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Unicaf University and CILT Announce Strategic Collaboration to Enhance Educational Opportunities

Unicaf University in Malawi  is proud to announce a strategic collaboration with The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), a globally recognised professional body for the transport and logistics industries. This partnership aims to expand educational opportunities for CILT members and graduates, furthering their professional and academic development.

CILT, established in 1929 in the UK and in 1948 in Malawi, represents the transport and logistics sector worldwide, boasting a robust membership of 110,000 individuals across over 40 countries. In Malawi alone, CILT has successfully graduated over 15,000 students and maintains an active membership of over 70 professionals. Recognising the significant contribution of CILT to the professional landscape, Unicaf is eager to support the continued growth and education of its members.

The official signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was attended by notable representatives from both organisations:

  • Mr Cuthbert Chinguo, CILT President and Trustee
  • Mr Robert Cheleuka, CILT Academic Champion and Trustee (Unicaf MBA graduate)
  • Mr James C. Katunga, CILT Treasurer and Membership Champion and Trustee (Unicaf PhD student)
  • Mr Dambolachepa, CILT Central and Northern Region Representative and Trustee
  • Dr Robert Ridley, Unicaf University Vice-Chancellor
  • Dr Levison Zeleza Manda, Unicaf University Pro Vice-Chancellor
  • Media representatives from MBC TV and The Nation News

This strategic collaboration emphasises Unicaf’s commitment to supporting lifelong learning and providing access to quality higher education for professionals in the transport and logistics sector. It provides them with valuable opportunities to further their education and enhance their skills, which are critical for their professional growth and the advancement of the transport and logistics industry in Malawi and beyond.

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