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The most international students for a UFS master's programme
2007-02-07

The Master's Degree in Development Studies, presented by the Centre for Development Support at the University of the Free State (UFS), this year once again boasts with the most international students registered for a master's programme at the UFS. The programme is designed for people working in a development-related context, or who intend to do so. This year almost 160 applications were received, from which only 64 were accepted. Of these 18 students are from Zimbabwe. There are also students from Zambia, Swaziland, Mozambique and Namibia. The programme's first contact session took place recently. 


Attending the session were from the left, front: Ms Rosemary Kiragu (a student from Kenya), Prof Lucius Botes (Programme Director: Centre for Development Support at the UFS), Ms Jane McPherson (a student from Bloemfontein); back: Mr Godfrey Matimba (a student from Zimbabwe) and Mrs Dorie Olivier (Programme Co-ordinator at the UFS Centre for Development Support).

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