Thu, 27 Jul 2017 11:00 - Updated Thu, 27 Jul 2017 11:00
Catholic University puts out more than 500 graduates
Luanda - The Angolan Catholic University (UCAN) last Wednesday, in Luanda, officially awarded the diplomas of 557 of its new higher education graduates.
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The diplomas were awarded to graduates in the courses of Economics and Management (187), Law (123), Engineering (75), Human Sciences (71), Health (23) and Technology (4), who finished their respective courses in 2016.
In the same ceremony were also awarded certificates to 39 graduates from the João Paulo II Higher Institute, 49 graduates in Philosophy and Pedagogy from the Dom Bosco Higher Institute.
UCAN also awarded 14 Bachelor’s degree certificates.
The ceremony was chaired by the Principal of the UCAN, Priest José Vicente Cacuchi.
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