association of African universities membership

Unicaf University in Malawi Joins The Association Of African Universities To Enhance Students’ Learning Experience And Advance Higher Education In Africa

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release to all media   Unicaf University in Malawi is now a full member of the Association of African Universities (AAU), the largest and most comprehensive organisation representing Universities and Higher Education bodies in Africa. As a member of the AAU, the University will form partnerships and connections with other academic…

Standard Chartered Bank partnership with Unicaf

Standard Chartered Bank Uganda Partners with Unicaf to Provide Exclusive Scholarship Opportunities to its Employees and Clients

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kampala, Tuesday, 24th August 2021: Standard Chartered Bank Uganda has announced it has signed a partnership agreement with Unicaf to increase its clients’ access to quality higher education. With this partnership, the Bank’s clients and employees can earn up to a 75% Scholarship and take advantage of Unicaf’s Professional Development…

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Unicaf University Launches A New Campus In Kampala, Uganda

Unicaf University is delighted to announce its new licensed campus in Kampala, Uganda. Unicaf University in Uganda represents a new milestone in the Unicaf University campus network—the leading pan-African institution. The University’s mission is to positively contribute to the educational and economic development of the local communities by increasing access to quality Higher Education. Prospective…

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Celebrating the Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony | Unicaf University in Malawi

July marks an important milestone for Unicaf University in Malawi graduates. This year, 222 students from 49 countries received their degrees during a virtual graduation ceremony. All graduates worked hard to meet their goals during challenging times, but they successfully completed their academic journey along with the support of their advisers, tutors, and mentors. “The…