Frequently Asked Questions About Unicaf
Have you got any questions? Browse the most frequently asked questions below
What Are The Entry Requirements?
Unicaf considers candidates for a scholarship based on their academic qualifications, financial ability and country of residence. For more details, please visit the Eligibility Page.
Where Are You Located?
Unicaf has support centres and campuses in 12 countries around the world. All programmes are available online and there is no need for you to relocate to commence your studies. Find out more about our support centres, offices and campuses here.
Can I Study Both Online and On Campus?
All programmes available through Unicaf are available online and can be studied from the comfort of your home. As a Unicaf University student, you can visit our campuses and benefit from a range of tools. This includes bespoke face-to-face interaction, discussions and lectures while still having 24/7 access to Unicaf’s state-of-the-art Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).
Online Learning - How does it Work?
Unicaf facilitates the online delivery of study materials for Bachelor, Master’s and Doctorate degrees through its state-of-the-art digital platform and the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The online learning platform provides 24/7 access to study material, and thus learners can easily keep up with the module discussions anywhere, anytime.
How Can I Apply For A Unicaf Scholarship?
Once you choose the degree you would like to study for, fill out the online application form. One of our highly trained student advisers will then get in touch with you by telephone, to guide you through the application process and answer any questions you may have.
What Is The Total Cost Of My Studies?
The tuition fees depend on the programme and the level of scholarship you qualify for. You may apply online and one of our student advisers will get in touch with you to inform you about the tuition fees and available payment plans.
Is Unicaf University Accredited?
Unicaf University in Malawi is accredited by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE), and in Zambia, it is accredited by the Higher Education Authority (HEA). Unicaf University campuses in Zambia and Malawi are also accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) as an Independent Higher Education Provider. Unicaf University in Uganda is a licensed University, regulated by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) of Uganda.
University Partners and Programmes
Who Are The University Partners?
Our current partnerships include Liverpool John Moores University (UK), University of East London (UK), University of Suffolk (UK), the University of California, Riverside Extension (USA) and multi-campus Unicaf University (Africa). Find out more about our university partners here.
What Universities and Programmes Are Available?
We currently offer a wide range of internationally recognised programmes from our partner universities in the UK, US and Africa. For an up-to-date list of our partner universities and the courses on offer, please visit our Programme Finder Page.