsive and capable SADC higher education community through key projects.
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SARUA disseminates relevant information and news via their social media platforms. Connect with us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Membership

SARUA is the ideal platform for relevant discussions around higher education in the SADC. Become a member today.

Partnership

SARUA regularly partners with organisations and institutions wanting to conduct research or start a discussion regarding higher education internationalisation in the SADC. Get in touch if you are interested.

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Membership
Partnership

Members

The strength of our network lies in its diversity. Our members represent the Southern African Development Region.

Who are our members?

Communities
of Practice

SARUA established and facilitates Communities of Practice through its projects and investment in lifelong learning and continuing professional development.

Impact
Scalability

Facts

Facts about the Southern African Development Community.
SADC Facts

The SADC has a combined population of 45 million people.

SADC Facts

There are 16 SADC Member States.

SADC Facts

SADC’s headquarters can be found in Gaborone, Botswana.

SADC Facts

For information on the SADC visit sadc.int.

from the directors desk

The launching of SARUA’s new website marks a significant milestone in the Association’s evolution as a dynamic virtual higher education network. Now, more than ever, we need to unlock the potential of digital communication platforms to support regional networking and collaboration.

Prof Martin Oosthuizen

Prof Martin Oosthuizen

Stellenbosch, South Africa

Higher Education collaboration should be a focus of university leadership as well as ordinary members of staff. A collaborative platform such as SARUA will provide answers to the current and future complexities facing higher education institutions.

Dr Nico Jooste

Dr Nico Jooste

Gqeberha, South Africa
Prof Evans Kalula

Prof Evans Kalula

Cape Town, South Africa
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