Confucius Institute Aims For Growth
UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba, presents a gift to Confucius Institute Chief Execuive and Director General of Hanban, Dr Xu Lin, at the Confucius Institute Headquarters in Beijing, China.
Director General of Hanban and Chief Executive of the Confucius Institute Dr. Xu Li Madam Xu Lin announced that UNZA and the Confucius Institute would soon go beyond language training to promoting Sino-Zambia research, vocational and technical training and set up of a language and Arts Library.
Government Urges UNZA to Partner with China’s Corporate Sector
UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba with H.E. Winnie N. Chibesakunda at Zambian Embassy in Beijing, China.
Zambia’s Ambassador to China Her Excellency Winnie N. Chibesakunda has urged the University of Zambia (UNZA) to create critical partnerships with China's corporate sector. Ambassador Chibesakunda said this during the discussions with UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke Evuta Mumba, at the Zambian Embassy in Beijing, China on Monday 10 October 2016.
The two leaders explored joint initiatives to secure Chinese corporate partners to invest in a number of University-wide projects. Further to this meeting, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Mumba also expressed UNZA interest in establishing national support office to provide first line due diligence to persons seeking to study in China.
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School of Medicine Induction Ceremony: UNZA Breaks Own Records
UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba addresses graduating medical and health students (not in picture) during the induction ceremony at the Ridgeway campus with Dean of School of Medicine, Fastone Goma (middle).
University of Zambia (UNZA) Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Luke E. Mumba, reveals that the institution of higher learning has broken its long held record of graduating below a 100 mark of medical doctors and nurses since inception of the School of Medicine in 1970. Prof. Mumba said this during the induction ceremony of graduating School of Medicine students on Friday, 2 September 2016 at the Ridgeway campus.
‘Guest of Honour, we are extremely excited to graduate and present to you more than 100, to be specific, 117 graduating doctors for the first time in the history of the University,” Prof. Mumba said.
UNZA Splits School of Medicine Into Four Schools
UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke E. Mumba, appeals to Ministry of Health PS representative, Dr Denis Mulenga (left) for continued support during the induction ceremony of graduating medical and health students at Ridgeway campus while Dean of School of Medicine, Dr Fastone Goma (right) listens to the speech.
The University of Zambia (UNZA) has spilt its School of Medicine in order to create four stand-alone schools in a bid to increase efficiency and create more training space for health professionals. This was disclosed by UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke E. Mumba, during the induction ceremony of graduating medical and health students at the Ridgeway campus on Friday, 2nd September 2016.