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Reasons to be Proud - #R2bP: Mandela University Law student Samantha Msipa and Psychology student Thuli Chauke, have been selected as two of 10 South African students, to attend the 2020 Golden Key Asia Pacific Leadership Summit in Australia next month.

The summit will be hosted by the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane and will focus on Networking in the Digital Age. The three-day programme will take participants through the journey of turning online connections into meaningful offline relationships in the ever-changing landscapes of the Digital Age.

They will be given the opportunity to participate in a range of workshops that have been specifically designed to learn the power of networking. With topics that address the constantly changing world of work; including digital platforms, Artificial Intelligence and the power of face to face relationships. Delegates will also have the chance to connect and network with industry experts and leading organisations.

Golden Key is an internationally recognised, non-profit organization affiliated with over 400 universities throughout Australia, Canada, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, South Africa, The Bahamas and the United States. 

The Society’s mission is to enable members to realize their potential by connecting individual achievement with service and lifelong opportunity. Golden Key is the world’s largest honour society and is a mission-focused, values-based and demographics-driven organization.  With 41 years of rich tradition, Golden Key remains committed to scholarship, career development, leadership and community service.

Golden Key South Africa started in 2000 and touched the lives of more than 70,000 South Africans.

Contact information
Dr Savo Heleta
Manager: Internationalisation at Home and Research
Tel: +27415044780