10 PhD Scholarships in the field of Fish Diseases
The School of Veterinary Medicine is pleased to announce a call for applications for 10 PhD scholarships within the field of fish diseases and health of aquatic environment. The aim of the scholarships is to support higher education and training of local scholars working in research and academic positions. Selected PhD candidates will register as full time students at the Norwegian Universty of Life Sciences (NMBU) in Norway where they will undertake courses and specialized laboratory work and will undertake field studies in their respective countries.Read more...
The School of Engineering is offering postgraduate programmes for 2014. The programmes are designed to build the intellectual and technical capacity of graduates so they can critically engage in and find creative solutions for the challenges of transformation at all levels of social and public life in Zambia. The conceptual and practical training is designed to prepare students for leadership in research, policy and decision-making and equip them for a wide range of professional and academic career paths in and beyond Zambia. for more detail check this link
Workshop On Research Methodology In Social Sciences For Masters And Phd Students. Check details here
Devise Policy on sponsorship - Simukanga
UNZA vice-chancellor Professor Stephen Simukanga says the government should devise a deliberate policy in providing students sponsorship to help address low staffing levels in the mining sector.
And mines minister Christopher Yaluma has pledged more financial assistance to the School of Mines to boost the provision of quality mining graduates into the sector.
UNZA Jilin seal Pact
The University of Zambia and Jilin University of China have unveiled a plaque for the construction of the geological research centre at the School of Mines. plaque was held yesterday 23rd April at the school of Mines.
Speaking at the ceremony, the UNZA Vice-Chancellor Prof. Stephen Simukanga said the unveiling of the geological research centre signaled a giant step to build what would be a regional and continental hub for public and strategic geological investigation, research and training.