Registrar’s Notices

Course Registration Please note that all students must register for their electives on the website in order to be considered in the courses. Any student who did not register for any elective can audit them, but will not receive any final marks on their report cards or transcripts. All reading courses must be approved and registered with the registrar. All students doing reading courses must choose them as their electives on the website. Any bilateral arrangements between a lecturer and a

Dean’s Notices

Examination The Semester Examinations will take place from May 9- 18, 2016. Please note that any student who does not have proper AC ID will not take the exams.  Please refer to the Exam Timetables for details. Elective Selection Every student who is eligible to register for electives should do so before June 1, 2016 for the August Semester. Click on here for the list of courses Course Enrolment Every student irrespective of their program at Arrupe ought to enrol into their courses. Any

Epistemology Course

Epistemology Course by Dr. Kizito Kiyimba, SJ Everyone is invited to participate in these presentations. Date and Time Article Presenter Venue Friday October 16, 2015 – 8:50am Direct Realism and the Brain-in-a-Vat Argument – Michael Huemer Dr Kizito Kiyimba, SJ Seminar Room II Thursday October 22, 8:00am What is Knowledge – Linda Zagzebski Mr Pius Ndekile, SJ Seminar Room II Thursday October 22, 8:50am Is Justified True Belief Knowledge? Edmund Gettier Ms Mablin Zireva Seminar Room II Friday October 23, 8:50am Meditations of First Philosophy – Rene Descartes Mr John Siyumbu Seminar Room II Thursday October 29, 8:00am Skepticism and Closure: Why the


CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS   The Department of Research, Innovation, Media and Publication coordinates, facilitates and publishes all symposia, conferences and workshops of the university. We are mostly interested in innovative ideas, courageous publications and daring workshops on different facets of academic life. CONFERENCES Climate Change and Human Migration Seminar Date: 6th Of March 2020. Time: 0815am – 1330pm Venue: Audio-Visual Room, Arrupe Jesuit University Campus, 16 Link Road, Mt Pleasant, Harare.                                                                                   Background The relationship between Climate Change and Human Migration is complex and interwoven with other

AJU Annual Symposium

 THREE DAY ARRUPE SYMPOSIUM The greatest academic event of the year is the Arrupe Symposium. This takes place annually every February of each academic year. In the first semester of each year, students choose their own themes and topics for presentation. All staff and students must be involved in planning, reviewing of papers and presentations. The date is always three days before Arrupe Day. The symposium takes the place of all classes and normal class attendance is required. Download the 2020 Symposium

Short Course Palliative Care

ARRUPE JESUIT UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF SHORT COURSES SHORT COURSE ON PALLIATIVE CARE. Bishops, Priests/Pastors, Major Religious Superiors, religious congregations, parishes, Mission hospitals, municipal and government hospitals, health centres, traditional practitioners Call for candidates to register for a Palliative Care Certificate at Arrupe Jesuit University (AJU) Palliative care is a way of providing quality of life to patients who face life-threatening and/or life-limiting illnesses through comprehensive assessment and addressing the needs of the patients. These needs may be physical, emotional, social and spiritual. Palliative care is interdisciplinary and

Exam Timetable and Oral Comprehensives May 2019

ARRUPE JESUIT UNIVERSITY MAY 2019 EXAMINATIONS-FINAL DRAFT Date LECTURE ROOM 5 LECTURE ROOM 6 LECTURE ROOM 7 MONDAY 6th May APH 106: African Thought in African Literature (20) APH 302: European Philosophy (20)     Invigilator: (40)                    APH 208 : Christian Philosophy (31)   Invigilator:                        (31)     MPA 502: Ethics (10) APH 408: Overview of Catholic Theology (30) Invigilator: (40)       TUESDAY 7th   MAY APH 110: African Philosophy (28) APH 552c: Social Psychology (2)   Invigilator: (30)     APH: 404 Religious Education (30)   Afternoon MPA/APH 581: Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence (20) APH 705a: Child Protection Studies (6)   Invigilator: (26)      WEDNESDAY 8TH MAY APH 307a: Social Philosophy/Analysis       APH 108: Religions of Africa