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UCE continues to cater for the marginalised

Addressing guests and 422 graduates at the college’s 47th graduation, the college Principal, Mr Adam Luthuli said his college was working towards championing the rights of people living with disabilities and the marginalised through teacher education “As an institution, we uphold the fact that college education is not a preserve of the “able” individuals but …

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UCE Intensifies the enrolment of minority languages

THE United College of Education has intensified the enrolment of minority languages students including TjiKalanga and Tonga as well as Special Needs Education students to promote cultural diversity and empower people living with disabilities, the college principal, Adam Luthuli, has said. Addressing guests and 422 graduates at the college’s 47th graduation ceremony on Friday, Luthuli …

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Higher Learning institutes to embrace STEM

The Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Professor Jonathan Moyo has said some unemployed graduates crying out for jobs lack the requisite skills needed by industry and commerce. In a speech delivered at the United College of Education’s 48th graduation ceremony yesterday, Prof Moyo bemoaned the churning out of graduates without appropriate …

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ZITISU 2016 Handball Champions

UCE were crowned 2016 Handball Champions at the Zimbabwe Tertiary Institutions Sport Union (ZTISU) games held at the Hillside Teacher’s College on the .Eighteen sports codes constituted the competition as participants battled for honors in athletics, hockey, cricket, karate, table tennis, chess, handball, football, sport for people with disabilities and basketball.  With top athletes that …

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UCE strives to cater for the marginalized

THE United College of Education has intensified the enrolment of minority languages students including TjiKalanga and Tonga as well as Special Needs Education students to promote cultural diversity and empower people living with disabilities, the college principal, Adam Luthuli, has said. Addressing guests and 422 graduates at the college’s 47th graduation ceremony on Friday, Luthuli …

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2016 Graduation

A total of 422 teachers graduated at the Institute’s 48th graduation ceremony and these were made up of 102 ECD teachers, 278 general course teachers and 43 special needs teachers. This year ceremony was held under the theme, “Towards a Versatile 21st Century Teacher”. UCE has a deliberate policy that is pro-women as 76 percent …

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UCE wins TIFAZ Award

This year’s TIFAZ (Tertiary Institutions Festival of the Arts in Zimbabwe)  were held on the 30th of June to the 2nd of July 2016 at Mutare Polytechnic The festival, which was officially opened by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, Dr Ambassador Machiwenyika-Mapuranga, was graced by …

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