Polytechnics to offer degree programmes, says Jonathan Moyo

Some polytechnics are in the process of reviewing their mandate with a view to offering degree programmes, the Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology minister Professor Jonathan Moyo said.
Moyo

He said he was happy that $9 million was set aside for this project.



He said this while he was commissioning TVET equipment worth $2.3 million in Harare bought for polytechnics and vocational institutions through ZIMDEF  

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