Unicaf University assists pupils to choose career path
St Ignatius College, Lusaka was the venue for the latest Unicaf University career talk. Presented by Unicaf University Pro Vice Chancellor, Dr Nathan Musonda, the topic of the day was “Life after high school and challenges pupils face when picking a career.”
In front of a packed Assembly Hall, the interactive event created many discussions between final year pupils and faculty. Dr Musonda’s presentation included an introduction to the Unicaf University degree programme as well as the generous scholarships offered to students.
This was followed by a lively dialogue and a question and answer session on what young people need to know when deciding on a career path. Many suggestions were put forward by the students in terms of exploring all the options available to them and what is required with regards to skills and qualifications.
These career talks are part of Unicaf University’s commitment and ongoing high school engagement campaign with its emphasis on further and higher education.
About St Ignatius College
The school’s purpose is to serve the young women and men of Zambia and the nearby countries from every ethnic and socio-economic background and a broad spectrum of academic achievement. The school’s mission is to mould leaders who are emotionally intelligent, environmentally conscious, spiritually reflective, and engaged in academic rigor by investing in learning and teaching.
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