Lake Malawi University Hostels And Accommodation

Lake Malawi University Hostels And Accommodation

Information about the Lake Malawi University (LAMAU) Hostels And Accommodation for this Academic year. Applicants can find valuable insights regarding the subject on this page. Welcome to Studyinmalawi.com. The above is information will assist you to make an informed decision.

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Brief History; The establishment of LAMAU is a bold step by the Anglican Diocese of Lake Malawi to help contribute to the national development agenda, through skills development programs at the tertiary level and increase manpower supply in the Church and the nation as a whole. The whole process of establishing the University started in mid-May, 2014 after CCM Board agreed to start rolling the process. In July 2014 the CCM Board, appointed a Technical Team, comprising; Prof. Leonard Kamwanja (chair), Rev. Andrew Sumani (secretary), Late Dr Timothy Ngwira, and Mr Francis Makoza, to work out modalities and formalities for the establishment of the University. These names were endorsed by the Diocesan Standing Committee (DSC) and presentations on the progress of the University have been made at Synod as well.

Details About Lake Malawi Anglican University

 Lake Malawi University offers limited accommodation services to students. After gaining admission into the University, prospective students have an option to book with the Dean of Students office, and the available rooms are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Prospective students are to note that, Students who do not get accommodation within the University are housed at privately owned hostel facilities. However, the Dean of Students Department is very committed to assisting prospective students in identifying suitable and conducive hostels, and ensuring that the welfare and security of students in hostels are protected. These hostels are within close proximity to the University and have been accredited by the University.

Lists of Hostels for Academic year

 Feeding

The University does not cook for its students, however, arrangements with catering service providers have been made to ensure that food is prepared for students at a friendly rate. Government-sponsored students are given their feeding and living allowances quarterly so that they can find and accommodation at a price of their convenience.

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