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

Unima graduation

Part of the graduation ceremony at College of Medicine in Blantyre

The Polytechnic

One of the constituent Colleges of University of Malawi

The Polytechnic Library

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

Kamuzu college of Nursing (KCN) - Students doing practicals at Kamuzu Central Hospital

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

Chancellor College - Students in the library

Chancellor College

Chancellor College - The Great Hall

Chancellor College - Library

UNIMA Quality Assurance Workshop

UNIMA Senior Leadership Retreat was held in Mulanje from 18-19th February, 2014

 

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UNIVERSITY OF MALAWI HOLDS A LEADERSHIP RETREAT

In line with its vision of transforming the University of Malawi into a vibrant centre of excellence that truly serves the needs of the country and plays its role at the global level, the University of Malawi arranged a Senior Leadership Retreat in order to create a collective vision of success for the institution including its four constituent colleges. In his opening remarks at the retreat, the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. John Saka stated that the main objective of the retreat was to allow the leadership take stock of the systems and processes in the University and also review and prepare plans and modalities for implementing the University of Malawi strategic plan for the period 2012-2017.
The participants included the Senior Management team at the University Office, College Principals, Vice Principals, Registrars, Deans of Faculties of the four constituent colleges of the University of Malawi (Chancellor College, College of Medicine, Kamuzu College of Nursing and Polytechnic) and other senior staff from the library and finance sections.
The UNIMA Senior Leadership Retreat which was held in Mulanje from 18-19  February, 2014 has been described by the participants as highly successful and undoubtedly achieved its objectives. The Vice-Chancellor was commended for bringing together the senior leadership team of the University of Malawi to strengthen their leadership skills and enhance team building for the University to perform its role effectively both internally and externally.

MATURE ENTRY INTAKE FOR THE 2014/2015 ACADEMIC YEAR (REVISED VERSION)

The University of Malawi is inviting applications from suitably qualified persons for admission into its mature entry programmes for the 2014-2015 academic year.

  1. 1.    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 the full advert and application forms download below:

MATURE ENTRY INTAKE FOR THE 2014/2015 ACADEMIC YEAR (Revised Version)
APPLICATION FORM FOR THE 2014/15 ACADEMIC YEAR