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The University of Malawi is pleased to announce that the Congregation for the 2011/2012 Academic Year for Chancellor College students will be held on Wednesday 26th March 2014 Great Hall at Chancellor College in Zomba starting from 8.00 a.m.
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Malawi, Professor J.D. Saka shall preside over the Congregation.
Academic awards will be conferred to candidates from the following programmes:
BUNDA COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
Faculty of Agriculture
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Science
Bachelor of Science in Irrigation Engineering
Master in Food Science and Human Nutrition
Faculty of Natural Resources
Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management
Doctor of Philosophy in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science
Faculty of Education
University Certificate in Education
Bachelor of Education Social Studies
Bachelor of Education Language
Bachelor of Education Science
Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Teaching Studies (Language Education)
Faculty of Law
Diploma in Law
Faculty of Science
Bachelor of Science
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Faculty of Medicine
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Master of Public Health
Master of Medicine
Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Sciences
KAMUZU COLLEGE OF NURSING
Faculty of Nursing
University Certificate in Midwifery
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Community Health Nursing)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Nursing Education)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Health Service Management)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Pediatric Nursing)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Midwifery (Generic)
Master of Science in Infrastructure Development and Management
Rehearsal for the Congregation will be held on Tuesday, 25th March 2014 starting from 8.30 a.m. in the Great hall at Chancellor College in Zomba. Graduating students are asked to be punctual and only those who will attend the rehearsal ceremony shall be allowed to graduate.
Academic Dress for the Congregation shall be available for hire from Monday, 24th March 2014 from Chancellor College or at the venue of the Congregation on Tuesday 25th March 2014. The hire charges are as follows:
|Bachelors set||K4, 100|
|PhD set||K10, 300|
CANDIDATES WITH COLLEGE DEBTSAll candidates must return their academic dress at the end of the function. Unreturned academic dress will attract a penalty fee of K5, 000 for the first day delay. Each subsequent day after the first day shall attract a penalty fee of K200 payable before the release of the certificate.
Candidates who owe the college money should settle the amounts by 20th March, 2014 otherwise; they will not be allowed to graduate.
Candidates who require photography services will be informed the details of the accredited photographers during rehearsals.
INVITATION CARDS AND ATTENDANCE
Candidates should contact Chancellor College for invitation cards of their guardians or parents and should confirm their attendance at this year’s graduation ceremony by e-mail using the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For inquiries please contact: Chifundo Trigu, Akuzike Maliwichi or Natasha Kaphuka on the following numbers 01526622/01524282/01524060/01524456
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The University of Malawi has appointed a new Pro Vice-Chancellor to replace Dr Robert Ridley who assumed the role of Vice-Chancellor at Mzuzu University in April this year. He is Professor AL. D. Mtenje from the Department of African Languages and Linguistics at Chancellor College. He began his career with the University of Malawi in 1977 and rose through the ranks up to the position of Professor. His vision for the University is that UNIMA should be an institution of academic excellence based on principles of equity and access to education, an active role-player in the development of Malawi and the building of scientific and technological capacity of Africa and a financially viable institution which promotes a diversity of ideas.
The University of Malawi engaged a new Vice-Chancellor with effect from 2nd December, 2013 to replace Dr Emmanuel Fabiano whose contract expired on 30th November, 2013. He is Professor John Kalenga Saka from the Department of chemistry at Chancellor College. As an academic, his career commenced in 1981 as an Assistant Lecturer. He has risen through the ranks to become Professor of Chemistry over the years.