Evelyn Hone College of applied Arts and Commerce has come a long since its establishment in 1963 and it can boast of the large number of its former students who are today in gainful employment in various sectors of the economy.
The college was named after Sir Evelyn Dennison Hone (1911-1979), the last Governor of Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia).
It is the largest College and third largest public institution of learning in Zambia.
The college strives to provide the highest quality education in accordance with its mission statement which is;
To provide quality training in Applied Arts, Commerce, Science and Technology to local and international students in order to fulfill requirements of the labour market.
The college is located in Zambia’s capital city, Lusaka, along Church Road and it is just a short walking distance from the city center or central business district (CBD).
The following full-time and part-time courses are offered:
The courses fall under any one of the following six departments; Academic And Applied Sciences, Business Studies, Communication Skills, Education, Media Studies and Health Sciences.
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