Southern Africa Region
Lupane State University
Lupane State University was established in 2005 in Lupane, Zimbabwe, and features faculties for Agricultural Science, Commerce, Humanities and Social Science, and Engineering and Applied Sciences.
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Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences
The College was established under legal authority granted by a provision in the University of Malawi Act of 1965; the College is now governed by the University of Malawi Amendment Act of 1998.
To be a centre of excellence in the provision of scientific and technological education and training for sustainable development.
To advance knowledge and professional competencies in science, technology, commerce and communication through excellence in demand-driven education, research, consultancy and outreach.
The College has adopted a set of values that are shared among all staff and students and thereby offer them some guidance as they fulfil their respective responsibilities. These values are expected to drive Polytechnic’s culture and priorities. The core values are:
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Mulungushi University is one of the public universities of Zambia, and was turned into a university by the Zambian Government in a public-private partnership with Konkola Copper Mines in 2008. The university consists of three campuses: the Main Campus, or Great North Road Campus, located 26 kilometers North of Kabwe on the banks of the Mulungushi River; the Town Campus, located near the center of Kabwe town; and the Livingstone Campus, which is home to the medical school. The university provides Bachelor’s degrees and Master’s degrees for full-time and distance education. In 2009, more than 500 distance education students enrolled. They were mainly former diploma students of the National College for Management and Development Studies.
Mulungushi University boasts seven schools, with degrees in 118 programs. The seven schools are as follows:
- School of Agriculture and Natural Resources
- School of Social Science
- School of Business Science
- School of Engineering and Technology
- School of Natural and Applied Science
- School of Education
- School of Medicine and Health Sciences
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National University of Lesotho
The National University of Lesotho (NUL), the main and oldest university in Lesotho, is located in Roma, 34 km southeast of Lesotho’s capital, Maseru. The Roma valley is broad and is surrounded by a barrier of rugged mountains which provides magnificent scenery. The university enjoys a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. The governing body of the university is the council and academic policy is in the hands of Senate, both Council and Senate being established by the Act.
NUL is home to the following faculties:
- Health Sciences
- Science and Technology
- Social Sciences
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University of Zimbabwe
The University of Zimbabwe is a publuc university in Harare, Zimbabwe, and was initially founded in 1952, through affiliations with the University of London. The university is home to roughly 18,000 undergraduate students, 3,000 postgraduate students, 140 professors, 550 lecturers, and 155 teaching and research assistants. The University of Zimbabwe boasts 11 faculties, as follows:
- Agriculture Environment and Food Systems
- Arts and Humanities
- Business Management Sciences and Economics
- Computer Engineering Informatics and Communications
- Engineering and Built Environment
- Social and Behavioural Sciences
- Veterinary Sciences
- Medicine and Health Sciences
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