UNIMA Senior Leadership Retreat

Mulanje from 18-19th February, 2014   Read More...

PANGeA Board meeting

16-17th May, Sun n Sand, Mangochi   Read More...

UNIMA Graduation at the Great Hall in Zomba

University of Malawi Central Administration Offices located in the City of Zomba

University of Strathclyde and University of Malawi Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremony

Students discussing human anatomy - College of Medicine

Chancellor College

Chancellor College - The Great Hall

The Polytechnic Library

Kamuzu college of Nursing (KCN) - Students having a discussion

Kamuzu college of Nursing (KCN) - Students set off for community visits

Chancellor College - Library

One of the constituent Colleges of University of Malawi

UNIMA Quality Assurance   Read More...

 
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Welcome to University of Malawi

The University of Malawi offers undergraduate programmes in the fields of Medicine, Education, Commerce, Environmental Sciences, Economics and Development Studies, Biology, Chemistry, Theology and Religious Studies and Administrative Studies. These programmes are offered by the five constituent colleges of the University of Malawi namely: Domasi College of Education, Chancellor College, College of Medicine, Kamuzu College of Nursing and The Polytechnic


The Vice Chancellor's Vision

The Vice Chancellor's vision for the University of Malawi is "to be an academic institution providing relevant world class education, research and services for sustainable development of Malawi and the world through effective and efficient utilization of its human and financial resources."