NUST To Assist A Botswana University In Introducing Some Programmes

The National University of Science and Technology (NUST) has pledged to assist a Botswana University in establishing 11 postgraduate programmes.

NUST’s director of communication and marketing Mr. Felix Moyo revealed in an interview that BAI SAGO university intends to introduce NUST programmes in the Faculties of Applied Science, Communication and Information Science, Faculty of Commerce and Faculty of Built Environment by 2020.

Moyo said:

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BAI SAGO University expressed interest in the following post graduate programmes, Executive Masters of Business Administration, MBA – Public Management, MSc Risk Management and Insurance, MSc Financial Engineering, Masters of Science in Applied Mathematics Modelling and Masters of Science in Operations Research and Statistics.

He also said the Botswana university also expressed interest in introducing Masters in Science in Eco-Tourism and Biodiversity Conservation, MSc in Environmental Health, MSc in Construction and Project Management and MSc in Records and Archives Management.

He also revealed that BAI SAGO University suggested the establishment of a policy framework which enables NUST lecturers to be guest lecturers at the Botswana University. Mr. Moyo said NUST will also benefit from the transfer of knowledge and technology in its co-operation with the neighboring country’s higher and tertiary institution.

NUST signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with BAI SAGO University in 2016 on matters of institutional growth through sharing of knowledge and skills.


More: The Chronicle


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