Unicaf University students take a study break to Zomba Dam
Situated in the eastern region of Malawi, the scenic and historic city of Zomba was the selected location for a day out for Blantyre-based students of Unicaf University. The area is home to several national habitats including the Mulunguzi Dam in the heart of the famous Zomba Plateau. The area also houses and is an important preservation zone for the local butterfly population.
The trip was designed to bring together Unicaf University students with the intention of building a student support network. In addition, it is hoped that students would take advantage of the services offered by Unicaf University’s office in Blantyre.
The Zomba Plateau is the region’s major tourist attraction. Activities offered include hiking, horse riding, rock-climbing, fishing and mountain-biking. Unicaf University students spent the day discovering the surrounding beauty, taking photo opportunities and selfies and ending the day with a well-deserved barbeque.
About Unicaf University
Unicaf University 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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