UNICAF University has been granted a provisional licence to operate in Zimbabwe with the process to open doors to prospective students to enroll in 28 undergraduate programmes now hinged on the Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education (ZIMCHE) accreditation process currently underway.
Addressing a press conference in the capital today, UNICAF Zimbabwe Vice Chancellor, Professor Cuthbert Katsvanga said the university embraces a virtual learning environment hence flexible for most working people.
“With UNICAF you access everything that you need on your portal meaning you can download anything that you need and study offline making it flexible for most people,” Katsvanga.
He added that they have applied the first 28 programs to be accredited by the before accepting students applications.
Unicaf University offers fully online programmes as well as programmes offered through on-campus learning at one of its campuses and learning centres.
According to the University website, on-campus learning students have full, 24/7 access to digital libraries and study material, plus the added benefits of face-to-face teaching sessions, attendance of public lectures and professional presentations, as well as participation in a host of social activities.