Undergraduate Webinar

The Faculty of Humanities (formerly Faculty of Arts) at Nelson Mandela University is a vibrant, imaginative and socially engaged space and place, in which a diversity of interesting and valuable qualifications are offered in three interdisciplinary schools: Visual and Performing Arts Governmental and Social Sciences and Language, Media and Communication.

As an undergraduate student in the Humanities faculty, you can benefit from a variety of courses such as: art, applied design, fashion, journalism, media, sociology, anthropology, history, French, public relations and communications, Xhosa, English, philosophy, literature, fashion, politics and governmental studies.

Join the Faculty of Humanities along with alumni, including Laduma Ngxokolo and Donovan Goliath as they share their journey to and from our faculty.



Prof Mary Duker , Acting Executive Dean

Dr Jacqui Lück (Acting Deputy Dean)

Prof Marius Crous (Director of School of Language, Media and Communication)

Prof Pieter Binsbergen (Director of School of Visual and Performing Arts)

Dr Babalwa Magoqwana (Acting Director of Governmental and Social Sciences)

Ms Barbara Kritzinger (Coordinator Sociology & Anthropology)

Mr Giovanni Poggi (History & Politics)

Laduma Ngxokolo (Student Alumni - Textile Design)

Donovan Goliath (Student Alumni - Graphic Design)

Michaela Oosthuizen (Student Alumni - Media, Communication & Culture)

Viwe Mabulu (Student Alumni - Media, Communication & Culture)

Anele Silwana (Student Alumni - Sociology/Anthropology)

Sam Beynon (Student Alumni - Political Science)


Communication and Marketing

Contact information
Ms Drucilla Nzioki
Senior Manager: Faculty Administration