Renowned for its good education system, the nation of Zimbabwe has often been at the forefront of producing excellent quality scholars.
Universities in Zimbabwe are continuing on this trajectory by continuing to invest in its students in order to support the development of the some of the country’s most intelligent individuals.
Tell me more about Universities in Zimbabwe:
Reformed Church University:
Formed in 2010, this institution offers courses in Agriculture, Theology, Commerce and the Arts.
Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University:
Formed in 2012, this is a private Christian-based institution located in Bindura. It was named after Professor Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti and offers courses in Economics, law and humanities.
Catholic University of Zimbabwe:
Situated in Bulawayo, this institution offers courses in Education, Agriculture, Business and Theology.
Based in Bulawayo, students at this institution are able to pursue studies in Education, agriculture, business and theology.
Women’s University in Africa:
A private institution, it was co- founded by Dr Fay King Chung and Professor Hope Cynthia Sadza.
Lupane Open University:
As an e-learning efficient institution, Lupane’s students have convenient access to studies in the agriculture, commerce and humanities fields.
Zimbabwe Open University:
Founded in 1999, this institution has seven faculties, including:
- Science and Technology
Influenced by the growth and expansion of United Methodism in Africa, this institution continues to contribute towards the development of higher education in Zimbabwe.
It was founded by the United Methodist Church (UMC).
Harare Institute of Technology:
Established in 1988 as a vocational training centre, this institute offered engineering, science, business and information science courses.
More Universities in Zimbabwe include the likes of:
- Great Zimbabwe University
- Bindura University of Science Education
- National University of Science and Technology
- Chinhoyi University of Technology
- Midlands State University
- University of Zimbabwe