“Most of our applicants are hard-working people, with young families to support; so getting them enrolled gives me great satisfaction, because I feel I have helped them get the best education, which can open the door to a much better lifestyle in the future.”
The world of business and finance is increasingly becoming more complex and challenging. To navigate successfully through the maze of local and international regulations, competition, taxation and other challenges, enterprises of all shapes and sizes turn to qualified professionals.
There are times when doing something new and challenging can seem frightening; like deciding which university degree to apply for. To make an informed decision you need to know whether you have the right qualifications, as well as the energy, time and money to invest, plus the determination to succeed.
Annie Nyondo Lidamlendo, UNICAF Student Adviser, Lilongwe Call Centre, Malawi.
‘A good Student Adviser must have good people skills in general, because we need to extend a listening ear to all our applicants, many of whom share details about their personal circumstances, so confidentiality is another important quality we must possess.”