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School Name :
Bindura University of Science Education
Local Name :
Acronym :
BUSE
School Type :
Public
Academic Calendar :
Semesters
Year Founded :
1996
Motto :
Commitment Discipline Excellence





How to contact the School?

Address : Atherston Road Bindura, Mashonaland Central, Zimbabwe
Contact Number : +263 (71) 7531-6
Website : http://www.buse.ac.zw


School Summary

Bindura University of Science Education – BUSE is a Public Controlled higher education institution located in Bindura, Mashonaland Central. The school is Established in 1996 officially 
accredited and/or recognized by Mashonaland Central, Zimbabwe Ministry/Commission/Department of Higher Education. Learn more about Bindura University of Science Education’s courses offered, tuition fees, reviews contact information , admission information and more.



How much is the Tuition Fee?

Undergraduate Degree USD$ 1,000-2,500 per year
Graduate/Postgraduate Degree USD$ 2,500-5,000 per year

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Published on 7:08 am

NOTICE ON CLOSURE OF THE UNIVERSITY

NOTICE ON CLOSURE OF THE UNIVERSITY

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NOTICE ON CLOSURE OF THE UNIVERSITY

Source: Bindura University of Science Education

 

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Good day. If i want to apply for august intake what is the proceedure

Published on 1:31 pm

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR STAFF AND STUDENTS His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Cde ED Mnangagwa declared the coronavirus, a State of National Disaster on 17 March 2020

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR STAFF AND STUDENTS

His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Cde ED Mnangagwa declared the coronavirus, a State of National Disaster on 17 March 2020. The University considers the global crisis resultant from COVID– 19 virus, a serious issue because of its transmissibility and geographical concern. The University has taken the following precautionary measures in order to safeguard the interests of its students, staff and the University’s stakeholders at large: -

1. All staff members and students who have travelled outside Zimbabwe since 1 March 2020 should inform the Human Resources Department and the University Clinic respectively and as a matter of URGENCY, regardless of the manifestation of COVID-19 symptoms.

2. Staff members and students who intend to travel outside the country should also advise the Human Resources Department and the University Clinic, respectively before undertaking such visits.

3. Business and personal travel both international and domestic should be kept to a minimum and for critical purposes only. The University encourages its staff members and students to postpone any travel and movements that are not essentially important. We all have a duty to STAY PUT.

4. Staff members and students must also: -

i. Wash their hands with soap under running water for at least twenty (20) seconds; before preparing food; before eating or drinking; after using the rest rooms; after touching one’s face; after coughing or sneezing; after handling waste or animals; whenever hands are dirty and at regular intervals through the day;
ii. Avoid hand shaking,
iii. Avoid touching eyes, noses and mouth;
iv. Cover their coughs with an elbow and tissue and not hands and discard the tissue immediately after use;
v. Stay home when sick or after having contact with a potentially infected person;
vi. Rely on virtual communication where possible;
vii. Refrain from visiting the University after travelling to high risk countries and areas; and
viii. Social distancing; more than a metre away from anyone when we talk.

5. As the global concern about COVID-19 grows, the University has the best interests of its students, staff and stakeholders and endeavours to keep everyone healthy and happy. It is the duty of every staff member and student to “stand strong, strong and united and strong and vigilant’ and contribute to the global effort aimed at reducing the threat to humanity.

6. Staff members and students should fully embrace measures that have been circulated by the University’s Students Health Department; the Ministry of Health and Child Care and the World Health Organization (WHO).

7. The University shall continue monitoring the situation and will announce if further precautions are needed.

8. Staff members and students with any queries and concerns relating to this information should contact the Human Resources Department and the University Clinic, respectively.

We thank all staff members and students for their cooperation.

MP Neusu (Mr)
University Registrar
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Source: Bindura University of Science Education

Published on 2:15 pm

Making Education Work

Making Education Work: Transforming Education for Youth Employment

It is common knowledge that youth unemployment is now recognised as one of the more serious social problems confronting Africa. It is a serious problem that needs urgent attention - Zimbabwe National Statistics.

The question is - What is the root cause of these problems? Is our Education system to be blamed? Is the Economy to be blamed?

To hear more about this "HOT" issue, the BUSE Teaching and Learning Committee has organised a seminar presentation which tackles education and youth unemployment issues. The presentation will be held as follows:

Topic :Making Education Work: Transforming Education for Youth Employment.
Date :Wednesday, 25 March 2020
Time :1415 Hours
Venue : Town Campus (Library North Wing)
Presenter : Dr R. Chivheya

Staff and Students are invited.
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Source: Bindura University of Science Education

Published on 2:09 pm

CANCELLATION OF THE BUSE 2020 OPEN DAY

The University wishes to inform high schools around the country that the 2020 Open Day which was scheduled for the 20th March has been cancelled.

This move was made in compliance with the governments effort to work with the rest of the world in minimising the  spread of Covid-19 (corona virus) through public gatherings.

We encourage students to take precautionary measures to avoid contamination and spread of this pandemic.

We hope to be graced by their presence at our future Open Days.

CANCELLATION OF THE BUSE 2020 OPEN DAYThe University wishes to inform high schools around the country that the 2020 Open Day which was scheduled for the 20th March has been cancelled

CANCELLATION OF THE BUSE 2020 OPEN DAY

The University wishes to inform high schools around the country that the 2020 Open Day which was scheduled for the 20th March has been cancelled.

This move was made in compliance with the government's effort to work with the rest of the world in minimising the spread of Covid-19 (corona virus) through public gatherings.

We encourage students to take precautionary measures to avoid contamination and spread of this pandemic.

We hope to be graced by their presence at our future Open Days.
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CANCELLATION OF THE BUSE 2020 OPEN DAY

The University wishes to inform high schools around the country that the 2020 Open Day which was scheduled for the 20th March has been cancelled.

This move was made in compliance with the governments effort to work with the rest of the world in minimising the  spread of Covid-19 (corona virus) through public gatherings.

We encourage students to take precautionary measures to avoid contamination and spread of this pandemic.

We hope to be graced by their presence at our future Open Days.

Source: Bindura University of Science Education

 

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Haibatu vanhu vatema iyo, please go ahead😂😂😂😂

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