NUST now offering micro-insurance programmes

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The National University of Science and Technology (NUST) has announced that it is now offering two programmes in micro-insurance.

The University is offering a one year Advanced Certificate in Microinsurance (ACEMI) and a Certificate of Proficiency in Microinsurance (COPMI), becoming the first university in Zimbabwe to offer such courses.

“The ACEMI is a one-year course intended to equip students with practical ideas, techniques and skills needed for the successful development and delivery of valuable microinsurance products and services.

“The COPMI is a 3 months course designed to provide a broad based understanding of micro-insurance,” NUST said in a statement calling for students to enroll in the two programes.

ACEMI is designed for managerial and operational staff from Life and non-life insurers, Funeral Assurers, Medical Aid Societies, Reinsurers, Intermediaries, Regulators, Academic and other interested organisations or persons. Whereas the COPMI is mainly suited for operational staff from microinsurance value chain players and to those who want to start a career in micro-insurance.
To be admitted in either of the courses,  you should have at least five O’level passes (Including English and Maths) and be mature with at least two years working experience.

The introduction of the new micro-insurance courses comes at a time the insurance regulator Ipec (Insurance and Pensions Commission recently published a microinsurance framework to guide the operation of microinsurance firms in the country amidst the proliferation of microinsurance products in the market.


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NUST also offers a Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree in Risk Management and Insurance and a Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree in Actuarial Science. The university also offers a post graduate course in risk and insurance, the Master of Science Degree in Risk Management and Insurance.

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