Mozambican students on academic tour of Angola

Ondjiva – A delegation of 55 students and two professors from the Hgher Polytechnical Institute of Mozambique has held an academic tour to the province of Cunene since last weekend, an activity extending to the regions of Huambo and Benguela, respectively.

Speaking to ANGOP, Monday, in the city of Ondjiva, capital of the province of Cunene, the tour coordinator, Lackshard Shambwa, informed that the event is part of a training program for Mozambican students on the reality of the countries of the Southern African Development Community (SADC).

He made it clear that the aim of the tour is to increase students’ level of knowledge by reconciling theoretical subjects with practical lessons as well as promoting exchanges of experience with colleagues from SADC countries.

He said that for 30 days, students will conduct research and academic research that will serve as the basis for their end-of-course work.

Before Angola, the delegation was already in Zimbabwe to Zambia and then will work in Namibia, Botswana, South Africa and Eswatini.

Source: Angola Press News Agency