Tue, 25 Jul 2017 11:34 - Updated Tue, 25 Jul 2017 11:33
Arts Faculty with 50 new masters, over 200 graduates
Luanda - At least 50 masters and 293 higher education graduates received their diplomas last Monday from the Faculty of Arts of the st6ate-owned Agostinho Neto University (UAN), after completing the training period.
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In the act of distinction, UAN's Vice-Principal for scientific and postgraduation affairs, Pedro Magalhães, emphasised that the university has the mission of fulfilling one of the objectives of the State, which is to train cadres capable of facing the situations that are in the country, so he expressed his satisfaction at the moment.
The 50 masters represent the second group that the institution has placed on the market since it started the Master’s degree course, while the number of graduates increased considerably compared to 2015.
Pedro Magalhães advised the graduates to support scientific research in Angola, saying that he "hopes that many opt for lecturing career, in order to continue teaching and learning."
He also considered the Faculty of Art f as a cell that has the capacity to train capable individuals in various areas of knowledge.
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