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Friday, 14 October 2011

Student exchange programme launched in Namibia with help of EU

The Polytechnic of Namibia launched a student exchange programme with universities in Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana and South Africa last week. The Intra-African-Caribbean and Pacific (Intra-ACP) Academic Mobility Scheme Project is funded by the European Commission to a tune of 2.91million Euros.

Speaking at the launch, Tjama Tjivikua, rector of the Polytechnic of Namibia, said the institution applied for the first round of the project in response to a call that invited higher education institutions in Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific to establish consortia of universities and research institutions. “The process was very competitive, as all higher education institutions in Africa formed strong partnerships to apply for the first allocation of Euro 7 million to fund three projects in Africa with a separate call for Caribbean and the Pacific regions,” he said.

Source: Namibia Economist