Staff and students from around the world
The Southern African Wildlife College works with conservation professionals, local communities, governments, and other educational institutions, and has trained close to 15 000 people from 26 countries in Africa, while hosting university and graduate students from around the world.
Read more about the College’s Alumni and Community of Stewardship here.
Our dynamic lecturers are experienced, motivated and flexible. We also contract in expert instructors to present specific modules. This ensures that our training is as practical and current as possible and addresses real and emerging conservation needs.
Instructors focus on competency-based teaching, which means improved performance when students bring these skills back to the workplace.
An ideal place to learn and practice
Located in the Greater Kruger National Park in Limpopo, South Africa, the campus is one of a kind. It is perfectly situated to expose students to the issues, conditions, and environments they will face in reserves, parks, and protected areas throughout Africa and beyond. With training facilities, lecture rooms, and comfortable accommodation, students’ needs are catered for by a warm and dedicated team and an active student representative body.