The Catholic University of Malawi

COVID-19: Catholic University Eyes Pandemic Impact on Mental Health

The Catholic University of Malawi through the Directorate of Research and Publication on Thursday, organized a Public Lecture on the Impact of Covid-19 on mental health as a way of addressing common disorders among community members of the University. Speaking after the Public Lecture, the Director of Academic Affairs at the University, Fr. Dr. Wilfred …

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Law Students Happy with Accreditation

Law Students at the Catholic University of Malawi have expressed happiness with the accreditation of Bachelor of Laws (Honours) The Malawi Government through the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) last week Accredited a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Programme after a rigorous assessment process. The Catholic University of Malawi has become the first-ever private University …

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Catholic University Strives to Maintain Growth and Excellence

The Catholic University of Malawi has disclosed that it will strive to maintain the tradition of excellence that was built over the years in providing quality education in the country and beyond. Speaking during the 19th Congregation of the University at its main campus on Saturday 25th September 2021, The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Rev. …

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CUNIMA Donates to Nguludi Mission Hospital

The Catholic University of Malawi (CUNIMA) on Tuesday, this week donated medical items to St Joseph-Nguludi Mission Hospital in Chiradzulu district as one way of ensuring quality health care in the country. Speaking during the donation ceremony, CUNIMA Registrar Francis Vincent Nkhoma said the donation will help the hospital in serving people from the communities …

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Catholic University Urges Quality Education to Adults

The Catholic University of Malawi (CUNIMA) has urged Africa countries to consider quality education to adults as one way of developing the African continent. Speaking during a one-day webinar on 27th May,2021 that was organized by the Catholic University of Malawi together with Nelson Mandera University in South Africa, Vice-Chancellor of the Catholic University of …

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