Unicaf University Malawi Offers Free Computer Lessons

School graduates in Malawi have the opportunity to take computer lessons, totally free, at the state-of-the-art campus of the University in Lilongwe.

The computer lessons are offered to interested secondary school leavers 2017/18 as a way of giving back to the community, within the framework of the University’s programme of Corporate Social Responsibility. After an introduction into computers in the campus amphitheatre, students have the opportunity to practice working on computers at the University’s computer lab.

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Dr Robert Ridley Appointed Deputy Vice Chancellor at Unicaf University Malawi

  Press Release Immediate release all media   It was announced today in Lilongwe that Dr Robert Ridley has been appointed Deputy Vice Chancellor at Unicaf University Malawi. Dr Ridley’s multi-faceted career spans the sectors of academia, industry, international public health and diplomacy. He has served as Vice-Chancellor at Mzuzu University in Malawi from March…

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UNICAF Salutes World Peace Day September 21st

Press Release Immediate release all media   Living in peace is every person’s undeniable human right. Education is a powerful tool in promoting world peace because: it encourages personal and national development it teaches independent thinking and respect for others it builds skills for communication and creativity it fights poverty and fanaticism The UNICAF Scholarship…

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UNICAF Open Day in Nigeria a Big Success

Hundreds of school leavers and professionals attended the UNICAF Nigeria Open Day event on the 15th of September at the Sheraton Hotel Ikeja in Lagos, to learn more about the UNICAF higher education model. Guests were eager to obtain general information about UNICAF, or even to register for the degree programmes of their choice. The UNICAF team at the event consisted of Country Manager Femi Apena, Marketing Manager Emmanuel Ebanehita, Marketing Intern Salma Oladunjoye and Student Advisers Ofeimun Omonigho, Femi Majekodunmi, Lafe Foluke Abiodun and Christine Eka.

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