UNIMA Chancellor College Postgraduate Application 2022-2023

UNIMA Chancellor College Postgraduate Application 2022-2023

This article contains information about the University of Malawi UNIMA Chancellor College Postgraduate Application for this year. Most often Applicants find it difficult to get useful details about the topic. Welcome to Studyinmalawi.com. The above is a detailed description of UNIMA The Chancellor College.

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Brief History; The University is inviting prospects to apply for admission to begin their Tertiary school journey, guiding their path to their career choice. Application forms are filled out and sent online in most circumstances, though physical copies may be accepted in some situations. Our page gives you information about what to aspect.


The following are the minimum application requirements for all Master’s degree programmes:

A letter of application or a filled PG1 form to be downloaded from our website

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with at least a credit. Candidates with a strong pass (average of 55% above) may be considered.

A detailed CV.

Certified or notarized copies of academic transcripts and certificates.

Two letters of reference from traceable referees (one of which shall be an academician) and to be submitted in sealed envelopes or as a PDF attachment.

A copy of the bank deposit slips for the application fee of MK10,000 for nationals and US$50 for international applicants. Please indicate the name of the programme you are applying for and deposit the money into the following account: Chanco Sundry Income, Account No: 282553, held at the National Bank of Malawi, Zomba Service Centre.

Evidence of sponsorship: Preference will be given to applicants who will present credible evidence of funding for their studies.

NOTE: Specific programmes may have additional requirements which must be complied with. Incomplete applications will not be processed.


In addition to the general requirements above, applications for doctoral degree programmes should meet the following minimum conditions:

A good Master’s degree from an accredited university. Candidates with work experience will have an added advantage.

A concept note detailing the proposed research topic in terms of objectives, approach and research questions.

Sample of an applicant’s written academic work.

Conditions of admission

Unless specifically indicated, all Masters’ programmes are full-time and will run for 24 months. The first year is for course work while the second year is for research and thesis writing. PhD programmes run for 3 years (full time) and up to 5 years (part-time).

The tuition fees cover costs of registration, examinations, supervision and institutional overheads. Students are expected to meet costs of research, accommodation, meals, medical cover, books, stationery and learning materials.

The College does not provide accommodation and the students will be required to look for their own accommodation outside the campus.

All programmes operate on a no-fees no-classes basis. Applicants will be expected to demonstrate how they will support their studies either through a letter of commitment from their sponsors or a bank statement.


The following are the specific details of the advertised programmes:



Names of Programmes:

M.Ed. in Policy, Planning and Leadership

M.Ed. in Testing, Measurement and Evaluation

M.Ed. in Educational Psychology

M.Ed. in Sociology of Education

Fee Structure: MK4,125,000 for Malawian nationals; US$6,000 for SADC region students; and US$7,000 for international students.

Contact for further details: Head of Educational Foundation on telephone number 0993450115 or by email: edf@cc.ac.mw


Name of Programme:

M.Ed in Curriculum and Teaching Studies (Social Studies Education)

Fee Structure: MK4,125,000 for Malawian nationals; US$6,000 for SADC region students; and US$7,000 for international students.

Additional Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Education (or its equivalent) with credit. Those with a strong pass (average of 55% above) may also be considered. Experience of working in education or the education-related area will be an added advantage.

Contact for further details: The Department of Curriculum and Teaching Studies on telephone number 0993425995 or by email: cats@cc.ac.mw.

Name of Programme:

PhD in Curriculum Studies (Language Education)

Fee Structure: Local students: MK2,625,000 per year; SADC region students: US$4,000 per year; International students: US$5,000 per year.

Additional Entry Requirements: Interested candidates should possess a good Master’s degree with Education as the main area of study. Those with a non-education degree but have a University Certificate in Education (UCE) or its equivalent will also be considered. Applicants should also have experience working in education or education-related area.

Duration: 3 to 4 years

Preliminary Enquiries: Contact the Head of Curriculum and Teaching Studies Department on telephone number 0993425995 or by email: cats@cc.ac.mw

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