Category: Zambian universities

University of Zambia

The University of Zambia ( English : University of Zambia ) is Zambia ‘s oldest public university and, together with the Copperbelt University ( Kitwe ) and Mulungushi University ( Kabwe ), one of only three universities under state control. The country has five private universities with a sixth, Catholic posed in the offing. [1] History Early in the fifties, the establishment of a university in the then Northern Rhodesia…

Mulungushi University

Mulungushi University ( English : Mulungushi University ) in the Zambian mining town of Kabwe was established in January 2008 as the country’s third public university in addition to the University of Zambia in Lusaka and the Copperbelt University in Kitwe . The country also has at least five private universities, with a sixth, Catholic university that has been in the pipeline in 2009. Although only a thousand students registered…

Copperbelt University

The Copperbelt University ( English : Copperbelt University , CBU) is one of three public universities in Zambia [1] and in 1987 seceded from the University of Zambia (Unza), which it was a satellite campus since 1978. The institution in Ndola arise, but after the campus of the Zambia Institute of Technology in Kitwe have secured, there moved the institution. The university has four faculties, which he inherited two at…







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