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Vice Chancellor MSU Victor Muzvidziwa

Itai Muzondo in Gweru

GWERU
– Midlands State University (MSU) Acting Vice Chancellor Professor Victor Muzvidziwa says the university has made enormous strides in the recent past, thanks to the many stakeholders who have the interests of the institution at heart.
Addressing a Students Reception Ceremony last week, Prof Muzvidziwa said the university would not be what it is at the moment without the unwavering support from different quarters.
At the 9th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition held in Geneva, Switzerland recently, MSU came out best in Law School Mooting, beating some of the finest law schools in the world.
The MSU Boost Enactus Team is also set to represent Zimbabwe at the 2017 Enactus World Cup to be held in London in September.
"The support we are getting from all stakeholders; support in terms of funding for students and ideas, that kind of support which comes from our chief donor; the government but also includes industry and commerce is the reason for us being what we are today.
"MSU currently has 22 000 students housed under our multi-campus system and the university has managed to increase access to university education for people of all races and backgrounds through conventional and lifelong learning," said Prof Muzvidziwa.
"We could not have made this progress without the steadfast support from our valued stakeholders. Being the current captain of the MSU ship, I am challenged to work tirelessly to position the university onto the global academic landscape," Prof Muzvidziwa said.
The MSU main campus is located in Gweru while its second campus is situated in the mining town of Zvishavane.education

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