Africa University Call for Article African Journal of Intellectual Property

CALL FOR ARTICLES- AFRICAN JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Submissions are invited for publication in the African Journal of Intellectual Property (AJIP) Volume 4 Issue 2 published by Africa University in collaboration with the African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (ARIPO) before 15 march 2020.This scholarly journal is a peer-reviewed, bi-annual publication which aims to respond to the growing need for documentation… Read More »

University of Botswana Part Time and Full Time Admission 2020-2021 Academic Year

How to apply for admission Before Applying Make sure the following documents are readily available Copy of Application fee receipt Certified copy of Degree Certificate (s) Certified Copy of Transcript Two copies of completed Professional/Academic References Certified copy of National Identity Card (Omang for citizens) and Passport for international applicants Personal Statement of Intent for Masters and Proposal/Research… Read More »

College of Medicine Malawi Admission for 2020-2021 Academic Year Mature Entry Application

Minimum entry requirements a. A Malawi School Certificate of Education or any equivalent O-Level qualification with at least 4 subjects passed with credit (6 subjects for some programmes) including ENGLISH LANGUAGE and other subjects specified in the table under point (d) below. b. A University of Malawi Diploma or, a relevant Diploma from accredited programmes of the University… Read More »

Malawi University of Science and Technology Short Courses For March 2020

The Ndata School of Climate and earth Sciences at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) is calling for applications from qualified individuals for short courses in GIS Mapping and Spatial Data Analysis in QGIS and R and Fundamentals of Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation. For a detailed advert, click here: NSCES GIS and Remote Sensing Short courses… Read More »

Mzuzu University Application for GPDP in Sanitation and Certificates in Sanitation Scholarship 2020

Mzuzu University, through the Department of Water Resources Management and Development in partnership with IHE Delft of the Netherlands, has secured funds from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to roll out the IHE Delft Graduate Professional Diploma Program and short courses (certificate) in Sanitation as part of the Global Sanitation Graduate School. The program focuses on nonsewer… Read More »

University of Botswana Digital Health Symposium 2020

Digital Health Symposium Target audience: Leadership across relevant government ministries driving the digital health agenda, Academia, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system developers, members of professional associations such as the Botswana Health Information Management Association (BoHIMA), Public and Private Hospital-Clinic Managers, Medical Insurance Companies and Health Informatics Personnel.  Registration link: https://is.gd/medicalinformatics Date: 16 – 20 March, 2020.Time: 7:30amVenue:… Read More »

Lesotho Institute of Accountants January 2020 Intake

The Lesotho Institute of Accountants (L.I.A.) was established by the Accountants Act of 1977, which gives the Institute the mandate of regulating the Accountancy practice in Lesotho. Our mission is to develop, enhance and effectively regulate the accounting profession in Lesotho through: Provision of internationally recognized education and training programmes, as well as ensuring compliance. For General Accounting… Read More »

Brussels Embassy of the kingdom of Lesotho Job Vacancies

Lesotho was originally inhabited by local tribes of hunter-gatherers called the Khoisan. Later came the Bantu tribes and eventually the Sotho-Tswana peoples. In 1822 King Moshoeshoe I united the land under one rule for the first time. Lesotho (formerly Basutoland) was constituted as a native state under British protection by a treaty signed with the native chief Moshoeshoe in… Read More »

High Commission of the Kingdom of Lesotho, Canada Job Vacancies

Lesotho was originally inhabited by local tribes of hunter-gatherers called the Khoisan. Later came the Bantu tribes and eventually the Sotho-Tswana peoples. In 1822 King Moshoeshoe I united the land under one rule for the first time. Lesotho (formerly Basutoland) was constituted as a native state under British protection by a treaty signed with the native chief Moshoeshoe in… Read More »