UJ highlights some achievements: UJenius Club bolsters academic performers

Date: Aug 27, 2013 | News


​​​The UJenius Club is a Vice-Chancellor’s initiative to acknowledge outstanding performance by undergraduate students, and to offer them additional opportunities of intellectual and professional development.​

In 2012, the UJenuis Club, previously known as the UJ’s Top Achievers’ Club, brought together around 250 top achieving undergraduate students who obtained an average of 75% in the previous year, with no module below 70%. The Club has grown in stature and is increasingly acknowledged among UJ’s high-flying students.​​​​

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