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CHANCELLOR COLLEGE MAKING STRIDES IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION

Implementing the principles of inclusive education within higher education can be challenging. Inclusive education was originally developed for younger students, prior to its application within higher education. However, as more students with disabilities successfully complete their secondary school education, the need to move towards inclusive ...

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FACULTY OF LAW AWARDS TOP PERFORMING STUDENTS

On 07 March 2018, the Faculty of Law held an inaugural Law awards ceremony, in recognition of the outstanding success of students in the faculty. The event took place at the Faculty of Law premises. During the event, the faculty awarded 27 students with certificates of recognition. These included who were on Dean’s list, Heads list...

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Malawi Veep delivers public lecture on ethics

On the 27th of February 2018, the Philosophy Department hosted a Public Lecture on the topic, “Moral Decadence: towards an effective compliance and ethics program” which was delivered by Dr. Saulos Klaus Chilima, the Vice President of the Republic of Malawi. The event is part of activities in the Master of Arts in Applied Ethics Prog...

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Psychologists in Mental Health Awareness Drive

Chancellor College staff often take their work extremely seriously, ensuring that their mandate to educate the public is not only restricted to the classroom. It is with this attitude that members of staff in the psychology department at the college decided to hold a Mental Health Awareness Campaign, which is running from 18th to 23rd February, ...

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Chanco to introduce Diploma in Information Management

In a bid to respond to the high demand of qualified personnel in information management, Chancellor College is in the process of introducing a Diploma in Information Management program. During a meeting with stakeholders, which took place on 2nd February, 2018, in the Faculty of Science boardroom, delegates observed that if information i...

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Student community in Zomba mountain reforestation

Community service is a key aspect of Chancellor College staff and students, as they display their love for the town, its people and the environment in different ways. One of these is through concern shown for the depletion of trees on Zomba Mountain. In response, on Saturday, 17th February, 2018 the Chancellor College student community together ...

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Edward Chiwayula Trust assists students

Chancellor College Management is grateful to organizations and individuals that are giving a helping hand to students who need support for fees and upkeep. On Thursday, 15th February, 2018 the Edward Chiwayula Trust awarded six first and second year students with scholarships meant to assist with upkeep expenses. The trust will K50,000 a month t...

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First Lady donates musical equipment to Chanco

Saturday 3rd February, 2018 was another great day for Chancellor College, when the Music Section of the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, and some selected secondary schools (Lilongwe Girls Secondary School, Mary Mount Secondary School, St. Patrick’s Academy, St. Mary’s Secondary School and Marist Secondary School) received mus...

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“Rape is…”: Chanco women’s affairs directorate launches rape awareness campaign

On Friday the 19th of January, 2018, a day dubbed “Black Friday”, the Chancellor College Women’s Affairs directorate invited the entire college community, and supporters alike, to join them in solidarity in the condemnation of all acts of rape and sexual violence, and the perpetuation of rape culture. By appealing to the public...

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Sociology Society visits Dzaleka

Student life at Chancellor College is not limited to campus experiences, but also often involves educational trips away from lecture rooms. These are experiences that allow the students to appreciate the relevance of their classroom discussions to the outside world. These trips are sometimes organized by student clubs and organizations. ...

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