Haramaya University Postgraduate Announcement
Haramaya University has made a public announcement for prospective postgraduate students. The university is offering students from all over the world the opportunity to join their postgraduate programs.
Haramaya University is one of the oldest universities in Ethiopia, having been established in 1954. It is a public institution that is recognized as a leader in higher education in the country. The university has campuses in both Harar and Dire Dawa and offers courses in a variety of fields, including agriculture, business, engineering, health sciences, humanities, and law.
The university’s postgraduate program will give students the opportunity to pursue advanced studies in any field of their choosing. The program is open to both Ethiopian and international students, and those from other countries must have a valid passport and be able to prove satisfactory academic performance in their previous studies.
The university offers postgraduate programs in a variety of disciplines, including management, economics, public policy, and environmental science. Students can also pursue postgraduate studies in medicine and pharmacy.
In addition to its postgraduate program, the university also offers a variety of other services. Students can access resources such as libraries and laboratories, as well as other facilities, including sports and recreational centers. There are also a variety of student clubs and organizations that students can join.
The university is committed to providing its students with a quality education and the support they need to succeed. To this end, the university has a number of initiatives in place, such as a student counseling center and a career advice center.
Haramaya University is dedicated to providing students with a quality education and the support they need to succeed. The university’s postgraduate program offers students the opportunity to pursue advanced studies in any field of their choosing. Students interested in applying for the program should contact the university for more information.