||A Developmental University
||Prof Rob Midgley
|Year of establishment
||N2, Butterworth, 4960, South Africa
||Butterworth, Eastern Cape
||+27 47 401 6000
Walter Sisulu University
Walter Sisulu University (WSU) is a university of technology and science located in Mthatha, East London (Buffalo City), Butterworth and Komani (Queenstown). Eastern Cape, South Africa, which came into existence on 1 July 2005 as a result of a merger between Border Technikon, Eastern Cape Technikon and the University of the Transkei. The university is named after Walter Sisulu, a prominent figure in the struggle against apartheid.
As one of six comprehensive universities in South Africa, WSU is a developmental university, focusing on urban renewal and rural development by responding to the socio-economic needs of community, commerce and industry through science, technology and innovation.
The Walter Sisulu University is a Public university located in Butterworth.
The Walter Sisulu University was founded in 2005.
The current president of Walter Sisulu University is Prof Rob Midgley.