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UZ APPOINTS NEW DEANS

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The Chairman of the University of Zimbabwe Council, Dr Anxious Jongwe Masuka is pleased to announce the re-appointment of Professor Charity Manyeruke and Dr Hodson Makurira as Executive Deans of the Faculties of Social Studies and Engineering respectively, while Dr Elijah Nyakudya has been appointed the new Executive Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture. The appointments are with effect from 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2022.

 

Professor Manyeruke was first appointed Executive Dean of the Faculty of Social Studies for a four year term ending 31 December 2018, while Dr Makurira’s first appointment to the Executive Deanship of the Faculty of Engineering took effect from 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2018. Dr Nyakudya, the new Dean of Agriculture succeeds Professor Charles Mutisi who served as Executive Dean of Agriculture for the past 16 years.

 

The appointments bring a wealth of experience in higher education administration and management to the University of Zimbabwe. The University of Zimbabwe Council, the Acting Vice Chancellor, Professor Paul Mapfumo and indeed the University of Zimbabwe community, wish Professor Manyeruke, Dr Makurira and Dr Nyakudya great success in their academic leadership roles.

 

Congratulations! Amhlophe! Makorokoto!

UZ Fees Policy

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UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE : FEES POLICY (effective from 1 January 2019)
1.First Year Undergraduate Students Fees
i. First year students should pay a non-refundable deposit of $200.00 as a commitment fee and confirmation of acceptance of the offer.
ii. Offer letters will be issued by the end of March each academic year. The non-refundable deposit should be credited to the student’s account and shall be added to the student’s first semester fees upon registration.
iii. Students are given three months up to the end of June to pay the non-refundable deposit. After the payment of the deposit , the student can have the option to clear their fees at once or follow a University approved payment plan.
iv. First year students who would not have paid the non-refundable deposit and completed the registration exercise in time will forfeit their places to applicants on the waiting list.
v. The University does not reserve places for first year students who are not registered within the 3 months allowable period.
2. Diploma and Taught Masters Programmes
i. A student offered a place to study should pay at least 60% of the total fees due in order to register.
ii. The balance of 40% must be cleared at least 2 weeks before commencement of examinations.
3. Fees for All Returning Students
i. Returning students should pay 60% of their fees by the fourth (4th) week of each semester to complete the registration process.
ii. The balance of 40% must be cleared at least two weeks before commencement of examinations.
iii. All students are expected to have completed registration by the 4th week of semester as this is critical for the functioning of the University academic administration business.
iv. All students requiring financial assistance should contact the Dean of Student’s Office for advise on available funding options.
NB: MPhil/DPhil students should refer to the Postgraduate Centre.

UZ OFFICIATES AT 2ND SARPCCO GRADUATION CEREMONY

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The University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof Paul Mapfumo handed over Diplomas in Strategic Management and Leadership to 27 Graduands at Southern African Regional Police Chiefs Cooperation Organization (SARPCCO) Centre of Excellence in Harare on Thursday 29 November 2018.


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From Left to Right: SARPCCO Chairperson and Inspector General of Police, Zambia Police Service, Mr Kakoma Kanganja, The Commissioner General of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), Comrade Tandabantu Godwin Matanga, The Interim Principal, Senior Assistant Commissioner Wonder Tembo and UZ Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof Paul Mapfumo singing the National Anthem of Zimbabwe.

The graduands were drawn from Namibia, Malawi, The Kingdom of eSwatini, South Africa and Zimbabwe. The SARPCCO Chairperson and Inspector General of Police, Zambia Police Service, Mr Kakoma Kanganja was the Guest of Honour at the event. The Commissioner General of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), Comrade Tandabantu Godwin Matanga was also amongst the dignitaries at the ceremony.

 
 

UZ Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof Paul Mapfumo presenting the Diploma to Senior Assistant Commissioner of the Royal ESwaini Police Service, Mrs Wendy Velephi, while ZRP Commissioner General, Comrade Tandabantu Godwin Matanga looks on.

 

Read the Vice Chancellor's Speech here

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