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Nippon Foundation donates books to UNIMA

On 18th July, 2024, the Nippon Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Tokyo, Japan, donated books to the University of Malawi. The donation comes at a time when Japan is celebrating 60 years of diplomatic relations with Malawi. His Excellency Youichi Oya, Ambassador of Japan to Malawi, made a symbolic presentation of the books an...

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MBS awards UNIMA students for essay writing excellence

Students at the University of Malawi consistently participate in various competitions organized by different public and private institutions in Malawi, where they showcase their research and writing skills, gained during their studies. Recently, on July 5th, 2024, two students, Mr. Dumisani Nyirongo (Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences) a...

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Enhancing disability sports through strategic partnerships

Various schools within the University of Malawi collaborate with different sectors and other universities, both international and local, on various projects that are beneficial to the country. Among these is Parasport Against Stigma (PSAS), a collaborative research project between Loughborough University and UNIMA’s School of Arts, Communi...

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Huawei and UNIMA collaborate to enhance ICT opportunities for students

In this era of rapid technological advancement, the University of Malawi recognizes the need to build strategic partnerships with industry leaders to harness their expertise and expand opportunities for its students. On 12th July, 2024, UNIMA signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Huawei Technologies, one of the leading global companies...

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Exploring Multilingual Markets and Language Skills in Informal Employment

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at UNIMA is venturing into new territory in language education. Shortly after signing an MoU with the Darrusnah Foundation to expand its academic offerings to include Arabic programs, the school hosted a seminar titled "Multilingual Markets: Investigating Language Skills for Informa...

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