The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) is inviting applications from hard-working, well-disciplined, honest and self-motivated students for a scholarship opportunity
- Part II or Part III University of Zimbabwe (UZ) and Harare Institute Of Technology (HIT) Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) degree students in academic year 2018/2019.
- Good passes in previous examinations of the degree programme.
- Willing to work for MCAZ on completion of the degree programme.
The MCAZ is an equal opportunity employer. Female students are encouraged to apply.
Applicants should send their curriculum vitae, certified copies of qualifications and statements of intent to:
Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe
106 Baines Avenue/ Cnr. Third Street
P O Box 10559
Closing Date is Thursday, 31st May 2018
Protecting your Right to Quality Medicines and Medical Devices
Disclaimer: The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe does not charge any fees to respondents to this advertisement nor to those who become successful. Applicants are advised to deal with caution if approached in regard to any offer to facilitate the applications process
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