Unicaf University Zimbabwe receives provisional university licence from the Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education (ZIMCHE)
The Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education (ZIMCHE) has awarded provisional university licence to Unicaf University Zimbabwe, paving the way for the University to operate a university campus in the country.
As NewsDay reported, highlighting the impact of this development, Vice-Chancellor Professor Cuthbert Katsvanga said at the press conference held to announce the news: “We had to bring Unicaf University to Zimbabwe because of its uniqueness in terms of delivery. Online education is the in-thing and the future of education”. He also noted, as mentioned on NewZiana, “The programmes that we have on offer at the moment are eight Bachelor degrees, seventeen Master’s degrees and three Doctorates, which we have submitted to ZIMCHE for accreditation”.
Unicaf University is a pan-African independent, recognised university, combining the best elements of international education, offering high-quality qualifications. With three campuses, in Malawi, Zambia and now also in Zimbabwe, as well as 9 learning centres in Africa, Unicaf University is becoming the go-to institution for African learners seeking unique, innovative and technologically advanced learning systems.
Present at the press conference were also Business Development & Marketing Manager of Unicaf University Zimbabwe Diana Mwarazi and Unicaf International Marketing Manager Ria Argyrides, who had travelled to Harare from the organisation’s Headquarters in Cyprus. “Online learning is an efficient way to impart new knowledge, skills and qualifications nowadays, especially for working professionals”, she said, adding: “The Unicaf VLE enables access to study materials 24/7, regular contact with tutors, fellow students and professionals in many different countries, and access to extensive e-libraries. Our students can study in their own free time and from anywhere in the world, provided they have access to the Internet”.
Unicaf University is offering a total of 28 degree programmes, in addition to professional development short courses. You can apply to the University and to the Unicaf Scholarship Programme by completing the form at https://unicafuniversity.com/