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Zou Annual Vc’s Games New Dates Set

The Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) annual Vice Chancellors games which were initially scheduled for August 23 to 27 have since been moved forward to August 30 to September 3 to pave way to the National Youth Games that are set to be happening in the same week in Hwange.Centre for Student Management Director Professor David Chakuchichi confirmed the latest development.

ZOU takes part in national clean-up campaign

The Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) joined the entire nation in the National Clean up Campaign launched by the Office of the President in the capital Harare, on August 3 2017.

Despite the invitation coming on short notice, the institution, through the Harare/Chitungwiza Regional Campus, managed to attend the event with a delegation of close to 50 students and staff members who joined thousands of other members from different departments in the capital.

 

Intensive Weekend Summer School August 2017 Intake

You Spoke….We Listened! You want more intensive teaching and hence more hours to interact with your Professors.  Zimbabwe Open University, your responsive and flexible University is delighted to announce the introduction of an Intensive Summer School.  The Intensive Summer School would be in the form of weekend lectures or one-week block sessions.  Initially, the Intensive Summer School will be conducted at the following Regional Campuses.  Harare-Chitungwiza, Bulawayo, Midlands, Manicaland and Masvingo.

ZOU Introduces Staggered Fees Payment Plan

Please be advised that, the Zimbabwe Open University has come up with a Staggered fees payment plan so as to improve the management of student’s debt and registration. Students can now register all the required maximum courses per semester upon payment of an initial deposit of 50% of the Total fees inclusive of SRC, bus levy and caution fee plus $25 administration fee.

Under the proposed plan students are required, on registration at the Regional Campus, to complete the staggered fees payment application form and an acknowledgement of debt form.

Notice of the Appointment of Professor Alfred Champion Ncube as the Acting Vice Chancellor of the Zimbabwe Open University

The Zimbabwe Open University is pleased to announce that His Excellency, Cde. R. G. Mugabe, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and Chancellor of the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) has appointed Professor Alfred Champion Ncube, as the Acting Vice Chancellor of the Zimbabwe Open University until a substantive Vice Chancellor is appointed.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - 10:56

The Zimbabwe Open University is pleased to announce that His Excellency, Cde. R. G. Mugabe, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and Chancellor of the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) has appointed Professor Alfred Champion Ncube, as the Acting Vice Chancellor of

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Latest News & Announcements

Tuesday, August 22, 2017 - 10:50

The Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) annual Vice Chancellors games which were initially scheduled for August 23 to 27 have since been moved forward to August 30 to September 3 to pave way to the National Youth Games that are set to be happening in the same week in Hwange

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Monday, August 21, 2017 - 14:13

The Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) Faculty of Agriculture and a consortium of Sanyati cattle farmers have combined their efforts in improving beef production in the Country. More than 50 farmers are set to directly benefit from the Community Based Research Project.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - 11:28

Zimbabwe Open University will once again this year take part at this year’s Harare Agricultural Show which will run from August, 21 to 26, 2017 in Harare

The show, which will be entering its 107th anniversary, will run under the theme

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Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - 10:50

The Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) joined the entire nation in the National Clean up Campaign launched by the Office of the President in the capital Harare, on August 3 2017.

Despite the invitation coming on short notice, the institution, through the Harare/Chitungwiza Regional Campus,

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