Unicaf University organises career talk at Banani International School, Lusaka

Year 10 and 11 pupils from Banani International School in Chisamba, just outside Lusaka, were paid a visit by Unicaf University for an interactive career talk. The career talk is part of Unicaf University’s ongoing high school engagement campaign with its emphasis on further and higher education. 

Unicaf University Marketing Manager, Ms Rachael Mwale, introduced the degree programmes on offer and discussed the generous scholarship programme to the assembled students. Additionally, Ms Mwale spoke about the significance of balancing a full-time career with family life.

Meanwhile, Unicaf University Marketing Officer, Mr Chipo Mabuti emphasised the importance of choosing an internationally recognised university. He stressed the fact that Unicaf University combines the best elements of online learning through the offering of high-quality academic qualifications.

The interactive event was followed by a question and answer session where the pupils were encouraged to take part. There was a lot of interest expressed and questions regarding the scholarship programme with specifics on how to apply.

About Banani International School

Banani International School aims to provide a high standard of education for girls of diverse ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. The school strives to create a positive, dynamic and clean environment within which students can develop their potential in the areas of academic knowledge, practical skills, physical fitness, and moral responsibility. 

About Unicaf University

Unicaf University offers Bachelor, Master’s, and Doctoral degrees in a wide range of subjects through its campus network. Students have the opportunity to earn high-quality qualifications at a low cost through exclusively online delivery or with the option of on-campus study. The university combines traditional face-to-face complimentary tutorials with the active use of digital learning tools through an innovative blended learning approach.

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