Lusaka, October 29 ZANIS—The University of Zambia (UNZA) Vice Chancellor Enala Mwase is happy with the high enrolment of students in the School of Medicine at the institution.
Professor Mwase said the enrolment levels particularly females in the School of Medicine have greatly improved since the university was founded in 1966.
She said the continued gender balance at the institution in various academic disciplines is encouraging a situation she described as inspiring to the future generation.
ZANIS report that Prof. Mwase said this in an interview in Lusaka today at the UNZA School of medicine 2014 prize giving ceremony.
A total of 60 UNZA students from various medical fields were awarded with the best and best final certificates.
And Prof. Mwase said the university is committed to supplement government’s efforts of producing a skilled health workforce in order to enhance health service delivery in the country.
Prof. Mwase however said infrastructure has still remained a major challenge to carter for the ever growing number of students enrolling in the School of medicine.