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Leaders in eloquence: UNIMA students selected as Lex:lead essay competition winners

The University of Malawi consistently demonstrates excellence through its students and staff members, earning recognition both locally and internationally. In recent news, Mr. Benson Bandawe, a third-year student, and Ms. Ronica Kuthakwanasi, a second-year student, both pursuing a Bachelor of Laws (Honors), have emerged as winners in an internat...

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School of Education hosts Hiroshima University guests

At the University of Malawi, students often have the opportunity to interact with both fellow students and staff members from various international universities, which aids in their learning and gaining of valuable knowledge from scholars and peers worldwide. UNIMA regularly hosts visitors from these universities, so they can appreciate the camp...

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UNIMA appointed as Afrobarometer Survey Support Unit

In a landmark development, the University of Malawi has been selected as the latest survey support unit for Afrobarometer, a prestigious pan-African research network that conducts public attitude surveys on democracy, governance, the economy, and society. This strategic partnership marks a new era of collaboration between UNIMA and Afrobarometer...

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Arts industry excited about new programmes at UNIMA

In a world constantly evolving and embracing creativity, the School of Arts, Communication, and Design at the University of Malawi has unveiled six exciting new arts programmes that delve into the realms of drama, film production, fine art, music, fashion design, and creative arts. These new programs are set to provide students with the opportun...

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UNIMA Law students excel in Ian Fletcher Insolvency Moot Court Competition

The University of Malawi has made it to the quarter-finals of the Ian Fletcher International Insolvency Moot Court Competition, thereby making it to the top 8 in the competition! UNIMA’s team consists of three 4th year law students, namely, Charles Dokera, Rashiedah Winesi, and Martin Chirwa. The...

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