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PRESS RELEASE – KAMUZU UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES (KUHeS)

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION INTO THE MASTER OF SCIENCE (MSc) PROGRAMME IN SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH & RIGHTS RESEARCH


REVISED AND NEW CLOSING DATE

The College of Medicine (CoM, established in 1991, as a constituent college of the University of Malawi and with a mission “to be an academic centre of excellence in the training of doctors and other health professionals in clinical service and medical research, responsive to the health needs of Malawi and its neighbours within the Southern African region” is inviting applications into its newest postgraduate programme. The Department of Public Health (DoPH), in the School of Public Health and Family Medicine has gotten Senate approval to initiate a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Research (SRHRR). The CoM is now inviting applications from eligible students to apply for admission into this programme.
Admission Criteria
A candidate shall be eligible for admission into the Master of Science degree in SRHRR if they have any of the following:
a) A Bachelor of Science degree or any other relevant Bachelor’s degrees from a reputable accredited institution (e.g. medicine, nursing, biology, mathematics, statistics, psychology, demography, sociology, health management, public health and environmental health).
or
b) A Postgraduate Diploma in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Research
or
c) Postgraduate Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Research.
Applications for this postgraduate programme should include:

  1. A completed postgraduate application form. The forms are available at www.medcol.mw/application-forms/or CoM Central Registry
  2. Sealed academic transcripts
  3. Authenticated copies of academic certificates (by a lawyer, magistrate, or registrar of the awarding institution)
  4. Authenticated copies of professional registration certificates where applicable
  5. Letter of release from employers (if employed)
  6. Reference letters (one academic and one professional)
    A non-refundable application fee of MK10000.00 for Malawians and $30.00 for non-Malawians.
    Payment should be made to:
    COM POSTGRADUATE POOL
    NATIONAL BANK OF MALAWI
    CHICHIRI BRANCH
    ACCOUNT NUMBER: 698881
    CURRENT ACCOUNT
    Application forms that do not meet the requirements stated above will not be processed.
    Completed application should be sent:
    The Registrar
    College of Medicine
    Private Bag 360
    Chichiri
    Blantyre 3, Malawi
    Attention: Assistant Registrar (Academic)
    Tel: + 265 (0) 1 874 107, Fax +265 (0) 1 874 700
    E-mail: admissions@medcol.mw
    Copy: postgraduateadmin@medcol.mw
    Further information on this programme should be directed to the Programme Coordinator: Dr Effie Chipeta on: echipeta@medcol.mw
    Closing date for applications is 15th May 2021 2020.

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Call for applications for Pre-PhD training fellowship

Call for applications for Pre-PhD training fellowship

in clinical research for infectious diseases

The College of Medicine (CoM) in collaboration with its research partner (the Helse Nord RHF, Norway) is supporting research capacity strengthening through a fellowship programme in clinical epidemiology/public health. The programme also includes strengthening of capacity of microbiology laboratories within CoM to enhance antimicrobial stewardship.  The CoM/Helse Nord collaboration is hereby inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates for an 18 months full-time Pre-PhD fellowship to allow the candidate to develop concepts for PhD research and attend relevant preparatory courses.

Candidates must be interested in infectious diseases clinical research. Specific areas should be on the use of novel diagnostics for tuberculosis or COVID-19. The candidate will be involved in on-going research in the group related to tuberculosis and COVID-19 diagnosis.

Eligibility criteria are as follows:

  • Potential candidates must be Malawian nationals
  • Candidate must have a Medical degree and completed clinical internship
  • Those with a health related Master’s Degree or registered for a Master’s degree or with publications will have added advantage
  • At time of application students must submit a 1,500 word (excluding references) research concept or scientific opinion piece on the role of new diagnostic tests in reducing the burden of tuberculosis and COVID-19.

Suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications together with copies of relevant certificates, detailed CVs and names of three traceable referees to:

HOW TO APPLY

The Registrar,

College of Medicine,

P/Bag 360,

Chichiri

Blantyre 3

Indicate the name of the research project as HNTI on the envelope for hard copy applications and indicate the same in the subject line of your email for electronic submissions.

Electronic submissions should be sent to the following e-mail address by 17:00hrs

hr@medcol.mw copy  hnti@medcol.mw

Applications should reach the Registrar not later than 21st May, 2021. Only short-listed candidates will be acknowledged.  

MATURE ENTRY INTAKE FOR THE 2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

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The University of Malawi is inviting applications from suitably qualified persons for admission into its mature entry programmes for the 2021-2022 academic year.

  1. 1.    Minimum Entry Requirements for all applicants

Interested applicants should meet the following minimum requirements:

  • programme applied for.
College and ProgrammeAbbrevType of EntryDeclared SpaceMode of DeliveryMinimum Year of EntryProgramme DurationTuition Fee per AnnumAdditional Entry Requirements to those contained under Section 1 (a – c) above
School of Education – Chancellor College
Bachelor of Education (Language)UMA-BEDLEDMature15Full-timeYear 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Diploma in Education from a recognized institution. 4 subjects passed at MSCE or its equivalent with credit including English and other language subjects.
Bachelor of Education (Social Studies)UMA-BEDSEDMature15Full- timeYear 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Diploma in Education from a recognized institution. 4 subjects passed at MSCE or its equivalent with credit including English and social science subjects (History, Bible Knowledge, Geography, Social and Development Studies, Life skills education)
Bachelor of Education (Social Science)UMA-BEDSCEMature15Full- timeYear 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Diploma in Education from a recognized institution. 4 subjects passed at MSCE or its equivalent with credit including English and other science subjects (Mathematics, Biology, Physical Science/ General Science/ (Chemistry & Physics)  
Faculty of Humanities – Chancellor College
Bachelor of Arts Humanities (Philosophy)BAHPMature  15Full-timeYear 24 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,0006 Subjects passed with credit at MSCE and a 3 year Certificate or a 2 year recognized Diploma in Philosophy.    
Bachelor of Arts (Theology)BAHTMature      20Full-timeYear 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Recognized Diploma in Theology with credit or Diploma in Education majoring in Theology.      
Bachelor of Arts (Communication & Cultural Studies)BACCSMature  40Full-timeYear 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000    4 subjects passed with credit including English at MSCE or its equivalent and minimum of Diploma related to Media, and Communication, Journalism and Education.
Faculty of Science – Chancellor College
Bachelor of Science in GeographyBSCGMature                  25Full-timeYear 1 or Year 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,0001. Entry into Year 1: Learners with MSCE, “O” level equivalent, IGCSE, GCE with six credits including Geography, Mathematics, English and a credit in any other three subjects such as Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Studies, Agriculture and Social Studies. IGCSE and GCE shall be interpreted as follows: A=1 or 2; B=3 or 4; C= 5 or 6; D=7; E, F, G=8. 2. Entry into Year 2: Students with A-Level or IGSCE qualifications with at least C grade in Geography, Mathematics and English plus any other three subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Computer Studies, Agriculture and Social Studies. However, depending on the strength of the A-Level they will be required to audit first year course. A-Level qualifications shall be interpreted as: A=5; B=4; C=3; D=2; E=1. 3. Entry into year 3: Based on 6 subjects passed with at least a credit at MSCE including Geography and Mathematics  and a recognized diploma with credit in  Physical Planning, Education majoring in Geography, Environmental Studies, Land Administration, Transportation, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Ecotourism, Climate Change, Water Resources, or any other cognate disciplines of Geography and relevant work experience or  any related qualifications from a recognized institution of higher learning.
Bachelor of Science in GeologyBSCGEMature          10Full-timeYear 1or Year 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,0001. Entry into Year 1: Learners with MSCE, “O” level equivalent, IGCSE, GCE with six credits including Geography, Mathematics, English, Biology, Physics or Chemistry or General Science. IGCSE and GCE shall be interpreted as follows: A=1 or 2; B=3 or 4; C= 5 or 6; D=7; E, F, G=8. 2. Entry into Year 2:  A-Level with at least C grade in Physics, Biology, Geography, Chemistry and Mathematics. The learners will be required to audit first year Geology courses. A-Level qualifications shall be interpreted as: A=5; B=4; C=3; D=2; E=1. 3. Entry into year 3: Based on 6 subjects passed with at least a credit at MSCE including Geography and Mathematics and a recognized diploma with credit in  Environmental Geology, Hydrogeology, Mining, Mineral Exploration, Remote Sensing, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Seismology, Climate Change, Geophysics, Geochemistry, or any other cognate disciplines of Geology and relevant work experience or  any related qualifications from a recognized institution of higher learning.
Bachelor of Science in Food and NutritionBSCFN     15Full-timeYear 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,0006 subjects passed with credit at MSCE (or its equivalent) including English, Biology, Mathematics, Physical Science (or General Science/Chemistry & Physics) and a Food and Nutrition sciences related Diploma from a recognized institution such as those offered at Domasi and Nalikule  College of Education, Natural Resources College, Malawi College of Health Sciences, et-cetera
Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Science  BSCFCSMature    15Full-timeYear2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,0004 subjects passed with credit at MSCE including 3 Science subjects and English and a recognized Diploma in Home Economics or related programmes such as Community Health, Nutrition, Family Studies, Early Childhood Development and Education.
Bachelor of Science in PhysicsBSCPHYMature    30Full-timeYear 24 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,0006 subjects passed with credit at MSCE (or its equivalent) including English, Mathematics, Physical Science, Physics, General Science and Chemistry and a Diploma from a recognized institution (with a minimum of a credit) and having Physics as a major.
Bachelor of Science in ElectronicsBSCELEMature  30Full-timeYear 24 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,0006 subjects passed with credit at MSCE (or its equivalent) including English, Mathematics, Physical Science, Physics, General Science and Chemistry and a Diploma from a recognized institution (with a minimum of a credit) having Electronics or Electrical Engineering as a major.
Bachelor of Science in Biological SciencesBSCBIOMature    30Full- timeYear 1 or Year 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,0006 subjects passed with credit at MSCE (or its equivalent) including English, Biology, Mathematics, Physical Science (or General Science/Chemistry/ Physics) and a biological sciences related Diploma from a recognized institution such as those offered at Domasi College of Education, Natural Resources College, Malawi College of Health Sciences, et-cetera
Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science (Honours)BSCASCMature        10Full- timeYear 25 yearsMalawi -850,000.00 SADC USD 3,200 NON-SADC  USD5,000Holders of Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Economics or any other quantitative bachelor’s degree with an average pass of at least 65% in mathematics subjects.Those who have successfully completed 2 or more subjects (including financial mathematics) of the UK, US, Australian or South African actuarial boards. Holders of the Chartered Actuarial Analyst (CAA) qualification.Professionals holding the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) qualification or who have completed at least the first level of the CFA program (with an average pass of at least 65% in mathematics subjects).
Bachelor of Science In MathematicsBSCMATMature      25Full-timeYear 24 yearsMalawi -850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Learners with a diploma from the University of Malawi or from any other recognized institution shall be considered to start at 2nd year as long as the content of the diploma course included at least first year college mathematics.
Bachelor of Science In StatisticsBSCSTAMature        25Full-time    Year 24 yearsMalawi -850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Students with A-Level qualifications shall be required to have an aggregate of 6 points in the two principal subjects. A-Level qualifications shall be interpreted as: A=5; B=4; C=3; D=2; E=1.Learners with a diploma in Statistics from the University of Malawi or from any other recognized institution shall be considered to start at 2nd year or later years of the programme on case by case basis considering the number of credits the candidates have accumulated as per the Malawi Qualifications Framework (MAQF) and UNIMA Qualifications Framework.
Bachelor of Science In Information SystemsBSCINFMature            18Full-timeYear 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Entry into Year 2: Holders of University Certificate in Computer Science from the University of Malawi.       Holders of Diploma in Computing or any related field from a recognized institution of higher learning with a pass of distinction or credit and an MSCE with at least four credits including Mathematics, Physics/Physical Science and English. Entry into Year 3: Holders of an Advanced Diploma in Computing or any related field from a recognized institution of higher learning with a pass of distinction or credit and an MSCE with at least four credits including Mathematics, Physics/Physical Science and English.
Bachelor of Early Childhood DevelopmentBECDMature      20Full-timeYear 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Entry in Year 2: Learners with ‘MSCE with six credits’ or Equivalent and a relevant certificate or diploma in ECD will be considered to start in year two if they satisfy the required credits as stipulated in the UNIMA Qualifications Framework.  Entry in Year 3: Learners with UNIMA diploma in ECD or similar qualification will be considered for entry in the third year.
Diploma in StatisticsDIPSTAMature  502-week block releaseYear 21 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1, 200 NON-SADC USD 2,000Holders of any relevant post-secondary school  certificate with at least 2 years work experience and holders of MSCE or O-Level certificate of IGSCE or GCE or its equivalent at least 4 credits including Mathematics and English.
Faculty of Social Science – Chancellor College
Bachelor of Arts (Human Resource Management)HRMMature  50WeekendYear 34 yearsMWK 850,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,0004 credits including English at MSCE or its equivalent and Recognized Diploma in Management, Administration or Human Resource fields.  Those with a recognized Bachelor’s degree would also be considered.
Bachelor of Social Science in Law Enforcement Management and LeadershipBSOC LMLMature          20FulltimeYear 1 or 24 yearsMWK 850, 000.00 SADC USD 1.200 NON SADC USD 2,000Candidates with the following qualifications shall be admitted into year two of study on mature entry basis: A two year Diploma from University of Malawi recognized institutions (with a minimum of a Credit), and having accumulated a minimum of 240 credit hours. The diploma should be in any of the following disciplines: Law, Security Studies, and any Law Enforcement related Studies. Candidates should also have an MSCE with at least four credits, including English, Biology, Physical Science/Physics & Chemistry and Mathematics. Candidates may be required to start from first year where necessary. In addition to the above requirements, candidates to be admitted on mature entry shall have a minimum of two years progressive experience with Government of Malawi recognized law enforcement agency.
Bachelor of Arts in PsychologyBA-PSYMature      20Full-timeYear 2 or 34 yearsMalawi-K850, 000.00 SADC USD 1.200 NON SADC USD 2,000– 4 credits including English and Mathematics at MSCE or Equivalent and a diploma in a relevant field such as Social Work, Counselling, Community Development, Human Resource management, Education, Early Childhood Development, and Marketing plus a minimum of 2 years work experience in a relevant field. –  Those with any other bachelor’s degree and working in a psychology-related field will be considered.
Faculty of Medicine – College of Medicine
Bachelor of Science in Internal MedicineBIMMature10Full-timeYear 35 yearsMWK1,350,000  6 Subjects passed with credit at MSCE including English, Biology, Physical Science (or Chemistry/Physics) and Mathematics and a recognized Diploma in Clinical Medicine or its equivalent from a recognized institution plus at least two years working experience as a clinical officer providing surgical and other clinical care services, relevant to the programme chosen at a district or rural hospital. General clinical officers are also encouraged to apply for 3-year upgrading programmes leading to BAI (Hon) and BTO (Hon). Clinical officers already with Diplomas in Anaesthesia or Orthopedics   will do 2-year upgrading programmes leading to BAI and BTO respectively. Candidates must be registered with the Medical Council of Malawi. Additionally candidates must demonstrate evidence of leadership skills, excellent communication skills, commitment to providing clinical services at district or rural/mission hospitals in Malawi.      
Bachelor of Science in Obstetrics & GynecologyBOGMature10Full-timeYear 35 yearsMWK1,350,000  
Bachelor of Science in General SurgeryBSMature10Full-timeYear 35 yearsMWK1,350,000  
Bachelor of Science In Trauma and OrthopedicsBTOMature10Full-timeYear 35 yearsMWK1,350,000  
Bachelor of Science in Pediatrics & Child HealthBPCHMature10Full-timeYear 35 yearsMWK1,350,000  
Bachelor of Science in Anesthesia & Intensive CareBAIMature10Full-timeYear 35 yearsMWK1,350,000  
Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery Mature/ International          5Full-timeFoundation year5 yearsMWK1,350,000.00 Malawians, $5,722.58  SADC residents, $8,722.50  Non-SADC residentsA recognized Diploma in Clinical Medicine with at least two years relevant work experience and 6 MSCE/O-Level credits including English Language, Biology and Physical Science. Or
A Degree or Diploma in any field plus 6 MSCE or O-Level credits including Biology and Chemistry/Physical Science a third science subject like Physics or Mathematics. Interested candidates should have a grade of not more than “3 points” or “C” in Biology, Chemistry/Physical Science.
Bachelor of Dental Surgery Mature/ International                  3Full-timeFoundation year5 yearsMWK1,350,000.00 Malawians, $5,722.58  SADC residents, $8,722.50  Non-SADC residentsA recognized Diploma in Clinical Medicine with at least two years relevant work experience and 6 MSCE/O-Level credits including English Language, Biology and Physical Science. Or
A Degree or Diploma in any field plus 6 MSCE or O-Level credits including Biology and Chemistry/Physical Science a third science subject like Physics or Mathematics. Interested candidates should have a grade of not more than “3 points” or “C” in Biology, Chemistry/Physical Science.                  
Faculty of Biomedical Sciences and Health Professions
Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)BPharmMature/ International          3Full-timeFoundation year5 yearsMWK1,350,000.00 Malawians, $5,722.58  SADC residents, $8,722.50  Non-SADC residentsA recognized Diploma in Pharmacy with at least two years relevant work experience and 6 MSCE/O-Level credits including English Language, Biology and Physical Science. Or
A Degree or Diploma in any field plus 6 MSCE or O-Level credits including Biology and Chemistry/Physical Science a third science subject like Physics or Mathematics. Interested candidates should have a grade of not more than “4 points” or “C” in Biology, Chemistry/Physical Science.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)BPHYS Mature/ International    3Full-timeFoundation Year5 yearsMWK1,350,000.00 Malawians, $5,722.58  SADC residents, $8,722.50  Non-SADC residentsDiploma in Rehabilitation Technician with at least two years relevant work experience and 6 MSCE/O-Level credits including English language, Biology and Physical Science. Or
A Degree or Diploma in any field plus 6 MSCE or O-Level credits including Biology and Chemistry/Physical Science a third science subject like Physics or Mathematics. Interested candidates should have a grade of not more than “4 points” or “C” in Biology, Chemistry/Physical Science.                
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (Honours)BMLSMature          3Full-timeFoundation year5 yearsMWK1,350,000.00 Malawians, $5,722.58  SADC residents, $8,722.50  Non-SADC residentsDiploma in Medical Laboratory Technology/Science with at least two years relevant work experience and 6 MSCE/O-Level credits in Biology and Physical Science. Applicants will be admitted to the Foundation year of the programme and shall be exempted from studying the 3rd year of the programme. Or
A Degree or Diploma in any field plus 6 MSCE or O-Level credits including Biology and Chemistry/Physical Science a third science subject like Physics or Mathematics. Interested candidates should have a grade of not more than “4 points” or “C” in Biology, Chemistry/Physical Science.
School of Public Health and Family Medicine – College of Medicine
Bachelor of Science in Health ManagementBHMMature      36Full-timeYear 34 yearsMWK1,350,000.00 Malawians      A recognized Diploma with at least two years working experience in the health sector as a Health Service Manager (hospital administrator), Clinical Officer, Assistant Environmental Health Officer, Pharmacy Technician, Human Resource Officer, Health Information Officer and Registered Nurse/Midwife.  
Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Honours)BDSMature            5Full-time  Foundation5 yearsMWK1,350,000.00 Malawians, $5,722.58  SADC residents, $8,722.50  Non-SADC residentsA recognized Diploma in Clinical Medicine with at least two years relevant work experience and 6 MSCE/O-Level credits including English Language, Biology and Physical Science. Or
A Degree or Diploma in any field plus 6 MSCE or O-Level credits including Biology and Chemistry/Physical Science a third science subject like Physics or Mathematics. Interested candidates should have a grade of not more than “4 points” or “C” in Biology, Chemistry/Physical Science.
Bachelor of Science in Palliative Care (Honours)BPACMature  25Full-timeYear 35 yearsMWK1,350,000.00/year MalawiansMSCE/O-Level six credits including Credits in Biology, Physical Science/ Chemistry and Physics, English and Mathematics. A diploma in in Nursing or Clinical Medicine. Post diploma relevant working experience of at least two years in the clinical or nursing area, registered with the relevant regulatory bodies (e.g. Medical Council of Malawi or the Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi)
Faculty of Midwifery, Neonatal and Reproductive Health Studies – Kamuzu College of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Midwifery  BMID    Mature              20            Full-time        Year 3            4 years            MWK950,000. 00 for Malawians   SADC $5,691   Non-SADC $6, 431MSCE/O-Level six credits including Credits in Biology, Physical Science/ Chemistry and Physics, English and MathematicsUniversity Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery   Be registered with Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi or an equivalent regulatory body   All candidates are expected to have at least 2 years of work experience in either nursing or midwifery
b. University Certificate in MidwiferyUCMMature      20Full-timeYear 11 yearMWK950,000.00Bachelor of Science in Nursing from a recognized institutionUniversity Diploma in Nursing   Be registered with Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi or an equivalent regulatory body.  
Faculty of Applied Health Studies – Kamuzu College of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in        Nursing and    Midwifery EducationBNMEMature          20      Full timeYear 34 yearsMK950,000. 00 for Malawians   SADC $5,691   Non-SADC $6, 4311. MSCE/O-Level six credits including Credits in Biology, Physical Science/ Chemistry & Physics, English and Mathematics University Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery   Be registered with Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi or an equivalent regulatory body.   All candidates are expected to have at least 2 years of work experience in either nursing or midwifery.
Bachelor of Science in      Health Services      Management    BHSMMature20Full timeYear 34 YearsMWK950,000. 00 for Malawians   SADC $5,691   Non-SADC $6, 431  1. MSCE/O-Level six credits including Credits in Biology, Physical Science/ Chemistry & Physics, English and Mathematics University Diploma in Nursing or University Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery   Be registered with Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi or an equivalent regulatory body.   All candidates are expected to have at least 2 years of work experience in either nursing or midwifery
Faculty of Community Health Studies – Kamuzu College of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Community Health Nursing      BCHN            Mature          20Full time34 years   MWK950,000. 00 for Malawians   SADC $5,691   Non-SADC $6, 431  1. MSCE/O-Level six credits including credits in Biology, Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry, English and Mathematics 2. University Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery   Be registered with Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi or an equivalent regulatory body   All candidates are expected to have at least 2 years of work experience in either nursing or midwifery
Bachelor of Science in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing      BMH  Mature        20Full time34 years   MWK950,000. 00 for Malawians   SADC $5,691   Non-SADC $6, 431  1. MSCE/O-Level six credits including credits in Biology, Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry, English and Mathematics 2. University Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery 3. University Diploma in Nursing   Be registered with Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi or an equivalent regulatory body   All candidates are expected to have at least 2 years of work experience in either nursing or midwifery  
Faculty of Nursing Studies – Kamuzu College of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in            Adult Health Nursing    BAHNMature        20Full time34 yearsMWK950,000. 00 for Malawians   SADC $5,691   Non-SADC $6, 431  1. MSCE/O-Level six credits including credits in Biology, Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry, English and Mathematics 2. University Diploma in Nursing   Be registered with Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi or an equivalent regulatory body.   All candidates are expected to have at least 2 years of work experience in either nursing or midwifery  
Bachelor of Science in Child Health Nursing  BCHIMature        20Full time34 yearsMWK950,000. 00 for Malawians   SADC $5,691   Non-SADC $6, 431  1. MSCE/O-Level six credits including credits in Biology, Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry, English and Mathematics 2. University Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery.   Be registered with Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi or an equivalent regulatory body.   All candidates are expected to have at least 2 years of work experience in either nursing or midwifery  
c. Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Midwifery (upgrading)BNMKCN-ME (UP)    MatureFull timeYear 24 years    MK950,000. 00 for Malawians   SADC $5,691   Non-SADC $6, 431    1. MSCE/O-Level six credits including credits in Biology, Physical Science or Physics and Chemistry/ General Science, English and Mathematics. 2. College Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery from a recognized institution e.g. CHAM institutions and Malawi College of Health Sciences.   Be registered with Nurses and Midwives Council of Malawi or an equivalent regulatory body.   All candidates are expected to have at least 2 years of work experience in either nursing or midwifery  
Faculty of Built Environment – Polytechnic
Bachelor of Science in Architectural StudiesBARCMature    5Full-timeYear 24 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2, 000Diploma in Architectural Studies or any other related programme and MSCE with additional credits in Mathematics and Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry.
Bachelor of Science in Land Economy (Honours)BLEMature    5Full-timeYear 25 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000 Diploma in Land Economy, Valuation Surveying or any other related programme plus MSCE with additional credits in Mathematics and Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry.
Bachelor of Science in Land Surveying (Honours)BLSMature    5Full-timeYear 25 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Higher National Diploma (HND) or Diploma in Land Surveying, Cartography, Photogrammetry, Hydrographic Surveying or Civil Engineering and be a member of the Surveyors Institute of Malawi plus MSCE with additional credits in Mathematics Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry and Geography.
Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying (Honours)BQSMature    5Full-timeYear 25 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Diploma in Quantity Surveying, Quantity Surveying Technician Certificate Part 1 and 2 from a recognized institution or City and Guilds Advanced Diploma in Construction and be a member of the Architects and Quantity Surveying Board plus MSCE with additional credits in Mathematics and Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry.
Bachelor of Science in Physical Planning (Honours)BPPMature    5Full-timeYear 25 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Diploma in Physical Planning/City & Guilds Advanced Diploma in related fields & be a member of Malawi Institute of Physical Planners. MSCE with additional credits in Mathematics, Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry and Geography.
Faculty of Commerce – Polytechnic
Bachelor of Business Administration (Generic)BBAMature  60 weekend classesYear 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 900,000 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Diploma in Business Studies from University of Malawi or an Advanced Diploma in Business Studies/Administration from a recognized institution or examining body plus at least 4 MSCE/O-Level credits including English and Mathematics.
Bachelor of AccountancyBACMature        60weekend classesYear 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000For Year 2 entry:  ACCA Diploma in Accounting from a recognized examining body and at least 4 MSCE/O-Level credits including English and Mathematics. For Year 3 entry: PAEC/ICAM Diploma in Accounting from a recognized examining body and at least 4 MSCE/O-Level credits including English and Mathematics., or ACCA Diploma plus completion of ALL the fundamental modules
Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics ManagementBPLMMature    30Weekend  classesYear 34 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Graduate Diploma in Purchasing and Supply Management or Diploma in Business Studies from a recognized examining body and at least 4 MSCE/O-Level credits including English and Mathematics.
Bachelor of Commerce (Internal Auditing)BCOMIAMature  15WeekdayYear 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Diploma in commerce related fields or Diploma in Business Studies from a recognized examining body and at least 4 MSCE/O-Level credits including English and Mathematics.
Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and FinanceBAFMature  20  WeekdayYear 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000For Year 2 entry: Diploma in Banking and Finance or Diploma in Business/Administration or ACCA Diploma in Accountancy or a Diploma in a related field from a recognized examining body and at least 4 MSCE/O-Level credits including English and Mathematics. For year 3 entry: Advanced Diploma in Banking and Finance or Diploma in Business Studies from University of Malawi or PAEC Diploma in Accountancy or an Advanced Diploma in a related field from a recognized examining body and at least 4 MSCE/O-Level credits including English and Mathematics.
Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing)BBAMMature    20WeekdayYear 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Diploma in Business Studies from University of Malawi or an Advanced Diploma in Business Studies/Administration/Marketing or/ Diploma in a related field from a recognized institution or examining body and at least 4 MSCE/O-Level credits including English and Mathematics.
Faculty of Applied Sciences – Polytechnic
Bachelor of Science in Information TechnologyBITMature4Full timeYear 24yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000University of Malawi OR recognized institution Diploma in Information Technology or Information Systems, City and Guilds Advanced Diploma or any Diploma in ICT related programmes and additional MSCE credits in Mathematics and Physical Science (BIT); and University of Malawi Diploma in Information Technology or Information Systems, City and Guilds Advanced Diploma or any Diploma in ICT related programmes and additional MSCE credits in Mathematics (BMIS)      
Bachelor of Science in Management Information SystemsBMIS4Year 24yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Laboratory TechnologyBILTMature4Full timeYear 24 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000University of Malawi OR recognized institution Diploma in Industrial Laboratory Technology (DILT) or any related qualification obtained from an accredited institution and MSCE/ O Levels with credits in Mathematics, Physical Science, General Science/Biology and English. At least two years’ work experience for those who obtained Diploma with pass (i.e. those without a credit or distinction).
Bachelor of Science in Environmental HealthEHMature4Full timeYear 24 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Environmental Health from Malawi College of Health Sciences or Diploma in Public Health from University of Malawi MSCE/ O level with at least credits passes in English, Mathematics, Biology and Physical Science/ Physics & Chemistry. At least 2 years working experience.
Faculty of Engineering
Bachelor of Civil Engineering – Structures         (Honours)BCESMature      2Full timeYear 2 or Year 35 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Civil Engineering or relevant engineering field and science plus two years relevant experience and in addition, MSCE with credits in English, Mathemetics and Physical Science or general science. For entry into year 3 , candidates must have a UNMA Diploma in Civil Engineering and two years of relevant post diploma experience.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering -Transport (Honours)BCETMature    2Full timeYear 2 or Year 35 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Civil Engineering or  relevant engineering field and science plus two years relevant experience and in addition MSCE with credits in English, Mathemetics and Physical Science or general science. For entry into year 3 , candidates must have a UNMA Diploma in Civil Engineering and two years of relevant post diploma experience.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering – Water (Honours)BCEWMature    2Full timeYear 2 or Year 35 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Civil Engineering or  relevant engineering field and science plus two years relevant experience and in addition, MSCE with credits in English, Mathemetics and Physical Science or general science. For entry into year 3 , candidates must have a UNMA Diploma in Civil Engineering and two years of relevant post diploma experience
Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Honours)BEEEMature    18Evening ClassesYear 2 or Year 35 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Electrical Engineering or advanced City and Guilds Diploma in Electrical Engineering plus two years relevant experience and in addition, MSCE with credits in Mathemetics and Physical Science or general science. For entry into year 3 , candidates must have a UNIMA Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and two years of relevant post diploma experience.
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering (Honours)BBMEMature      2Evening ClassesYear 2 or Year 35 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Electrical Engineering or advanced City and Guilds Diploma in Electrical Engineering plus two years relevant experience and in addition MSCE with credits in English, Mathemetics, Biology and Physical Science or general science. For entry into year 3 , candidates must have a UNMA Diploma in Biomedical Engineering and two years of relevant post diploma experience
  Bachelor of Mining Engineering (Honours)  BMEN  Mature      2  Full time  Year 2 or Year 3  5 YearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000For entry into year 2, candidates must have a  Diploma in Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering or other science-related field. For entry into year 3, candidates must have BSc in Civil or Mechanical Engineering and Diploma in Mining Engineering with 2 years of relevant post diploma experience
Bachelor of  Geological Engineering (Honours)BGENMature      2  Full time  Year 2 or Year 3  5 YearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000For  Entry in year 2, candidates must have  BSc and Diploma in engineering fields other  than Geological, Civil and Mechanical Engineering and any other science-related fields but must attend and pass Drawing 1 and 2, and Computer Programming. For Entry into year 3, candidates must have BSc in Civil or Mechanical Engineering and Diploma in Geological Engineering with 2 years of relevant post diploma experience.  
Bachelor of  Metallurgy and Mineral Processing Engineering (Honours)BMMPMature      2Full timeYear 2 or Year 35 YearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000For entry in year two ; candidates must have City and Guilds advanced Diploma in Mechanical related fields or its equivalent with two years post qualification experience in Metallurgy and Mineral Processing engineering field. For Entry into year 3, candidates must have Diploma in Metallurgy and Mineral Processing Engineering with two years of relevant post qualification experience for entry in year three
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours)BMEMature Entry    2Full timeYear 2 or Year 35 YearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Mechanical Enginering or Advanced City and Guilds Diploma in Mechanical Engineering plus two years experience and in addition MSCE with credits in Mathemetics and Physical Science or general science or Physics and Chemistry For entry into year 3, candidates must have a UNIMA Diploma in Automobile Engineering and two years of relevant post diploma experience
Bachelor of Automobile Engineering (Honours)BAEMature Entry    2Full timeYear 2 or Year 35 YearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Automobile Enginering or Advanced City and Guilds Diploma in Automobile Engineering plus two years experience and in addition MSCE with credits in Mathemetics and Physical Science or general science or Physics and Chemistry
For entry into year 3, candidates must have a UNIMA Diploma in Automobile Engineering and two years of relevant post diploma experience        
Bachelor of Industrial Engineering (Honours)BIEMature Entry  2Full timeYear 25 YearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Production, Mechanical or Manufacturing Systems Engineering; or Advanced City and Guilds Diploma in Production, Mechanical or manufacturing Systems Engineering plus two years experience and in addition MSCE with credits in Mathemetics and Physical Science or general science or Physics and Chemistry    
Bachelor of Energy Engineering (Honours)BEEMature Entry  2Full timeYear 25 YearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 2,400 NON-SADC  USD4,000Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, Plant Engineering or its equivalent, plus two years experience and in addition MSCE with credits in Mathemetics and Physical Science or General science or Physics and Chemistry.    
Faculty of Education and Media Studies
Bachelor of Education (Business Studies)EBSMature      4Full-time    Year 24 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Recognized Diploma in Education or Diploma in a business / management field or equivalent plus an additional MSCE credit in English and Mathematics.
Full timeYear 34 yearsMalawi -900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Recognized Diploma in Education and Diploma in a business / management field or equivalent plus an additional MSCE credit in English and Mathematics.
Bachelor of Technical Education (Science)BTEDMature    4Full-timeYear 24 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Recognized Diploma in any technical related field or equivalent obtained plus an additional MSCE credit Mathematics and Physical Science/Biology/General Science/ Chemistry & Physics.
Year 34 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Recognized Diploma in Education and Diploma in any Technical field or equivalent plus an additional MSCE credit in Mathematics and Physical Science/Biology/General Science/ Chemistry & Physics.
Bachelor of Business CommunicationBBCMature entry  4Week-end classesYear 24 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Recognized Diploma in Journalism, Communication Studies, Marketing and Public Relations. 4 MSCE/O-Level credits in social science subjects including English Language.
Bachelor of Arts in JournalismJOU-PMature entry  4Weekend classesYear 24 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000Diploma in Journalism or Mass Communication from a recognized institution (from Internationally recognized universities and those recognized by the African Commonwealth Universities) plus MSCE with additional credits in any other social science subjects.
Bachelor of Technical Education (Technology)BTECHMature entry4Full timeYear 2 or Year 34 yearsMWK 900,000.00 SADC USD 1,200 NON-SADC  USD2,000  Mature entry applicants with MSCE/O-level credits including English, Mathematics. Diploma in education or diploma in business or computer studies field and two years’ work experience will be admitted in second year. Diploma in education and diploma in a business or computer studies field and two years’ work experience will be admitted in third year.
  • NOTE:

Candidates who were withdrawn from the University of Malawi or any other public university on academic grounds and those already registered with the University of Malawi or any other public university as residential, non-residential or mature students ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR ADMISSION.

  • TUITION FEES PER ANNUM

Please note that the fees indicated above are subject to change anytime.

Application forms can be obtained on written request or in person from the address given below and it can also be downloaded from www.unima.mw or www.cc.ac.mw or www.medcol.mw or www.poly.ac.mw or www.kcn.unima.mw Duly completed application forms together with proof of payment of a non-refundable application fee of K12, 000.00 for Malawian candidates and U$25 for international applicants should be sent to the same address andnot to any constituent college of the University of Malawi. Applicants should attach a deposit slip as proof of payment of an appropriate application fee.

ALL APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO DEPOSIT THEIR APPLICATION FEE TO THE FOLLOWING BANK ACCOUNT:

BANK NAME: NATIONAL BANK OF MALAWI

ACCOUNT NAME: UNIMA REVENUE ACCOUNT

ACCOUNT NUMBER:1002239236

SWIFT CODE: NBMAMWMW

SORT CODE/BRANCH CODE: 006

The address for obtaining and submitting application forms is:

The University Registrar

            University Office

            P.O. Box 278

            ZOMBA

            (Attention: Admissions Office)

            www.unima.mw

            Phone : 01 526622

            Fax      : 01 524 760

A complete application package MUSTinclude the following:

  1. /Diplomas/certificates/academic transcripts which have been indicated on the application form. These must be duly certified as true copies of the originals by a recognized Commissioner of Oaths.

ANY APPLICATION FORM THAT WILL NOT INCLUDE THE ABOVE MENTIONED DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED!

The closing date for receiving applications is FRIDAY, 30TH APRIL 2021

MHIRST CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: HEALTH ECONOMICS EVALUATION SHORT COURSE

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

INTRODUCTION


The College of Medicine (CoM) was established in 1991 as a constituent college of the University of Malawi. Its mission is “to be an academic centre of excellence in the training of doctors and other health professionals in clinical service and medical research, responsive to the health needs of Malawi and its neighbours within the Southern African region”. Since 2015, the National Institutes of Health-Fogarty International Centre in the USA has been funding the CoM and University of North Carolina to establish and roll-out the Malawi HIV Implementation Science Research Training (M-HIRST) Program which aims at building and strengthening local capacity for designing and conducting research studies to generate evidence that accelerates the scale up of evidence-based HIV interventions. In 2020, the Kamuzu College of Nursing (KCN) joined the M-HIRST program which will operate until 2025.
The Malawi HIV Implementation Research Scientist Training (M-HIRST) program is seeking applications from postgraduate students, academics, research scientists, program implementers or policy makers from institutions that conduct health-related research or implement HIV programs in Malawi, who have interest in or are currently conducting Health Economics Evaluation (HEE) activities. Applicants will complete a blended virtual and physical online course in collaboration with the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill – UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health and the College of Medicine.


COURSE SUMMARY:


Health care technology is defined broadly as: “programs, processes, procedures, drugs or other interventions aimed at improving health, preventing disease, alleviating symptoms or postponing death of human populations”. This course provides an introduction to the methods and application of economic evaluation to health care technologies. Policy makers should allocate resources to the most efficient competing technologies and ensure equity in access to cost-effective technologies; these decisions can be informed, but not dictated by, quantitative analyses of costs and benefits. Topics covered in the course include basic methods used to identify when an economic evaluation may be useful, measure and summarize health outcomes and estimate their value to patients or to the public, identify resources used and estimate their costs, and understand and interpret cost-effectiveness results. Please note that this short course provides a basic framework for the data and information you will need to understand economic evaluations; at the end of this short course, you will not have comprehensive knowledge or expertise.
This course is fully funded by MHIRST and will be a blended delivery i.e. virtual and in-person sessions in Blantyre from 10th to 14th May 2021, with a reduced number of participants to comply with all COVID-19 preventive measures.


INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


This course has two broad learning objectives: to teach students techniques enabling them to: (1) to understand when health economic evaluations may be useful and basic requirements for conducting one, and (2) understand and interpret results of economic evaluations.
I. Techniques for Economic Evaluation of Health Care – Students will learn about the rationale for conducting a health economic evaluation and be able to describe health outcomes and cost measures that are relevant to healthcare decisions, reflecting the perspective of the analysis. Students also will learn how to identify relevant data and adjust these as needed for analyses and interpretation (Objectives 1-5).
II. Understand, Report and Interpret Results of Economic Analyses – Students are expected to understand the requirements for reporting economic analyses and be able to critique in a clear and appropriate manner economic evaluations (Objective 6).
ELIGIBILITY

  1. Currently enrolled in or completed a health-related postgraduate training program ( Master’s degree or PhD);
  2. Prior completion of introductory modules in statistics and epidemiology.
  3. Basic working knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
  4. Employed in an academic or research institution, government or non-governmental organization implementing HIV-related or HEE programs in Malawi or have strong linkages with public institutions or non-governmental institutions that have a track history of delivering HIV services.
  5. Able to identify and conduct a health economic evaluation research project at their respective institution (applicants with an identified health economics evaluation research question to pursue will be prioritized).
  6. Have a supervisor or mentor with strong background in HIV or HEE research or service delivery.
    APPLICATION PROCESS
    Interested applicants are required to:
     Fill-out an application form using the following link: HEE SHORTCOURSE APPLICATION FORM
     Submit a motivation or letter of interest (not more than one page) detailing why they want to do the course.
     Submit a one-page summary of their proposed HEE research idea.
     Submit their updated Biosketch or Curriculum Vitae and all documents as a single PDF document to the CoM M-HIRST Project Coordinator – mhirstcoordinator@medcol.mw
    The deadline for receiving applications is Wednesday, 21st April 2021 at 17:00 hrs. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION INTO THE MASTER OF SCIENCE (MSc) PROGRAMME IN SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH & RIGHTS RESEARCH

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

The College of Medicine (CoM, established in 1991, as a constituent college of the University of Malawi and with a mission “to be an academic centre of excellence in the training of doctors and other health professionals in clinical service and medical research, responsive to the health needs of Malawi and its neighbours within the Southern African region” is inviting applications into its newest postgraduate programme. The Department of Public Health (DoPH), in the School of Public Health and Family Medicine has gotten Senate approval to initiate a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Research (SRHRR). The CoM is now inviting applications from eligible students to apply for admission into this programme.

Admission Criteria

A candidate shall be eligible for admission into the Master of Science degree in SRHRR if they have any of the following:

  1. A Bachelor of Science degree or any other relevant Bachelor’s degrees from a reputable accredited institution (e.g. medicine, nursing, biology, mathematics, statistics, psychology, demography, sociology, health management, public health and environmental health).

or

  • A Postgraduate Diploma in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Research

or

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Research.

Applications for this postgraduate programme should include:

  1. A completed postgraduate application form. The forms are available at www.medcol.mw/application-forms/or CoM Central Registry
  2. Sealed academic transcripts
  3. Authenticated copies of academic certificates (by a lawyer, magistrate, or registrar of the awarding institution)
  4. Authenticated copies of professional registration certificates where applicable
  5. Letter of release from employers (if employed)
  6. Reference letters (one academic and one professional)

A non-refundable application fee of MK10000.00 for Malawians and $30.00 for non-Malawians.

Payment should be made to:

COM POSTGRADUATE POOL

NATIONAL BANK OF MALAWI

CHICHIRI BRANCH

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 698881

CURRENT ACCOUNT

Application forms that do not meet the requirements stated above will not be processed.

Completed application should be sent:

The Registrar

College of Medicine

Private Bag 360

Chichiri

Blantyre 3, Malawi

Attention: Assistant Registrar (Academic)

Tel: + 265 (0) 1 874 107, Fax +265 (0) 1 874 700

E-mail: admissions@medcol.mw

Copy: postgraduateadmin@medcol.mw

Further information on this programme should be directed to the Programme Coordinator: Dr Effie Chipeta on: echipeta@medcol.mw

Closing date for applications is 28th April 2020.

MHIRST INTERNSHIPS: 2021 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

INTRODUCTION
The College of Medicine (CoM) was established in 1991 as a constituent college of the University of Malawi. Its mission is “to be an academic centre of excellence in the training of doctors and other health professionals in clinical service and medical research, responsive to the health needs of Malawi and its neighbours within the Southern African region”. Since 2015, the National Institutes of Health-Fogarty International Centre in the USA has been funding the CoM and University of North Carolina to establish and roll-out the Malawi HIV Implementation Science Research Training (M-HIRST) Program which aims at building and strengthening local capacity for designing and conducting research studies to generate evidence that accelerates the scale up of evidence-based HIV interventions. In 2020, the Kamuzu College of Nursing (KCN) joined the M-HIRST program which will operate until 2025.
The MHIRST Internship program is developed to allow an intensive practical experience for trainees to gain HIV implementation science skills. As a research career progresses, a broad range of skills are necessary including research question development, data collection and analysis skills, problem solving, and research project and financial management. Given the critical need for HIV-focused implementation science skills in Malawi, we have created opportunities for internship placements in operational settings throughout Malawi where HIV-focused research is ongoing and on-site supervision is available. Successful applicants will be required to complete a 4 – 6 month internship between May – December 2021. The MHIRST project will support successful interns with a monthly stipend and his/her hosting institution will receive funding to cover research costs.
Eligibility
Applicants must be familiar with the Malawi Ministry of Health HIV programs and should be one of the following:
a. A full-time staff member of one of the MHIRST consortium organizations (CoM, KCN & UNC), PEPFAR implementing partner or the Ministry of Health (a limit of two applications per organization will be accepted)
b. A master’s or doctoral student at the University of Malawi or at an accredited Malawian or other regional university in a health-related field i.e Epidemiology, Public Health, Biostatistics.
c. A recent graduate of a postgraduate degree program from an accredited institution (Completed not earlier than 2019).
Application Procedure
To be considered for the MHIRST internship program applicants must submit the following as one complete PDF document to the mhirstcoordinator@medcol.mw:
 A two-page cover letter that indicates your research interest and related experience in response to a specific MHIRST internship placement opportunity.
 A two-page HIV implementation research concept in line with priority areas at the placement site.
 A biosketch in NIH format (a template can be accessed here .
 Two letters of recommendation; one from an academic program director or academic/ research supervisor, and the other one from a current professional supervisor who should indicate the applicant’s availability to participate in this internship program. Referees should email their letters directly to the MHIRST Coordinator at mhirstcoordinator@medcol.mw.
The deadline for receiving applications is 9th April 2021 at 1700hrs
Internship Placement Descriptions
Organization: Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation Malawi, Tingathe Program
Site Supervisor: Katie Simon/Maria Kim
Internship Description: Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation Malawi is one of three main PEPFAR care and treatment partners in Malawi and has managed multiple cooperative agreements with USAID for close to 10 years. BCM-CFM via the Tingathe program and in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, supports HIV prevention, care and treatment focused efforts in seven districts and over 130 health facilities in Malawi.
The M-HIRST intern will work with the Research and Strategic Information/Monitoring and Evaluation division and Programming division. Together these divisions support research, quality improvement (QI), and evaluations to improve Baylor-Malawi’s PEPFAR supported HIV and AIDS prevention, care and support and treatment and cross-cutting programs. The intern will conduct a QI initiative under mentorship, to improve the quality of delivery of one of Tingathe’s HIV related services. Examples of potential services include: self-testing, intimate partner violence screening, new client welcome service enrolment, intensive adherence counselling, TB screening, infection control for COVID/TB. Mentors will work with interns to identify a specific QI challenge, design the QI plan, oversee implementation of the plan, as well as develop and disseminate results.
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Organization: Lighthouse Trust
Site Supervisor: Associate Professor Hannock Tweya
Location: Lilongwe, Malawi.
Internship Description: Lighthouse Trust is a World Health Organization (WHO) recognized Centre of Excellence for HIV management, established in 2004. It works in close collaboration with the Malawi Ministry of Health (MOH) to operate integrated HIV testing, treatment and care clinics in four CoEs namely Kamuzu Central hospital (LH-KCH), Bwaila hospital (LH-MPC), Queen Elizabeth Central hospital (LH-UFC), and Zomba Central Hospital (LH-Tisungane). Lighthouse also provides direct service delivery and technical support in HIV care through the District Support Programs in Mzimba north and south, Rumphi, Likoma, Nkhatabay, and Ntchisi districts, and ten prototype clinics in Lilongwe district. The centers of Excellency provide HIV services to more than 60,000 clients, and together with the DSPs and prototype sites the total number of clients exceeds 130,000.
Lighthouse Trust offers a practical internship program to healthcare professionals in the following areas:

  1. Integrated HIV Service Delivery: includes comprehensive HIV care, Comprehensive Tuberculosis care, Kaposi’s sarcoma diagnosis and treatment, Cervical cancer screening and treatment, Family planning and STI management, and psychosocial and nutritional support.
  2. Differentiated service delivery models: Students acquire practical skills on Differentiated care models including 6 multi-monthly refills, management of adolescents on ART through TEENS clubs, Nurse led Community ART Program (NCAP), and Advanced HIV disease management.
  3. Operations Research: LH trust provides a conducive environment for students to gain and sharpen their research skills. Students are offered support to develop and implement research of their interest. Specific areas include development of research question, Proposal
    development, IRB processes, development of data collection tools, data cleaning, analysis and results dissemination.
    The work station is Lighthouse Kamuzu Central hospital and Martin Preuss CoEs in Lilongwe
    Additional Qualifications
  4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  5. Computer skills with word processing, spreadsheets, and statistical data analysis etc.
    Requirements
    Interested students shall be required to develop internship objectives and discuss with site supervisor prior to initiation of the program.
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    Organization: Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), Malawi
    Site Supervisor: Dr. Lester Kapanda
    Location: Lilongwe, Malawi.
    Internship Description: EGPAF, Malawi research department in liaison with the programme (care and treatment) team is willing to host self-motivated implementation research science intern (s). The foundation is working on health related projects with the aim of supporting and strengthening the health system in Malawi and will offer a solid education to interns of all levels and prepare them for active roles in research, programme implementation and provision of policy directions. Currently the foundation is working on COVID-19 Syndromic Surveillance, Patient and Population Outcomes, HPV Vaccine Surveillance and Advanced HIV Disease. This is a very exciting opportunity for upcoming implementation science researchers, managers and we look forward to working with the intern during their placement as they grow their skills. Our growth-oriented research is dedicated to providing you with valuable learning opportunities as you share your ideas and creativity with them.
    Responsibilities
     Contribute to study planning, development of study protocols, related standard operating procedures (SOPs), data collection tools and informed consent forms
     Participate in training of research assistants, staff from other departments including district teams
     Participate in data gathering through interviews, field observation and or data abstraction
     Assist with monitoring compliance with study ethical provisions and consenting processes
     Assist with timely compilation and submission of study related documents for ethics review including progress reports
     Assist with data entry, generating and reporting queries, data cleaning and carrying some preliminary analyses
     Provide support for the development of concepts, abstracts and manuscripts
     Present data-driven recommendations to the research and other departments within EGPAF
     Participate in regular meetings to review progress including stakeholder and sensitization meetings in preparation for implementation of research projects
    Benefits
    · Shadowing, mentoring, and training opportunities with our experienced research team
    · Gaining competencies in principles of research ethics, protection of human participants mitigation of risks during study participation, compiling and reporting of adverse events, protocol deviations and violations
    · Hands-on application of quantitative and qualitative research skills plus development of study collection tools
    · Opportunity to attend and present during weekly meetings and occasional networking events with other department such as SI&E, HIS and including district teams
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    Organization: Partners In Health/ Abwenzi Pa Za Umoyo
    Site Supervisor: Chiyembekezo Kachimanga, Chief Medical Officer
    Location: Neno, Malawi.
    Internship Description:
    Improving close monitoring of intensive adherence counseling sessions for HIV patients with high viral load in Neno.
    In the past decade, Malawi has doubled its capacity to provide viral load testing for HIV infected patients, as the “gold standard” for monitoring the response to Antiretroviral therapy. As the viral load capacity increases, the utilization of viral load results for clinical decisions should improve. According to Malawi HIV guidelines, one of the steps after a detectable viral load in HIV patients on treatment is to follow up with intensive adherence counselling, since a suboptimal adherence to Antiretroviral drugs may be the cause for detectable viral load. In 2019, only 59% of patients with a detectable viral load had completed their necessary intensive adherence counselling sessions nationally. In the same year, 65% of patients with high viral load test results did not have any clinical decision made after 6 months of a high viral load result.
    In Neno, the picture is no different, even though HIV patients with detectable viral load are provided with intensive adherence counselling. This project aims to identify the gaps and to strengthen and monitor the intensive adherence counselling process in Neno facilities.
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    Organization: Department for HIV, AIDS and Viral Hepatitis, MOH Malawi
    Site Supervisor: Rose Nyirenda, Andreas Jahn
    Location: Lilongwe
    Internship Description:
    Analysis of HIV drug resistance patterns among Malawian children on ART
    Malawi has a mature ART program with over 850,000 patients on ART. Following a rapid transition to dolutegravir (DTG)-based regimens in 2019, 820,000 are now on DTG-based first or second line regimens and are on 20,000 on protease inhibitor-based first- and second-line ART regimens. Viral load suppression of children has remained unsatisfactory around 66%. With imminent transition of all children <20kg from NVP- and LPV/r-based regimens to paediatric DTG regimens there is now an urgent need to understand the NRTI resistance patterns in the paediatric population to inform the transition strategy. Malawi has had very limited access to genoyping and resistance testing for clinical management and a national “Third-line committee” has cumulatively reviewed only a couple of hundred cases and genotyping results. The proposed project entails a synthesis and systematic review and analysis of genotypes and of the regimen history for children and adolescents. Existing genotyoping results from targeted clinical investigations (Third line committee) and HIV drug resistance surveillance will be used for this analysis.
    Patient perspectives on TB preventive therapy: obstacles and opportunities
    The national HIV Care & Treatment program has implemented isoniazid preventive therapy for latent TB infection (IPT) in the context of the pre-ART and the ART program. Over 350,000 patients are estimated to have received IPT. Anecdotal information suggests low motivation, erratic adherence and low completion rates and there is some indication for increased isoniazid pre-treatment resistance among TB patients in districts with high IPT implementation rates from the 2019/20 TB drug resistance survey. The proposed project will collect patient perspectives from a suitable pragmatic sample using qualitative methods. The findings will inform future policy and implementation guidelines.
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    Organization: University of North Carolina Project-Lilongwe, Malawi
    Site Supervisors: Dr. Emmanuel Singogo, Dr. Mitch Matoga, Dr. Maganizo Chagomerana
    Location: Lilongwe, Malawi.
    Internship Description:
    UNC Project-Malawi (UNC Project) has been conducting HIV/STD research since 1999. Over the years, the program has grown into a partnership with the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) that broadly focuses on issues of importance to Malawians, namely reproductive health, HIV and STIs, oncology, trauma, burns, malaria, and TB clinical care, training, and research opportunities. UNC Project hosts various clinical and research training programs, providing access to different resources for mentoring and supervising early career researchers.
    UNC Project is offering internship opportunities to work with experienced researchers for six months in the following areas
    A. Uptake of DTG among Women on EFV-based regimen
    Malawi recently adopted the World Health Organization-recommended dolutegravir (DTG) for HIV treatment, including all women of reproductive age. However, the acceptability and experiences of switching from efavirenz (EFV)-based to DTG-based regimen among women are unknown in Malawi. As part of the S4 study, UNC Project started providing DTG in June 2019 at Bwaila Hospital, Lilongwe. Women were given the choice to switch to DTG as per Ministry of Health policy or opt-out.
    Responsibilities: Successful intern will
     Work with Data team to prepare data for analysis in MS Excel and Stata
     Participate in data analysis and report writing of the results
     Help with components of manuscript writing
     Consolidate and address feedback from all co-authors.
    Output: Completed manuscript and submission to a peer-reviewed journal.
    B. Uptake of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision among men attending STI clinics
    Voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) is one of the key pillars for HIV prevention. As Malawi aims to meet the target to have 80% of eligible males aged 10-49 years circumcised in priority districts by 2025, men attending STI clinics are a low-hanging fruit. The UNC Project is
    currently conducting an implementation project utilizing several strategies to increase the uptake of VMMC among men attending the Bwaila STI clinic.
    Responsibilities: Successful intern will work on
     Coordinating data collection in ODK and EMR
     Data management in MS Excel and Stata
     Participate in data analysis and report writing of the results
    Output: A results report and manuscript
    Additional Qualifications
     Interest or experience in conducting clinical and public health research.
     Previous experience in quantitative and qualitative research methods
     Strong computer skills and MS Office proficiency, especially Microsoft Excel
     Strong organizational management and communication skills
    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
    Organization: College of Medicine – Johns Hopkins Project (JHP)
    Site Supervisor: Limbika Maliwichi
    Location: Blantyre, Malawi
    Internship Description: JHP was the first biomedical HIV research institution in Malawi and has more than 30 years of experience. We conduct HIV clinical trials, observational studies and, more recently, implementation research on HIV and co-morbidities. Our scientific infrastructure includes a research laboratory, research pharmacy, data department and study clinics. Together, with our partners, we strive to improve HIV care, treatment and prevention policies and practices in the region through high quality research, community engagement and capacity building.
    The M-HIRST Intern will work in one of the following three areas depending on their passions, skills and career goals:
  6. Quality management. Learn the importance of the QA/QC process in research. Help think of creative solutions to improve the way we implement quality management through checklists, job aids, incentivizing good quality standards across departments, revolutionizing the way SOPs are tracked and timed.
  7. Research communications. Designing materials to educate HIV research stakeholders. Maximizing website and social media reach. Evaluating quality of communication. Adapting research communications to different types of stakeholders.
  8. Research administration. Dive into the essential skills of grants management including understanding research budgets, communicating with technical teams, generating research reports, developing templates for essential documents and innovating the processes that are at the core of research support and operations.
    The Intern will have a chance to rotate with each department at JHP to benefit from the 360 research experience, but will have a ‘host’ department with a defined project that can be achieved
    in the 4-6 months internship period. Desirable qualities include basic knowledge of HIV science and basic understanding of what research is; strong verbal and written English and Chichewa; core computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF); willing to accept feedback and constructive critiques; and self-motivation.
    …………………………………………………………………………………………………

UNIVERSITY OF MALAWI CONGREGATION for THE 2019/2020 graduands

PRESS RELEASE

UNIVERSITY OF MALAWI BLENDED MODE VIRTUAL CONGREGATION for THE 2019/2020 graduands

The University of Malawi wishes to inform graduands and the general public that its first Congregation for 2021 will be held on Wednesday, 28th April, 2021 in the Great Hall at Chancellor College in Zomba from 7:30 a.m.

The University wishes to further inform the graduands and the general public that the University shall hold a blended mode of virtual graduation where all graduands shall graduate in absentia.

Graduands and the general public should note that the Chancellor of the University of Malawi, His Excellency Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera, President of the Republic of Malawi will preside over this virtual graduation.

Academic awards shall be conferred to graduands in the following programmes:

  1. A.   KAMUZU COLLEGE OF NURSING
  2. Postgraduate Diploma in Adult Health Nursing
  3. Postgraduate Diploma in Child Health Nursing
  4. Postgraduate Diploma in Midwifery
  5. Postgraduate Diploma in Reproductive Health
  6. Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery Education
  7. Master of Science in Adult Health Nursing
  8. Master of Science in Child Health Nursing
  9. Master of Science in Community Health Nursing
  10. Master of Science in Midwifery
  11. Master of Science in Reproductive Health
  • CHANCELLOR COLLEGE    
  • Diploma in Law
  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Cultural Studies)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Humanities)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Media for Development)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Theology)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Political Science)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Public Administration)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Human Resource Management)
  • Bachelor of Social Science
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Gender Studies)
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition
  • Master of Education in Curriculum and Teaching Studies (Science and Mathematics Education)
  • Master of Science in Biostatistics
  • Master of Science in Informatics
  • Master of Science in Environmental Science
  • Master of Arts in Literature
  • Master of Arts in Applied Ethics
  • Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics
  • Master of Arts in Development Studies
  • Master of Arts in Political Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Teaching Studies (Language Education)
  • THE POLYTECHNIC
  • Certificate in Architectural Studies
  • Certificate in Mathematical Sciences Education
  • Certificate in Mechanical Engineering
  • Diploma in Accountancy
  • Diploma in Architectural Studies
  • Diploma in Business Administration
  • Diploma in Business Administration (Marketing)
  • Diploma in Business Communication
  • Diploma in Education (Business Studies)
  • Diploma in Environmental Health
  • Diploma in Environmental Science and Technology (Food)
  • Diploma in Information Technology
  • Diploma in Land Surveying
  • Diploma in Quantity Surveying
  • Bachelor of Accountancy
  • Bachelor of Arts (Business Communication)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
  • Bachelor of Automobile Engineering
  • Bachelor of Automobile Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Structures) Honours
  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Transportation) Honours
  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Water) Honours
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Entrepreneurship)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Internal Audit)
  • Bachelor of Education (Business Studies)
  • Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Electronics and Computer Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Energy Engineering
  • Bachelor of Energy Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Industrial Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Science (Technical Education)
  • Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Technology (Food)
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Technology (Management)
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Technology (Physics)
  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Laboratory Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Land Economy
  • Bachelor of Science in Land Surveying
  • Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences Education (Mathematics and Computing)
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences Education (Mathematics and Statistics)
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences Education (Statistics and Computing)
  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Planning
  • Bachelor of Science in Procurement and Logistics Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Engineering and Management
  • Master of Arts in Health and Behaviour Change Communication
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Philosophy in Engineering (Telecommunications)
  • Master of Science in Environmental Health
  • Master of Science in Environmental Protection & Management
  • Master of Science in Infrastructure Development and Management
  • Master of Science in Sustainable Engineering and Management – Water
  • Master of Science in Water Resources and Supply Management
  • Master of Technical and Vocational Education
  • Master of Arts in Health and Behaviour Change Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Sciences (Environmental Sanitation)
  • COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Management
  • Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Science in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
  • Bachelor of Science in Internal Medicine (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Science in Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Science in Paediatrics and Child (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Science in General Surgery (Honours)
  • Master of Medicine in Paediatrics and Child Health
  • Master of Medicine in Family Medicine
  • Master of Science in Epidemiology
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Philosophy in Pathology (Antimicrobial Stewardship)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Sciences
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health

GRADUATION ARRANGEMENTS

Kindly note that due to the gazetted preventative, management and central measures of Covid-19 ONLY CONGREGATION STAFF AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS shall be allowed into the Great Hall. During the ceremony graduands, parents and guardians therefore are not allowed at the Great Hall. Virtual Graduation links on You-tube, Facebook, Twitter etc shall be communicated in due course.

Graduands are requested to verify their details and upload their passport photo to be used for live streaming on graduation day through the following College based links:

Chancellor College: www.ac.mw

College of Medicine: www.medcol.mw

Kamuzu College of Nursing: www.kcn.unima.mw

The Polytechnic: www.poly.ac

To spice this ansipicious occasion, all candidates are requested to submit their best of shot passport size photos by before 5th April, 2021 to their College Assistants Registrar (Academic) which shall be flashed when the name is called, Verify details of your name and passport size match the name in the graduation programme book.

A passport photo must be taken in academic regalia, which will be available for hire. The University of Malawi reserves the Rights to choose the best picture for the function. Kindly note that in the unlikely event of a graduands’ failure to submit a passport photo in the prescribed format, the University shall use the photo used during admission of the candidate into the programme. 

Academic dress for the Congregation shall be available for hire from Tuesday 30th March 2021 from graduands’ respective Colleges.  The hiring charges for the graduation attire are as follows:

(a) Diploma Set                   K8, 000

(b) Bachelors Set               K10, 000

(c) Masters Set                    K30, 000

(d) PhD Set                           K40, 000

All candidates must return their academic dress within 24 hours after collecting it to use for graduation picture. Any unreturned academic dress shall attract a penalty fee of K2, 000 for each subsequent day of delay payable before the release of the certificate.

Candidates who owe the College money or are yet to sit for supplementary examinations have not been included in this graduation.

SIGNING IN THE GRADUATE REGISTER AND COLLECTION OF CERTIFICATE

Since all graduands shall graduate in absentia, UNIMA has arranged that graduates shall sign in the Graduate Register and collect their certificate in designated areas as follows:

  1. Graduates in the Eastern Region

Date: Thursday 29th April 2021 and Friday, 20th April 2021

Time: 8:00 am to 12 noon and 1:00pm to 5:00pm each day

Venue: Great Halls, Chancellor College in Zomba

  1. Southern Region

Date: Tuesday, 4th May 2021 and Wednesday 5th May, 2021

Time: 8:00 am to 12 noon and 1:00pm to 5:00pm each day

Venue: Sports Complex, College of Medicine, Zomba

  1. Central Region

Date: Thursday 6th May 2021 and Friday, 7th May 2021

Time: 8:00 am to 12 noon and 1:00pm to 5:00pm each day

      Venue: Kamuzu College of Nursing, Lilongwe Campus

  1. Northern Region- Poly Campus at Chowe

Date: Monday 10th May, 2021 and Tuesday 11th May, 2021

Venue: The Polytechnic Mzuzu Campus

Time: 8:00 am to 12 noon and 1:00pm to 5:00pm each day

You are further informed that in order to collect your certificate, you are supposed to have a letter of introduction duly signed by the Assistant Registrar (Academic) for your College and Malawi National Identity Card. Graduates that shall fail to produce either of the two aforementioned documents shall not be given their Certificate in addition to not being allowed to sign in the Graduate Register. You are further advised that letter of introduction shall be ready for collection from 1st April 2021 in all Colleges of the University of Malawi.

For inquiries, please contact: The University Registrar on the following numbers: 01 526 622 /01 524 456 or e-mail: registrar@unima.mw or communication@unima.mw or visit our website: www.unima.mw

UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR                                   29th March, 2021

GRADUANDS FOR THE 1ST 2021 CONGREGATION

TO               :         All Graduating Students

FROM          :         College Registrar

DATE            :         25th March, 2021

GRADUATING CLASS OF 2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR

Please find a list of the Graduating Class of 2019/2020 Academic Year. Congratulations for your achievement!!

I request that you go through the names and sex to confirm that they are correctly captured. Please inform the Assistant Registrar (Academic) on aracademic@medcol.mw if there are any errors. Queries should reach the Assistant Registrar (Academic) not later than Monday 29th March, 2021. These names will appear on your certificate and changes after the certificate has been produced shall not be allowed. Graduation dates and arrangements will be communicated to you in due course.

Congratulations once again and wishing you all the best in your future endeavors.

S. LINO

FOR; REGISTRAR

GRADUANDS FOR THE 1ST 2021 CONGREGATION

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ANAESTHESIA AND INTENSIVE CARE

Dorothy BUSHA      F

Tamanda CHALICHI       F

Nancy Asimenye MWENISUNGO         F

Merrium Charity SINGANO        F

Blecious Dyson ZINAN’DALA     M

BACHELOR OF MEDICINE BACHELOR OF SURGERY

Fatima Hubeddin Yahya ABBAKAR    F

Liveness Mily Msonthe BANDA  F

Don Mzee BANDA M

Victory BANDA      M

Mayamiko Collete BOKOSI       F

Ishmael CHAKALE M

Veronica CHIKALIO        F

Noellah Mtendere CHILAMBA  F

Dalitso Alexius Justin CHILAMBE M

Dinnah Carol CHIMUTU   F

JoelPongolani CHIMWAZA      M

Amon CHIRWA      M

Codwell Headson CHISALE       M

Bridgette Ettah DAMSON F

Elizabeth GONDWE         F

Mateo KAFULAFULA        M

Pleasant KALUDZU M

Yolam Cosmas KAMEME M

Allan KANGWEREMA       M

Dalisto KASAKATIRA        M

Allan Chikondi KHAKI     M

Desire KHEMBO      M

Frazer KUMWENDA M

Macdonald KWAITANA  M

Tiyamike Peace MALUNGO      F

Wezi MANDA         F

Zaithwa MATEMVU F

Henry MAWINDO   M

Chalo MFUNE        M

Thokozire Rachel MHANGO      F

Jonathan Comfort MHANGO    M

PreciousAssedy Arnold MKWINA        F

Thandizo MOYA    F

Florence Jaquebell MSOSA      F

Zengani MUNTHALI         M

Zoe Tamando MWALE     F

Takondwa Rex NAMALIMA       M

VhinthengaHope NAMASIKU   M

Geoffrey NKHONJERA     M

Mwayiwawo Daud NKHUMBWA         M

Chanozga Felix NYIRENDA        M

Cornelius NYIRENDA        M

Doreen Thandiwe PHIRI  F

Priscilla Ethwako Ronnex PHIRI  F

Leo John SCANDER         M

Glory Akuzike SHABA      F

Brian Martin SHUMBA      M

Sylvia Chifundo SIWINDA F

Apatsa  Patrick VILLIERA M

Weston Saini Nevasoive WINDOW      M

Mackson ZEPHANIAH      M

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GENERAL SURGERY (HONOURS)

THIRD CLASS

Wakisa MLENGA    M

Daniel NYIRENDA  M

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNAL MEDICINE (HONOURS)

SECOND CLASS LOWER

Davy Mbonjani NKOSI    M

THIRD CLASS

Friday NKHANA     M

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY (HONOURS)

THIRD CLASS

Emmanuel NKONDE        M

Griffin SOMBANI    M

Brian ULADI  M

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH (HONOURS)

THIRD CLASS

Selvas LICHAPA     M

Kesia MAMBIA       F

Samuel NYANGULU         M

BACHELOR OF MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE (HONOURS)

SECOND CLASS UPPER

Sarah Nota BANDA         F

Caroline CHAFUKIRA      F

Shakira CHIMBERENGA    F

Juliet Liz CHIMUWAWA    F

Wongani CHISATI  F

Violet CHITSULO    F

Bridgette GALAFA F

Mtendere Stephen HARA         M

Marvouse Junior KANYENDA    M

Fortune Desnar KAOMBE F

Mackenzie LOZANI         M

Anastasia MGAWA         F

Fatima MTONGA   F

Gibson Chisi MWASAUKA M

Stephen Saini Chimodzi NKHOMA      M

SECOND CLASS LOWER

Nelson John JOFILISI       M

Janet KACHECHE  F

Faith Alinafe THOLE         F

THIRD CLASS

Getrude Benito Ethel CHIMWENDO    F

Moses Promise NTHAKOMWA    M

Juleka NYALUGWE M

Happy Kamsonga PHIRI  M

BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (HONOURS)

FIRST CLASS

Dorothy Msumali DAIMON        F

Austin NKHOMA    M

SECOND CLASS UPPER

Nathan Chimgogo JERE  M

Charlotte Alinafe MISOYA        F

THIRD CLASS

Teleza ALBERT        F

Timothy BANDA     M

Fatsani Werengani BANDA       M

Chigomezgo BEZA M

Charles Chisomo BIZIWICK       M

Lucy Chimwemwe CHIMPUKUSO       F

Mirriam Takondwa CHINGENI   F

Steve Octavian CHINTHALO     M

Wamwayi Narkahie DULA         F

Wongani HARA     F

Daniel HARINECK  M

Ulemu Milanzi ISSAH        F

Sarah Consider Thandie Nachumwe JOSHUA        F

Aubrey Paul JUMBE         M

Thokozani Edward KALIYEKA     M

Tikhalenawo KAMAKOKO         M

Kingston KAPIDA   M

Emmanuel KAWONGA    M

Yankho Tracy KHOLOWA F

Nellie Mtende Apez KUMWENDA        F

Owen Elsie MAGOMBO   M

Jairos Blessings MAKANGANO   M

Chikumbutso Stephen MALIWA M

Yosef MALUNGA    M

Diana Promise Lonney Gedion MANDALA   F

Violet Chisomo MANDOTA        F

Kirios Patrick MBEWE        M

Davie Ibrahim MILAMBE  M

Tapokera Edesi MKANDAWIRE  F

Lusako MKANGAMA       M

Susan MUNTHALI   F

Peter Mpoki MWANGAIRO        M

Leah MWAWA       F

Mary Bernadetta NEGO  F

Mirriam Faith NGALANDE F

Chisomo Lucky NKHOMA         M

Epharaim Emmanuel NKUNIKA M

Mathews Harolds NYENGERE     M

Catherine NYIRENDA      F

Trintance Foster PERETE    F

Alfred Chipanda PHIRI    M

Tadala Emily SHUMBA     F

Dennis Khumbo Titi TCHEREKO   M

Precious Alinafe Yankho TSOKA         M

BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY (HONOURS)

SECOND CLASS UPPER

Eneya Timothy KAMKWAMBA   M

Lisa Faith KAPHAMTENGO         F

Wezzie MALIKEBU  F

Matthew Bwanali MLONGOTI   M

Lusungu Vwalika MTAWALI       F

Anthony Beston MWAIHOMBA  M

Henry Petro Sambo MWAIWANGA     M

Peter Graphos NDALAKWAYA  M

Chikumbutso Fred PHIRI  M

Ummsalama SENGA       F

WalusunguRobert SILUNGWE   F

Lucius WESLEY        M

SECOND CLASS LOWER

Frida GAMUKA      F

Precious Chetamiska NKOSI     F

Anthony Billberth Daghammu NYIRENDA     M

Dorothy Christina UNDI    F

THIRD CLASS

Thomas EmmanuelDidim BANDA       M

Chandiwira Hope CHIRWA       M

Esther JELENJE       F

Sinikiwe Watipaso JERE    F

Benjamin Recoster KACHEUKA M

Alinafe KALUSA     F

Fred Davies KANTANDE   M

Patricia Kwamala KATSEKA      F

Lovewell Alick Junior MHONE    M

Thandiwe Nyasulu NG’OMA      F

Sarai Winnie NKHOMA    F

Samuel Lonecks ULILI      M

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HEALTH MANAGEMENT

WITH CREDIT

Mercy CHING’ANDA       F

Grace Nick GONDWE     F

Wezzie KAUNDA    F

WITH PASS

Patricia KAOMBE   F

Chifundo KAPHAMTENGO         M

Ethel KASELEKA     F

Masautso KUNKHOMA    M

Tobias Bilton MASINA      M

Merlin SIMBI F

MASTER OF MEDICINE IN FAMILY MEDICINE

Jessie MBAMBA     F

MASTER OF MEDICINE IN PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH

MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY IN ANTIMICROBIAL STEWARDSHIP

Dieckens Damilton BINALI        M

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EPIDEMIOLOGY

Hastings KALAMBO         M

Chimwemwe KANA        M

Christopher KOLLA M

Regina MANKHAMBA     F

Steven MANYOZO     M

Bridget Chisomo MNAPO          F

Yusuf SALIM M

Lufina TSIRIZANI     F

MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Lucy BANDA         F

Ivy CHAUYA F

Allan CHILONGO   M

Chancy CHIMATIRO       M

Felix CHINGUWO   M

Paul CHIRAMBO    M

Rossanie DAUDI     F

Jerome GALAGADE        M

Clifton GONDWE    M

Roth HOLLA F

Josephine KALEPA F

Catherine KAMWELA       F

Arnold KAPACHIKA         M

QueenMwakhwawa KAPITO   F

Marianne KASIYA  F

Suzgika LAKUDZALA        F

Gertrude MAGOMERO    F

Mphatso MAKANDA       F

Richard MALIRAKWENDA M

Grieves MANG’ANDA     M

Anna MASANDA   F

Knack MKANDAWIRE      M

Florence MSHALI   F

Michael MUROWA M

Sungani NAMELO  M

Gift NDALUMBIRA  M

Fannie NHLANE     F

Angelina NHLEMA F

Chimwemwe NKOSI       F

KhumboPhiri NYIRENDA  F

Josephine PHUMISA        F

Gloria SIYASIYA     F

Christina THAUZENI          F

Maclean VOKHIWA        M

Jacqueline ZAMBEZI       F

Khama ZIYABU      M

MASTER OF MEDICINE IN OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY

Bernadette ZUZE F

MASTER OF MEDICINE IN PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH

Jessica Chakalala Chaziya MVULA    F

Rezine MZIKAMANDA M

MASTER OF MEDICINE IN ANAESTHESIA

Furaha Pascal BLAISE M

Marcia MACUVELE F

Owen MALEMA M

MASTER OF MEDICINE IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

Victoria NNESA F  

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES 

Thomson MSISKA   M

Frank NGONDA M

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN PUBLIC HEALTH

Yankho KAIMILA   F

Marisen MWALE     M

Lester Kapanda PHIRI     M

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