A course about Brexit, the UK's plan to leave the European Union, is to be offered as an option by the University of Botswana's history department.
The course, called Modern Britain, will "study the crisis" as it happens, a notice shared on Twitter said.
Students will, however, not sit for an exam.
Bruce Bennett from the university confirmed to the BBC that the course will be offered.
"[It] is intended to link the present crisis, which is of interest to many people, to the historical background," he said.
He said that as an elective course students from other departments would be able to take it:
"There has been interest from students from across the university, including of course political science but not limited to them."
He added that other major events in British history would also be covered:
This semester the British history course will focus on the Brexit crisis, as it happens, in combination with relevant British history. This historical background includes both relatively recent events such as the Northern Irish Troubles and the Good Friday agreement, and the deeper background."