In search of leaders

A second group of first-year students at the University of the Free State (UFS) will spend time abroad this year on a leadership programme aimed at building non-racial communities, the university announced this week.

The Mail & Guardian reported last year on the first group of 71 students selected for the programme, who spent two weeks at universities across the United States.

Inviting applications for this year’s group, UFS dean of student affairs Rudi Buys said 150 would be selected this time and they would visit campuses not only in the US, but in Europe and Asia as well.



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