Mozambique’s Eduardo Mondlane University to offer oil and mining sector courses

9 March 2012

The vice-chancellor of Eduardo Mondlane University Thursday in Maputo announced the introduction of three new courses related to mining and oil exploration, according to a report Friday in Mozambican newspaper O País.

Vice-chancellor Orlando Quilambo said that Eduardo Mondlane University would this year teach courses in Cartography and Geological Surveying, Applied Geology, and Oil Engineering.

“We signed a deal with an oil exploration company for joint training of around 200 students in this area by 2015,” Quilambo explained.

The vice-chancellor of UEM also announced four new Masters Degrees in the areas of Oil Engineering, Wood Technology, Food Technology, and Resource Management.

UEM currently offers 80 degree courses, 35 Masters courses and three doctorates. (macauhub)