Unicaf University in Malawi Joins The Association Of African Universities To Advance Higher Education In Africa

Unicaf University in Malawi Joins The Association Of African Universities To Advance Higher Education In Africa

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 institutions to drive the evolution of higher education in Africa. Unicaf University students can take advantage of the benefits offered with a full membership to boost their educational experience and learning opportunities.

Joining the AAU has placed Unicaf University in Malawi into a prestigious network of like-minded institutions. The Association provides avenues for collaboration and cooperation among members to shape policy for higher education, science, and innovation, promote best practices in undergraduate and graduate education, and contribute to the development of society through research.

Students can enjoy various benefits, including competitive grants and internships, sponsorship to participate in AAU conferences and workshops, and a subscription to the AAU Monthly Newsletter to keep track of the latest updates. This initiative enhances students’ learning opportunities and demonstrates the University’s commitment to setting high standards in Higher Education, quality of teaching, research, student achievement and satisfaction.

Unicaf University in Malawi offers Bachelor, Master’s, and Doctoral degrees in a wide range of subjects. It combines traditional face-to-face complementary tutorials with the active use of digital learning tools through an innovative blended learning approach. Students have the opportunity to earn internationally recognised degrees at a low cost through 100% online delivery or with the option of on-campus study. Students can benefit from the Unicaf Scholarship Programme that has already awarded $100 million worth of scholarships to more than 43,000 applicants in 158 countries.

AAU has over 400 members and offers opportunities to African Higher Education leaders, academics, professionals, and administrative staff to share experiences and contribute towards improving the quality of African Higher Education. The Association aims to become the leading advocate for higher education in Africa, with the capacity to support its member institutions in meeting national, continental, and global needs.

Unicaf University in Malawi membership to the AAU will allow sustainable and mutually beneficial partnerships with other institutions to advance Africa’s higher education. It brings Unicaf University close to its vision of becoming the leading tertiary institution in Africa, recognised for its outstanding contribution to teaching, education, and research.