The 19th and 20 Inaugural Lectures of Professors Joseph Matthew Mfutso-Bengo & Adamson Sinjani Muula - Friday 10th April 2015 at 1 PM - Hotel Victoria
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Malawi, Professor John Saka receiving the paper that was presented at the Inaugural Lecture by Professor Ephraim Wadonda Chirwa on 29th October 2014.
Professors celebrating the UNIMA 16th & 17th professorial Inaugural Lectures in the Great Hall at Chancellor College in Zomba on 29th Oct. 2014 Read More...
UNIMA academic leadership meeting on 5th November 2014 at the University Offices in Zomba
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Malawi, Professor John Saka receiving the paper that was presented at the Inaugural Lecture by Professor Lewis Dzimbiri on 29th October 2014
Installation of president Professor Peter Mutharika as the new Chancellor of University of Malawi on Wed, 19th November 2014
Annual review and planning workshop, 26th November - 28th, 2014, at Mangochi
Kamuzu college of Nursing (KCN) - Students set off for community visits
Chancellor College - Library
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19th and 20th Inaugural Lectures
University of Malawi held its 19th and 20th Inaugural Lectuers at Hotel Victoria on 10th April 2015 from 1:00pm for Professor Joseph Matthew Mfutso-Bengo and Professor Adamson Sinjani Muula.Through such lectures,the University is able to recognise the achievemnet of those who have risen to the highest academic rank and to introduce them to the public.Both Professors are from the School of Public Health and Family Medicine of College of Medicine.
The University of Malawi is inviting applications from suitably qualified persons for admission into its mature entry programmes for the 2015-2016 academic year
Minimum Entry Requirements for all applicants
Interested applicants should meet the following minimum requirements:
a) A Malawi School Certificate of Education or any equivalent O-Level qualification with at least 4 subjects passed with credit (6 subjects for some programmes) including ENGLISH LANGUAGE and other subjects specified in the table under point (d) below.
b) A University of Malawi Diploma or, a relevant Diploma from accredited programmes of the University of Malawi such as those offered at Domasi College of Education, Natural Resources College, Malawi College for Health Sciences, Theological College, St. John of God College or an equivalent Diploma from a recognized Institution of higher learning.
c) A minimum of 2 years post Diploma relevant work experience in a field related to the programme applied for.
For more information click on the link below:
MATURE ENTRY INTAKE FOR THE 2015/2016 ACADEMIC YEAR