The University of Zambia is calling for articles to be published in the Journal of Lexicography and Terminology.

UNZA Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Luke E. Mumba, who was represented by Dean of Student Affairs, Mr Langstone Zgambo (above), announced the new health-based degree programmes at the Induction Ceremony in Lusaka.

The University of Zambia (UNZA) has introduced new health-based degree programmes at its Ridgeway campus in Lusaka in its efforts to meet emerging health issues and adequately equip its students. UNZA Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Luke Evuta Mumba, revealed this during the Induction Ceremony held on Friday, 15th September 2017 at the Ridgeway campus in Lusaka.

 

Part of the graduating students taking their oath during the Induction Ceremony held on Friday, 15th September 2017 at UNZA's Ridgeway campus in Lusaka.

The University of Zambia (UNZA) has produced 468 graduates who were pursuing various health-based degree programmes from its Ridgeway campus who have already been handed over to Government for deployment in different health institutions across the country in 2017. This was revealed by UNZA Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba, who was represented by Dean of Students, Mr. Langstone Zgambo, at the Induction Ceremony held on Friday, 15th September 2017 in Lusaka.

The Directorate of Research and Graduate Studies would like to announce that the following applicants have been admitted to pursue their various postgraduate degree programmes for the 2017 Academic year at the University of Zambia.

The 2017 admission letters for all successful applicants are ready and can be collected from the following UNZA offices. 

 

The Directorate of Research and Graduate Studies would like to announce that the following applicants have been admitted to pursue their various postgraduate degree programmes for the 2017 Academic year at the University of Zambia: Click this link.