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    AUGUST 2018 Intake 2 Accepted Students

    The University of Zimbabwe wishes to advise applicants for August 2018 intake that they have been offered. Offer letters are available for collection at the University Admissions Office, Mt Pleasant and can be collected before or after the payment of fees.

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    University of Zimbabwe Conquers Africa

    The Vice Chancellor, Professor L.M. Nyagura is proud to announce that the University of Zimbabwe Faculty of Law Moot team won the All Africa International Humanitarian Law Moot Court Competition in Arusha, Tanzania on Saturday, 25th November 2017.

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    Strong Foundation

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    Discover. Learn. Become.

    At the University of Zimbabwe, we encourage academic curiosity and spur our students to discover

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UZ | University of Zimbabwe

First-Year Orientation will take place twice in our calender year. First-year students go through variouse sessions over a weeks period. Attending a session provides you with the opportunity to meet other incoming freshman, register for classes, learn about your new UZ community and receive your UZ student ID card.

Your specific orientation session is based on when advisors from your academic department are present to assist you with registration.

If you change your major, you must log back in to Hokie SPA and sign up for a new session to ensure you are attending the correct orientation session.

If you have any questions, contact Student Affairs.

We look forward to meeting you!

 

Overview

The University of Zimbabwe has an assessment framework which is based on internationally accepted principles and that recognizes assessment as an integrated and essential part of teaching and learning. The Examinations Office is ultimately responsible for the administration of the examination process, publication of results and processing degree certificates for graduating students.

The Examinations Office is actively involved in ensuring compliance in terms of the Assessment framework and regulations pertaining to examinations management. It ensures the credibility and fairness of examinations.

Examination Timetable

Timetables are published at least six weeks before the beginning of the examinations. Candidates are urged to familiarise with the timetable and report any clashes or any other related queries to their Departments and the Examinations Office. These should be reported within a week after the publishing of the draft timetable.

Examinations are not held during weekends and public holiday’s .In exceptional cases, where there is need to have examinations during weekends and holidays that fall within the examination period, the prior consent of the candidates is always sought.

Examination venues

The following are normally used as examination venues:

  • Great Hall
  • New Lecture
  • Theatre 400 foyer
  • Llewelin hall
  • Humanities lecture theatre
  • Beit Hall

Other venues include departmental specialist rooms e.g. laboratories or workshops as well as rooms in faculties declared appropriate for examinations purposes.

Examination Times

The University has two examination sessions at the end of each semester that is May/June and November/December.

Examination guidance

In order to be admitted into an end of year semester examination, candidates should have;

- paid and cleared all fees,

- Satisfied course-work requirements as provided for by different faculty regulations.

Sitting Examination

  • Candidates should arrive at least fifteen minutes before the start of the examination,
  • Candidates to read carefully the instructions on the examination paper,
  • Complete the question numbers you have answered on the front page of the script/examination booklet,
  • Indicate your candidate details on the front cover of the script/booklet. Cheating is not tolerated, and those caught cheating are subjected to Disciplinary procedures. Candidates are advised to prepare for examinations and never to try cheating. The consequences of cheating in examinations are too nasty to contemplate.

Candidates may not

  • Be allowed to sit for an examination without a valid student Identity Card,
  • Be admitted into an examination venue if they are 30 minutes late for the examination,
  • Leave the examination room within the first 30 minutes or the last 10 minutes,
  • Communicate with any person during the examination,
  • Leave the examination room unless under escort.

Candidates with Disability

Candidates with disabilities use the Disability Resource Centre Venue for writing examinations. The Disability Resource Centre provides candidates with the necessary assistance.

Publication of Results

The end of semester examination approved results is normally published within six weeks after the date of the last examination. Individual result slips can be collected from the Examinations Office or downloaded from profiles.uz.ac.zw. Results for candidates owing tuition fees are suppressed.

Download Exams office clearance form

Supplementary Examinations

Where supplementary examinations are provided for in the degree programme regulations, candidates are notified of the examinations dates by their teaching departments. Candidates writing supplementary examinations pay US$50 for each examination. Candidates should get more information from their departments.

Examinations Appeal

Should a candidate have reasonable basis for appealing against the decisions reached by the Examiners, the candidate should complete and submit the application for remarking form to the Deputy Registrar Academic. This should be within twenty-one working days after the publication of results. The written application should be accompanied by evidence of payment of US$20 which is the required fee.

Missing Examinations

Candidates are not expected to miss examinations but in the unlikely event that they miss examinations due to a number of unseen circumstances, they are required to write their departmental chairperson(s) and to attach all the relevant documentation. The Department’s Examination Board considers the issues at stake and recommends to the Academic Committee. The candidate is informed and appraised on whatever decision would have been reached at the time of the publication of results.

For exceptional circumstances refer to General Academic Regulations Schedule .

Re-marking is final even if it is lower than the original mark.

Contact Details

Physical location of the examinations office

Ground floor

Main Administration Building

Or

Contact the following:

Mr J. Lieto

Examinations Officer

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Mrs G. Sithole

Office and Information Manager  

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As custodian of academic records we are mandated to validate/verify records for a fee of US$50.00. You can either pay cash at our Cash office at University of Zimbabwe or you remit US$50 into the University of Zimbabwe Account using the following information:

Name of Bank:                      Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe Ltd.

Branch :                               Ngo Centre

Branch Code :                      2157

Account Number:                6724055

Swift Code BARCZWHX

Name of Account:           UZ Specific Funds

The ceremony is held annually, usually in September/October. Each year, the University of Zimbabwe confers over 2500 students with internationally recognized First Degrees, Masters and Doctoral qualifications. Graduation is the culmination of 2 to 5 years of hard work and is certainly the high point of a student’s life.

The ceremony is officiated by the Chancellor of University of Zimbabwe, His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe.

After qualifying for graduation, each graduate is issued with a University of Zimbabwe degree certificate and transcript. Graduands are required to clear all outstanding fees and pay a graduation fee of US$75.00 which covers the following:

-academic regalia and,

- transcript and certificate issued on graduation day

Relevant Information i.e date, time and venue are availed to graduands on the university website.

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