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Law students advocate for green spaces

Participating in various events that benefit communities and the country is one of the paramount activities students at the University of Malawi engage in, which also offers them an opportunity to interact with other influential people who have similar goals. This is also one way in which the university gives back to the community. As part of ra...

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World Bank engages UNIMA academics on Malawi’s economy

The University of Malawi recently had the privilege of hosting World Bank officials who presented the findings of a report titled “A Narrow Path to Prosperity” on 28th February, 2024. This report, released every five years, examines the growth constraints and possibilities for Malawi. Jakob Engel, a Senior Economist at the World Bank...

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Female scholars acquire grant proposal writing skills

As the University of Malawi desires to enhance research output among all staff members, several experienced scholars have undertaken various initiatives aimed at equipping their colleagues with skills for advancing their academic careers. In support of this objective, the Head of Research, Dr. Maurice Monjerezi, conducted a Research Master Class...

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Two Decades of Excellence: Farewell to Mr. Masumbu

On 6th February 2024, the legal fraternity at UNIMA bid farewell to Mr. James Masumbu, one of the Law lecturers who has served the University of Malawi for 20 years. Mr. Masumbu’s journey with UNIMA began in 2004. Masumbu expressed gratitude for the wonderful experience he has had with staff members and students throughout his year...

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Leaders in eloquence: UNIMA students selected as Lex:lead essay competition winners

The University of Malawi consistently demonstrates excellence through its students and staff members, earning recognition both locally and internationally. In recent news, Mr. Benson Bandawe, a third-year student, and Ms. Ronica Kuthakwanasi, a second-year student, both pursuing a Bachelor of Laws (Honors), have emerged as winners in an internat...

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