Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Horticulture
University of Zimbabwe

Degree: Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Horticulture
Program Language: English
Admission Semester: Spring (February)Fall (September)
Start Date: May 01 2019
Program Duration: 8 semesters


Semester Tuition Fees: 450 Euro
Other Fees: The tuition fees reflected above already include a 10-40% scholarship which is offered to all international students under various circumstances. An extra registration fee between 50- 105€ has to be paid once. Yearly Health Insurance & Social Activity fees also apply. Additional charges will apply for installment payments plus VAT. Please pay attention to the acceptance letter for actual amounts to be paid.
Cost of living: 400-700 USD
Job opportunities: Part-time jobs for students are competitive throughout the city.These part-time jobs usually pay from 300 to 500 euros depending on the type of work.
Funding opportunities within the university: Universities usually offer part-time opportunities in different departments to students who constantly excel academically.

Program details

Educational organisation: University of Zimbabwe
Study abroad: Opportunity Available
Internships: On the third year of study students will be legible to undertake industrial training or internship also called attached.
Form of assessment: US Grade
ECTS credits:
Program objectives: Horticulture

Minimum cost of living

Accomodation: 90USD / month
Food: 75USD / month
Cost of living: 135USD / month
Transportation: 45USD /month


Language requirements: English Proficiency
Academic requirements:

- High School

- A-level Certificate


1. High School & A-Level Certificates

2. Evidence of English Language Proficiency (if applicable)

3. Passport Copy


Arrival support: Support Available - Provided by the university
Services and support for international students: Support Available - Provided by the university

*Off-Campus options available

*On-Campus options available


about University of Zimbabwe:

The University of Zimbabwe, located in the capital is the biggest public university in Zimbabwe. It was launched in the year 1952 as the University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, and was then affiliated with the University of London. Upon Zimbabwe’s independence in 1980, it adopted its present name from the former.  The University of Zimbabwe (UZ) is a home of academic excellence. Graduates in the fields of Engineering and mathematics hold a reputable performance accreditations on the international map.

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about Zimbabwe:

About the city:

Founded in 1890, Salisbury, now referred to as Harare, is Zimbabwe’s vivacious capital and industrial hub. Back then it was originally known as Fort Salisbury, and then simply Salisbury, and is just one of several gateways to the rest of the country.