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Fees and Finance

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Academic Calendar

View the WUA Academic Calendar for the year 2020.

5597 Students

WUA Boasts of a 5597 student enrolment

85% Women

Addressing gender disparity in university education

15% Men Enrolment

WUA enrolls 15% Men in all programmes

10 481 Graduates

WUA has capped 10 481 graduates to date
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Alumni

BE PART OF OUR ALUMNI NETWORK

WUA cherishes its bond with its alumni and strives to create links between them throughout the community, locally and globally.Your shared experiences and memories of studying on our notable yet prestigious campus, make for a very strong alumni network. This network continues to grow and has made significant influence not only in Zimbabwe but in all corners of the world.
 
MISSION & VISION
To be a contemporary Alumni Association that nurtures positive interactions in order to yield progressive benefits to its members, to WUA, to industry and to society...

Vision, Mission, Values

Vision
The Women’s University in Africa seeks to be the best African university in the promotion of gender equity and equal opportunities in tertiary education.

Mission
To provide quality tuition, research and service to the community to empower students, particularly women, for leadership and developmental roles.

Core Values
Honesty - Integrity - Professionalism - Accountability - Teamwork

Transformational Statements

Destiny
To escalate the integrity of gender sensitive tertiary education
 
Cause
To ignite gender responsive professionalism
 
Calling
To galvanise passion for accountability and teamwork
 
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From the Vice Chancellor's Desk

It is with excitement and great anticipation that I take the button stick of driving the mammoth task of championing the gender agenda in Africa at and through Women’s University in Africa from the co-founder and founding Vice Chancellor Professor Hope Cynthia Sadza.  My passion has always been to see a transformation of social and gender norms promoting gender inequality through first of all a transformation of the institutions that act as gatekeepers to these norms, for which education plays a pivotal role. Africa’s gender parity stands at...
 

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