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2020/2021 ACADEMIC YEAR OPENING DATE FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS (NON-CLINICAL)

PRESS RELEASE

The College of Medicine Management would like to inform newly selected and continuing postgraduate students that the 2020/2021 academic year will commence on Monday 5th October, 2020. The programs opening are;

  • Master of Science in Global Health Implementation
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Science in Epidemiology

REGISTRATION

All students must register through SARIS from Monday, 5th October, 2020. A presentation link on how to register can be found on the College of Medicine website.

Registration period is two weeks from the opening date. Please ensure that you register within the required registration period. Students are reminded that rules and regulations pertaining to registration process shall apply and therefore should be strictly adhered to.

TUITION FEES

The tuition fees are payable in full or half upon registration. Please note the College of Medicine has a no fees no registration policy. Fees must be completed before the end of the academic year. A schedule on when the fees must be completed shall be provided. Failure to complete fees by the advised date shall result in being denied access to college facilities and services and subsequent withdrawal from the College.

Information regarding fees schedule are highlighted in your admission letters. All payments must be made directly to the bank and a receipt can be accessed from the students’ cashier. Those requiring an invoice may make the request through the office of the Assistant Registrar Academic (aracademic@medcol.mw). Invoices are issued once each academic year.

ALL CONTINUING STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE THEIR FEES FOR 2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR BEFORE THEY SIT FOR THEIR EXAMINATIONS OR SUBMIT THEIR THESES AND MUST MAKE SURE THAT THEY ARE REGISTERED IN SARIS FOR THAT ACADEMIC YEAR. PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE SHALL BE NO REGISTRATION TAKING PLACE FOR 2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR AFTER 4TH OCTOBER, 2020.

RESERVATIONS

Students who are not able to report for studies for the new academic year due to financial or other reasons may reserve a place for only one academic year. The request to reserve a place should be addressed to the College Registrar (registrar@medcol.mw) formally before the end of the registration period. If the College does not hear from you by the end of the registration period it shall deem you to have rejected the offer or voluntary withdrawn from the College and you shall be removed from the class list.

ORIENTATION AND ACADEMIC TIMETABLE

Please note that orientation will be online and your program coordinators will advise you on the timetables of the same and your academic timetable. Therefore you shall only be required to report to campus to complete your registration (new students) and when the program coordinators advise you to do so.

SCHOLARSHIPS

The College offers limited scholarships in collaboration with its partners. You may contact the Dean of Students (studentsdean@medcol.mw) to learn about available scholarships and your eligibility for the same.

COVID 19 PREVENTIVE MEASURES ON CAMPUS

At the time you are expected to have face to face teaching or visit the campus you will be required to follow Malawi Government Regulations and Guidelines and College by laws on Covid-19 prevention. The college and students are expected to both play a crucial role to promote Covid-19 transmission prevention.

1. Measures undertaken by the College

The College will ensure the following measures are taken to ensure minimal transmission of the corona virus;

  1. There shall be a mandatory screening process upon entrance into the college.
  2. All students arriving on campus shall go through screening and any student who shows symptoms will be tested for the corona virus.
  3. Students or staff that are tested positive shall be isolated in the college isolation unit pending their referral to national treatment and quarantine centers.
  4. All premises, including classrooms and hostels to be cleaned and disinfected regularly.
  5. A blended learning approach shall be adopted where e-learning shall be continue to be used where possible to reduce contact face to face hours in the classrooms.
  6. Social distancing shall be encouraged such that classrooms shall observe a 1 meter distance between students occupying the classrooms.
  7. Students learning in the hospitals shall not be expected to see COVID 19 suspect or COVID 19 positive patients.
  8. Information and reminders on Covid-19 prevention measures and updates shall be communicated through posters and other mediums.
  9. Wearing of masks shall be mandatory on college premises. (The college shall provide surgical masks and other PPE for clinical students learning in the hospital wards)
  10. Handwashing and hand sanitizing stations shall be placed in key entrances of the buildings on campus.
  11. A designated enforcement and monitoring officer shall be identified to monitor the compliance and progress of the situation on campus in terms of the spread of the corona virus.
  12. Standard operational procedures for students and staff shall be shared to all members of the college to follow

2. Student Responsibilities

All students must comply with the mandatory requirements

  1. Frequent and thorough handwashing with soap and water at designated handwashing stations
  2. Frequent hand sanitizing at hand sanitizing stations placed at designated spaces.
  3. Wear face masks at all times when in common areas.
  4. Observe social distancing of at least 2 meters at all times
  5. Social large gatherings such as religious, sports or general assemblies shall not be permitted.
  6. Students must limit movement outside campus
  7. Comply with all guidelines and SOPs provided by the college during the time of their stay.
  8. Students who are symptomatic or who have come in contact with a Covid-19 positive patient must not go to the hospital or classroom but must go to the campus clinic for screening or testing
  9. Students must sign an agreement form upon arrival acknowledging that they have no comorbidities and that the college will not be held liable for the effects of that comorbidity in relation to contracting the corona virus.
  10. Students must also agree to accept the risks of returning to campus during a pandemic and learning in a high risk environment. As such students shall have an option to formally reserve their place to return in the next academic year. This must be done so in writing through the office of the Dean of Students before their face to face teaching begins.
  11. International students are recommended to be tested in their country before they leave and present a letter of their status upon arrival. They will also be required to undergo mandatory testing and isolation for 10 days

We look forward to your joining and rejoining College of Medicine.

For further enquiries, please contact;

The College Registrar

College of Medicine

Private Bag 360

Chichiri

Blantyre 3

Tel: 01 871 911, 01 871498, 01876 058

Fax: 01 870 744

Email: registrar@medcol.mw

Website: www.medcol.mw

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