Campus Life

Campus life at the Zambia campus of Texila American University (TAU) combines quality education with extracurricular activities, cultural events, sports and community clubs.

With its state-of-the-art infrastructure, TAU is one of the most sought-after institutions in Zambia. Considered as one of the top private universities in the Zambian region, TAU-Zambia campus houses over 200 students in five different batches. The campus is Wi-Fi enabled and laboratories and classrooms are fitted out with the latest technology.

In – Campus Facilities
  1. Computer-based examinations and evaluations

  2. Avant-garde library stocked with physical and e-books

  3. State-the-of-art laboratory services

  4. Variety of extracurricular activities

Faculty and Curriculum Highlights
  1. International faculty trained in USA, Europe, Asia, and Africa

  2. Curriculum delivered in partnership with University of Zambia

  3. World class faculty members

  4. 24/7 dedicated student support system

  5. Modern Learning Management System (LMS)

  6. System based grievance module

Learning Pedagogy

Teaching pedagogy at Texila American University is an effective way to support global intellectual engagement. It combines an array of teaching methodologies, including a supportive classroom environment and recognition of difference across all key learning areas. State-of-the-art tools like flipped classroom, audio-visual lectures and simulation labs are used to make teaching and learning more effective. We also organize e-conferences to keep students updated with latest in research and findings.

Faculty and Curriculum Highlights
  1. Case studies
  2. Digital labs and simulations
  3. Effective educational videos
  4. Learning Management Systems
  5. Outside classroom learning
  6. Team-based learning
  7. Test-enhance learning
  8. Visual thinking

Texila American University is nothing less than a home away from home. TAU believes in building a balanced environment where recreation plays an important role and enhances learning abilities. In line with this, the students have the opportunity to engage in a variety of extracurricular activities such as cultural events, sports, and community-building programs. While the university encourages students to benefit from this active campus lifestyle, it expects students to follow rules and take responsibility for their actions.

Campus Life – Testimonial

“When I first came to Texila, I was nervous and thought I would feel lonely. But, on the first day, I made a number of friends. The lecturers are also very friendly and the facilities in the labs are great. I enjoy the place and feels just like home.”

Valentina Chizinga, Zambia

Valentina Chizinga, Zambia

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