University of Zambia
Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation for Programmes/projects (PM&E)
The University of Zambia – Department of Psychology proudly announces and invites application for short courses in Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation for Programmes/projects (PM&E) from 2nd June to 11th July 2014 in the evening (17:30 – 19:30).
This course is designed for project managers/officers, consultants, medical practitioners, teachers, social scientists and others working with programmes and projects in government, non-governmental and the private sector.Read more...
First Draft Examination Timetable is out..!!!
Our Esteemed Distanced students, kindly download the first Draft Examination Time Tables from this link
Peter Kinver Scholarship
Announcement for the BARRICK GOLD SCHOLARSHIP in honor of Peter J.V. Kinver in Master of Mineral Sciences (MINING ENGINEERING) tennable at the University of Zambia, School of Mines starting in October of academic year 2014/15.Read more...
2014 Academic Year Admissions
The names of those that have been selected to study with us are now out. Click here to go to the downloads
Chancellor calls for more funding
UNZA Chancellor Jacob Mwanza has appealed to government to increase the budgetary allocation to the institution in order for it to mitigate the many challenges it is facing.
Dr Mwanza noted that the current allocation to the institution was not sufficient to ensure smooth operation of the highest learning institution in the country.
He said student accommodation and bursary are among the various challenges the institution was grappling with.
Dr Mwanza further appealed to Government to help UNZA improve its financial position in order to meet its growing financial obligations.
He however praised government for its commitment to the construction of student’s hostels which he said will greatly help in alleviating the accommodation crisis at the institution.
Dr Mwanza was speaking during the 44th graduation ceremony of 5, 964 students at the UNZA Great East Road Campus.
Speaking earlier, UNZA Vice Chancellor Steven Simukanga disclosed that UNZA would next year embark on the construction of a Special Education Learning Center under the School of Education for physically challenged persons.
Prof Simukanga said the learning center would greatly change the lives of physically challenged children as it will have appropriate infrastructure and teaching aids to cater for their requirements.
Prof Simukanga also praised employers for assisting students develop their careers in their work places through the internship programme.