Why Study Diploma Law at UNIMA
- This programme is accredited by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE)
- You'll engage in a year-long paid work experience, and past students have had the opportunity to collaborate with esteemed organizations.
- You will be taught by experienced staff members with research and project experience in this subject area as shown in their profiles.
Teaching and learning
MSCE or its equivalent, with at least 6 credits including English. At least one year of systematic legal training in an institution, recognised by the University of Malawi, that trains legal personnel. At least 2 years experience working in a department or organization that engages in legal work, human rights activism, administrative law, commercial law, criminal law, or any other branch of the law. A diploma with a credit from the University of Malawi or an institution recognised by the University of Malawi. A degree from the University of Malawi or any university recognised by the University of Malawi.
How you're taught
Face to Face:
Traditional classroom learning which involves students and lecturer to directly interact and collaborate in real time discussions and hands on activities.
Some content is taught virtually and course materials, lectures, assignments, and discussions are done online mainly using moodle and google classroom.View our learning modes