The University of Zimbabwe (UZ) is the largest and oldest university in Zimbabwe. Established in 1952, it is the oldest Higher Education Institution in the country and is one of the most prestigious universities in Africa. The University of Zimbabwe is the leader in research, teaching and learning in the country, and its graduates are highly sought after in the job market.
The University of Zimbabwe will be opening its doors once again for the 2022 intake. For this intake, the university has set up a number of new initiatives, with the aim of giving students the best chance of succeeding in their studies.
The University of Zimbabwe offers a wide range of degree programmes, including medicine, law, economics, engineering, business, science and technology, and more. For the 2022 intake, the university will be introducing a number of new programmes and specialisations, to give students more choice. These include a new Master’s degree in Psychology, a Bachelor’s degree in Energy Management, a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations, and a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism.
The university is also introducing a new online learning platform, which allows students to access lectures and course materials from any device, anytime and anywhere. This will enable students to make the most of their studies, and access the best possible education irrespective of their location.
To help students make the most of their studies, the university is introducing a number of new initiatives, including a Student Success Centre, which will provide academic support and advice to students; a Mentorship Programme, which will pair students with experienced professionals to provide guidance and support; and a range of scholarships and bursaries, to help fund students’ studies.
The University of Zimbabwe is committed to providing an outstanding education to all its students, and is taking steps to ensure that the 2022 intake is the best yet. With its new initiatives, the university is set to make a huge impact on the lives of students and the quality of education in Zimbabwe.