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    Employers rates Zimbabwean universities by quality of graduates

    By Mutsa Makuvaza EMPLOYERS and various organizations in Zimbabwe have ranked the country’s universities according to the quality of graduates they produce in different categories such as commercial degrees, science and engineering degrees, and social work programmes, among others. In what is a first for Zimbabwe, such employer’s perspective helps students who are looking to enrol for a degree programme…

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    3 Zimbabwean universities ranked in latest Africa’s top 100

    GLOBALLY acclaimed university ranking website uniRank has said only three Zimbabwean Universities have qualified to be in the 2020 Top 100 African universities list.  These are, the Univesrity of Zimbabwe (UZ), Midlands State University (MSU) and the Africa University (AU). Below is the uniRank selection criteria: being chartered, licensed and/or accredited by the appropriate higher education-related organization in each countryoffering at least four-year…

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    Stanbic Bank offers five scholarships

    FIVE Africa University first year students were last week awarded scholarships under the Stanbic-Africa University scholarship programme. Natasha Masenyama, Nyasha Matswayi, Lindiwe Sibanda, Michelle Murwisi and Fortune Masawi also received laptops. The five were identified through a national selection process that was done by a six-member selection committee comprised of AU and Stanbic Bank representatives. The five recipients were drawn…

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