Collaborations and partnerships

UNIMA has established cooperative relationships locally and internationally between educational institutions, research centers, and organizations. These agreements pave way for staff exchange, student exchange, joint programmes, and research collaborations

Recent MoUs of UNIMA

Easy education access: UNIMA and Astria Learning

On July 27th, 2023, the University of Malawi signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Astria Learning, a United States of America-based EdTech organisation. The primary goal of this MoU is to provide easy access to education.

UNIMA and University of Rovuma partnership

The signing of the MoU paves way for the implementation of several joint projects, namely, international graduation and post-graduation programs, the training and qualification of the teaching staff and researchers in the agricultural etc.

Mbarara University of Science and Technology

UNIMA and MUST will work together to promote the following: Student exchange; Faculty and staff exchanges; Exchange of materials, documents and equipment; Collaborative research in any field of interest common to both universities.

Bath Spa University

The University of Malawi is committed to strengthening ties with other universities, as a way of improving its internationalization objective. One of the most recent efforts in this direction was a trip that staff from UNIMA undertook to Bath Spa University.

Mzumbe University (Tanzania)

The University of Malawi has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Mzumbe University of Tanzania which will see the two universities collaborating in various areas.

Project and Industry Collaborations

EsCo Project

The School of Education embarked on a new Mathematics Education project Establishing a collaborative relationship for research on school mathematics teaching with linguistically disadvantaged learners(EsCo) in collaboration with seven universities.
The project is funded by the John Fell Fund, a research fund financed by Oxford University Press. Read more details

Open Forum for Agriculture and Biotechnology

on April, 13th, the University of Malawi’s School of Natural and Applied Sciences in collaboration with National Commission for Science and Technology (NCST) held a significant meeting to discuss a new project called Open Forum for Agriculture and Biotechnology which will be implemented with the University’s assistance. Read more details


Student Exchange Programmes

Each year, we enthusiastically embrace a vibrant community of visiting students from our partner universities worldwide. If you are interested in learning more about our various programs, we invite you to explore the opportunities available for studying with us.