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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