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Wed, 22 Aug 2018 18:45 - Updated Wed, 22 Aug 2018 18:45

Governor calls for opening of new courses in higher school

Soyo - The need for the opening of new undergraduate courses at the Polytechnic School of Zaire to diversify the academic training of students was defended Tuesday in the municipality of Soyo by the provincial governor, José Joanes André.

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Zaire: Governor José Joanes André

Photo: João F. Cuti

Speaking at a ceremony to grant diplomas to 151 new graduates of the Zaire Higher School, the governor admitted that the inclusion of new courses in the health sciences, renewable Energy, Electricity, oil, among others would avoid the constant flight of cadres to other regions of the country in search of knowledge.

According to him, since Zaire province has introduced courses in Electricity, Renewable Energy and Petroleum, in some secondary schools since 2015, for which these courses should also have continuity in higher education.

"We hope that in the next years the Polytechnic School of Zaire will be offered with new courses to diversify the academic training of our young people," he said.

According to Joanes André, the provincial government has initiated contacts with the central structures for the construction of university poles in the municipalities of Mbanza Kongo and Soyo.

The Polytechnic School of Zaire, in the municipality of Soyo, teaches courses in Pedagogy, Engineering, Mechanics and Mathematics, while that of Mbanza Kongo, provincial headquarters, counts on the teaching courses in Psychology, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Management companies.

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