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Bernard Mizeki College in Marondera, Zimbabwe, invites suitable candidates for the BERNARD MIZEKI SCHOLARSHIP 2023.

About Bernard Mizeki College

Bernard Mizeki College is an independent boarding school for boys situated in Marondera, Zimbabwe approximately 87 km east of the capital Harare and or 13.5 km north east of Marondera town.

The key departments at the college are:

– Sciences
– Commercials
– Technicals
– Indigenous & Foreign Languages
– Guidance & Counseling
– Humanities

The school is located at Bovey Tracy Farm in Marondera. It was founded in memory of Bernard Mizeki, an African martyr who died in the Marondera area.

The school was established by leading private individuals of the Anglican Church in the then Rhodesia through a deed of trust drafted in 1958 and registered on 29 May 1959 at Harare.

The college was established predominantly for African boys however over the years there were girls who attended the college.

About Bernard Mizeki Scholarship 2023

Form Four boys wanting to pursue a career in the Arts with a good, broad record plus talents elsewhere to are invited to apply to write an exam for this full scholarship.

Successful candidates will receive fully paid education and other support for two years at the end of which they will sit for Cambridge A Level Arts subjects.

How to apply

On one A4 side send us a handwritten letter telling us of yourself, your interests and
ambitions.

Email it to:

[email protected]

Deadline

Closing date for receipt of emails is Friday 22nd July 2022.

Only shortlisted candidates will be invited to
write the exam.

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