Zambia has a wide range of college options when it comes to higher education institutions, and even better is the available work-study programs that Zambia offers. Between scholarships in Uganda being offered by the local and country government along with private funding companies, allowing students to be gifted scholarship funds.
We will cover rent and utility combined estimate amounts, along with yearly tuition costs and what main languages would be better suited or at least learned on a basic understanding before arrival. Zambia does request that international students should have a student visa before they arrive at their destination work-study program, summer program, or college. Otherwise, if a student does not have their student visa, they most likely will not be let into the country. This is standard procedure everywhere.
Universities in Zambia:
- University of Zambia
- Zambian Open University
- Copperbelt University
- University of Lusaka
- Mulungushi University
- Cavendish University Zambia
- Northrise University
- Gideon Robert University
- Rusangu University
- Texila American University Zambia
- Kwame Nkrumah University
- DMI-St. Eugene University
- Chalimbana University
- Eden University
- Lusaka Apex Medical University
- Zambia Catholic University
- Rockview University
- Copperstone University
- Paglory University
- Levy Mwanawasa Medical University
- Kasama College Of Education
- Alliance International University
- Charles Lwanga College of Education
- Evelyn Hone College
- Zambia Forestry College
- Chipata College Of Education
- Mansa College of Education
- Baobab College
This is not a complete list of the available public and private higher education institutions in Zambia.
Cost of Living in Zambia
An estimated cost for monthly rent will come out to around just under $300 USD. An approximate amount is $292 USD for rent only.
Typical monthly cost per month does average just below $450 USD. However, that is to live comfortably, it is possible for students to live with a monthly $400 USD per month.
Cost of Annual Tuition
Normal college tuition cost in Zambia does average to about $7,500 USD per academic year. Now this is for international students and for a general undergraduate degree. For the secondary level that cost of annual tuition does increase to about $8,700 USD. Then followed by the third round or postgraduate status the amount climbs to just under $10,000 USD per academic year.
Cost of tuition does vary on the higher education institution; however, this varies also based on if the student is a citizen of Zambia (who will pay a very low tuition fee) compared to an international student.
Main Languages Spoken in Zambia
With well over 70 different languages spoken throughout Zambia where there are 7 recognized main languages are Bemba, Nyanja, Lozi, Tonga, Kaonde, Luvale, and Lunda. While English is seen as a secondary official language as well.
Other languages spoken throughout the country include:
- Congo Swahili
- Pidgin Zulu
This is not a complete list of all of the languages spoken in Zambia, but these are some of the most commonly heard dialects in the region.
9 thoughts on “Study in Zambia”
There’s no undergraduate scholarship in Zambia?
Hi Martha, unfortunately in our website there is no record of a undergraduate scholarship in Zambia, but you are free to look on other websites, or search engines like google.com for that.
At Cavendish University Zambia
Actually have chosen to apply for a Diploma and a degree in theology and leadership
I would like to apply for the full funded scholarship for September 2022 intake. Studying for agriculture at paglory university here in Zambia
I like to apply the scholarship for 2023 of bachelor in midwifry in levy mwanawasa or UNZA
Yes, but what scholarship exactly? We have more here.
What does it take to qualify for a scholarship
To qualify for a scholarship, you usually need to meet certain requirements set by the scholarship provider. These requirements may vary depending on the scholarship you are applying for, but some common factors that are often considered are academic merit, financial need, leadership skills, community service, and talents in sports or the arts. You may also need to meet other eligibility criteria such as being a certain age, having a minimum GPA or test scores, and being enrolled in a specific course or program of study. It’s important to research the specific requirements of each scholarship you are interested in and make sure you meet them before applying.