INFORMATION PLATFORM FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS
Remarks by the Vice Chancellor – Professor HellicyC. Ng’ambi (PhD)
You are warmly welcome to the Mulungushi University page and may I hasten to thank you for finding time to read through this page. At this juncture, allow me to inform you that Mulungushi University is the third public university in Zambia which came onto the Zambian higher education scene in 2008. Since then, it has grown in leaps and bounds and it is today recognized as one of the famous Universities both home and abroad.
As Mulungushi University, we pride ourselves in our RARE (Responsible, Accountable, Relevant, Ethical) value system which makes us indeed a RARE university. Arising from this unique RARE value system, we put high premium in producing graduates of high moral standing; that value humanity and that has respect for public resources, that is corrupt-free, and that is morally upright. And in order to inculcate these attributes into our students, we have a signature course that is mandatory to all our students as they enter their first year called “Sustainable Behaviour in Society”
Dear prospective students and sponsors, may I disclose to you that due to our industry-tailored programmes, graduates of Mulungushi University are the most sought by industry. This will be the case even for you if you chose to study with us.
Other reasons why you should study with us are as follows:
- We have a wells stocked Library
- We offer furnished hostels
- We have a serene environment conducive for learning and teaching away from the hustle and bustle of town
- We have highly qualified and experience academic and administrative staff to attend to all your needs and queries.
To buttress it up, Zambia is a very peaceful and friendly country and Mulungushi University will make you feel home away from home.
I personally had opportunities to study both in Zambia and at international universities.I remember my own days studying abroad when I was a graduate student. I am still grateful for the opportunity to
have spent time living in another country, rather than merely passing through as a visitor. I not only learned a great deal about other cultures, but I also learned a lot about myself and about my abilities. Congratulations for choosing to push yourself in pursuit of that kind of experience. I therefore, wish you the best as you go through our website and try to pick the programme of your choice. Please, do so!
Where is Zambia?
Zambiais a land-linked country in South-CentralAfrica , neighbouring the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Tanzania to the north-east, Malawi to the east, Mozambique to the south-east, Zimbabwe and Botswana to the south, Namibia to the south-west, and Angola to the west. The capital city of Zambia is Lusaka, located in the south-central part of Zambia. The population of Zambia is concentrated mainly around Lusaka and the Copperbelt Province to the north-west.
Zambia lies between 8 and 18° S, and 22 and 34°E.
Zambia is 752,614 square kilometres (290,586 square miles) in size. The population as at January, 2019 stood at17, 894,354million.
Zambia sits mostly on a plateau with an average height of between 1000m and 1,360m above sea level. The higher points are the Mafinga Hills which are located by the border with Malawi in the east. Otherwise, Zambia is mostly flat with the occasional hills.
Zambia has more than seventy-three (73) languages. English is the official language of Zambia. Other main languages are Bemba, Nyanja, Tonga, Lozi, Lunda, Kaonde, Tumbuka, and Luvale.
Mulungushi University (MU) comprises three (3) campuses; the Great North Road Campus located 26 kilometers North of Kabwe, on the banks of Mulungushi River; the Kabwe Town Campus located along Mubanga Road, off Munkoyo Street in the heart of Kabwe town and the School of Medicine and Health Sciences hosted by Livingstone Teaching Hospital in Livingstone.
What importance does the University place on international students?
Mulungushi University is proud to be a university that is open to the world and for that reason, we always do our best to ensure that you have the best academic and personal experience of your life! And, of course, you will have the opportunity to experience the famous Zambian hospitality with the help of your fellow students and lecturers, and also with the help of a city and its people that will make you feel at home.
Do International Students pay the same tuition fees as the other students?
Yes, International students pay the same fees as Zambian students, the only difference is the application fee which is K150 for Zambian students and $50 for International students.