Mon, 25 Nov 2019 10:26 - Updated Mon, 25 Nov 2019 10:26
Angola's Tocoist Church University and Howard start partnership
Luanda - The Higher Education Polytechnic Institute of Angola's Tocoist Church (ISPT) and the US Howard Washington University are making contacts to enrich the curricula of various courses lectured in the former, the church?s bishop, Afonso Nunes said on Sunday.
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Afonso Nunes, Tocoist church bishop.
Photo: Pedro Parente
In a statement to the press, the religious leader considered the partnership of great value for the institution, taking into consideration the knowledge and development reached by the US University.
He also said the University of Howard, being more than 100 years old, has gained prestige in the teaching and learning and training of staff, reason why the Tocoist Church intends to establish this partnership.
In the next school year, the Tocoist institute expects to count on the collaboration of American teachers to improve the curricular plans, with the aim to fill in the gaps it faces in various courses lectured in the polytechnic institution, the bishop said.
On his turn, the assistant director of the African studies centre at Howard University, Whcelce Winstear, said they came to Angola to initiate the relationship between the two institutions.
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