Unicaf University signs MoU with God’s Grace Academy

Unicaf University Malawi and God’s Grace Academy, a brand new Academy offering the Cambridge International Curriculum in the heart of Blantyre, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) bringing scholarship opportunities to both staff and students alike. The partnership means that all parties involved will be in a stronger position in order to reach their educational goals.

Unicaf University Marketing Manager, Ms Khumbo Mhone, stated to the gathered dignitaries and press who were present at the signing: “[t]his is a first step towards building our relationship with God’s Grace Academy. We are also hoping that, through this MoU, we can strengthen not just our commitment to education for all, but also, God’s Grace Academy’s commitment to excellence through education.”

The Principal of God’s Grace Academy, Mr Temwa Mbale, praised the initiative saying that the move will motivate students who “aspire to pursue tertiary education.” He went on to say that the Academy is excited about the partnership since, as well as opening more doors to those who would want to further their education, “our expectation is that we should be able to collaborate in other areas such as training.” 

About Unicaf University

Unicaf University Malawi offers Bachelor, Master’s, and Doctoral degrees in a wide range of subjects. It combines traditional face-to-face tuition with the active use of digital learning tools through an innovative blended learning approach. The Unicaf University campus is accredited nationally by the NCHE and internationally by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) in the UK.

Students have the opportunity to earn internationally recognised degrees at a low cost through 100% online delivery or with the option of on-campus study. Students can benefit from the Unicaf Scholarship Programme that has already awarded $100 million worth of scholarships to more than 60,000 applicants in 158 countries.


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