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FASIC SHORT COURSES – June 2019 Intake

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FACULTY OF SCIENCE INNOVATION CENTRE

Enrolment is in progress for the following

FASIC SHORT COURSES – June 2019 Intake

  1. Certificate in Information and Communication Technology (June- September 2019) - Obtain skills necessary to solve real world problems using ICT. Cost: $550

  2. Diamond exploration and identification (June-July 2019) - Obtain the skills of looking for and identifying diamonds. Cost: $400

  3. Geology for non-geologists (June -July 2019) - Get the basics on rocks and minerals. Cost: $400

  4. Financial Mathematics (July-August 2019) - Find out how to improve revenue generation for and the efficiency of your business. Cost: $400

  5. Info-security and Data Management (June-August 2019) - Learn to guard your data and information, both in storage, and in transit. Cost: $500

  6. Mathematics Bridging Course (July-June 2019) - Improve your understanding and knowledge of basic Mathematical tools for success in A-Level Maths and undergraduate studies in Commerce, Engineering & Science. Cost: $550

  7. Quality Control (Statistical Process and Product Control) (June-August 2019) - Obtain the statistical skills to ensure the quality of your products and processes. Cost: $400

  8. Data Management and Analysis Using Epi Info and SPSS (June-August 2019) - Improve your data management and analysis skills. Cost: $350

  9. Data Management and Analysis Using CSPro and SPSS (June-August 2019) - Improve your data management and analysis skills. Cost: $350

  10. Data Management and Analysis Using STATA (June-August 2019) - Improve your data management and analysis skills. Cost: $350

  11. Statistical Modelling and Forecasting (June-August 2019)- Accurately forecast the performance of your organisation. Cost: $400

  12. Aquaculture: principles and practise. Learn how to set up and operate an aquaculture and the key aqua business management concepts (June-August 2019)) Cost: $400

  13. Water Quality Monitoring and Management. Learn about the physio-chemical monitoring, biomonitoring, water pollution mapping and use of water quality data in decision making. (June-August 2019). Cost: $400

  14. Dairy production and processing technology. This is a fundamental course for all dairy value chain players. (10 weekends beginning June 2019) Cost: $550

  15. Modelling for scientists, engineers and researchers: Level 1. A “hand on” introduction to computing, modelling and simulation using FORTRAN as the main language in a UNIX/LINUX environment. This course will prepare students for a wide range of careers in industry, finance and the public sector. (June-August 2019) (March – June 2019). Cost: $550

  16. Cell Phone Technology. Get an introduction to cell phone technology and troubleshooting; general cell phone and smart phone basics and repairs; hardware (functions and related faults of audio, ICs, mic and amp); mother boards for practicals; software (flashing and unlocking). (June-August 2019)). Cost: $550.00

  17. Mobile GIS: Android Application Development: Obtain the basic concepts of developing android GIS applications to help in navigation, sharing, storage and analysis of geospatial data. (June-July 2019). Cost:US$350

  18. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems: Obtain the basic skills for handling geo-spatial data for various application areas. (June-July 2019). Cost: US$350

  19. Mathematical Literacy for Legal Practise. This is a standalone programme that empowers participants with the ability to understand and use numbers in legal reasoning at a level that allows them to apply the acquired skills. (June-August 2019). Cost: $500

 

Contact:

Operations Executive: Ms Rumbidzayi Mlambo or Nyasha Muzariri

FASIC, Faculty of Science

University of Zimbabwe

630 Churchill Road, Mt Pleasant

Harare

 

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Telephone: +263 242 307 130/ +263 772 564 579/ +263 774 455 649

Call for Applications: University of Zimbabwe Law Students Only

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Winter School on Human Rights, 1-12 July 2019, at Great Zimbabwe

University in Masvingo, Zimbabwe and University of Zimbabwe in Harare, Zimbabwe

The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (hereinafter “RWI”), in Lund, Sweden, and its partner universities (Africa University, Ezekiel Guti University, Great Zimbabwe University, Midlands State University and University of Zimbabwe) under the Zimbabwe Human Rights Capacity Development Programme 2019–2021 are launching a call for applications to attend the Winter School on Human Rights, on 1-12 July 2019, at Great Zimbabwe University in Masvingo, Zimbabwe and University of Zimbabwe in Harare, Zimbabwe. Each partner institution will select four students to attend the Winter School. The application deadline is 19 May 2019.

Scope and Content of the Winter School

The Winter School will be taught by professors and lecturers with leading expertise in the field of human rights from the partner universities. The Winter School will impart students with foundational human rights knowledge by way of lectures on, but not limited to, the following topics: 1) the philosophical and historical origins of human rights, 2) international human rights law, 3) the regional human rights system in Africa, 4) selected rights under international human rights law (and their related conventions), and 5) human rights in the Zimbabwean and Swedish contexts. A debate competition will be held at the conclusion of the Winter School. The language of instruction is English.

Eligibility

Current third and fourth year students in the Faculty of Law are eligible to apply. Four students will be selected. RWI promotes equal opportunities and welcomes applications from eligible students regardless of sex/gender, disability, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, or any other status.

Covered Costs

RWI will cover in full all the costs of the Winter School including the costs of travel, accommodation and meals for all students attending the Winter School. Financial support for the Winter School is provided by Swedish Development Cooperation.

Application Procedure

Please e-mail the following documents by 19 May 2019 to the Senior Assistant Registrar (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):

1) up-to date curriculum vitae (CV) name and contact details, education (please provide here, in addition to other details, whether you have taken the Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law and/or Public International Law courses, what semester of the law programme you are enrolled in and attending), work and volunteer experience, other skills, etc., and;

2) motivation letter (400–600 words) – A personal statement explaining your interest in human rights, why you wish to attend the Winter School, and what you hope to achieve through this initiative.

 

An email confirmation that your application has been received will be sent to all applicants. You must include RWI Winter School in the subject line of your email failure to do so may prejudice your chances of selection.

Evaluation of Applications

All applications will be evaluated by a selection committee comprised of Faculty of Law staff having relevant human rights and contextual expertise. The following factors will be taken into consideration when evaluating applications: 1) eligibility, and 2) quality of the curriculum vitae and letter of motivation.

Timeline

  • Application deadline 19 May 2019

  • Notification to applicants of the Selection Committee’s decision: on or before 31 May 2019

- Dates for Winter School: 1-12 July 2019

UZ Scores High at ZITF 2019

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The University of Zimbabwe’s participation at the 2019 edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair ended on a high note following ‘Team UZ’s scooping of two medals at the international show-piece. UZ won a silver medal for scooping the 2nd best overall exhibit in the Education and Training Competition. The 1st prize went to the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, while the National University of Science and Technology clinched 3rd position to win a bronze medal. By coming 2nd after the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, UZ effectively beat all the national and international higher and tertiary education institutions that exhibited at ZITF 2019. Virtually all the country’s universities and colleges participated in the competition, while a few, predominantly from other SADC countries were at the Fair. Not to be outdone, was the University of Zimbabwe’s exhibit on ‘The Soya Bean Research and Development Program’ that also scooped a silver medal in the Food Group competition. The exhibit, developed and fronted by Professor Mpepereki and Mr T. Mbedzi, sought to promote household utilization of soya bean through the development of a wide range of soya bean recipes and products.

The 2019 ZITF ran from 23-27 April 2019 under the theme, ‘Propagating Industrial Growth through Trade and Investment’. The University of Zimbabwe had on show, a portfolio of 14 high-end exhibits that cut across a wide cross section of sectors of the economy including, education, manufacturing, agriculture, health, transport, travel and tourism and construction.

Watch the video coverage of the UZ stand at ZITF 2019 below.

Congratulations, Amhlophe, Makorokoto Team UZ!

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