CEC scholars graduate in style

News   Hazviperi Mbizi   December 22, 2021
PIC: Associate Professor Chitera (C) Dr Ngwira (R) and Chikoti (L) during the ceremony
MUBAS Continuing Education Centre (CEC) has awarded, certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas to over 600 students who have successfully completed their studies in various programmes.

The graduation ceremony which was presided over by the Acting Vice Chancellor Associate Professor Nancy Chitera, took place on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at the Bingu International Conference Centre.

Speaking before presiding over the auspicious event, Associate Professor Nancy Chitera explained that she is honored to witness this event which falls inline with what MUBAS envisage on the production of reputable, unique and high performing human capital.

Apart from the university programmes, CEC also offers programmes under international exam boards such as ABMA and City and Guilds.

Some of the programmes offered include: Diplomas in Secretarial Administration, Graphics and Media Studies, Journalism, Community Development, Advanced Diplomas in Business Management, Public Health and Computing Information Systems.

 In his remarks, the Acting Director of CEC Victor Chikoti, congratulated the graduands by fulfilling the centre’ s mandate which is to offer lifelong training opportunities to equally intelligent students who did not have the chance to enroll at the main university.

“As an arm of MUBAS we always do research to find out the challenges that Malawi as a country is facing. We noted that we need to groom people in areas like business management, health management, human resource management and many other programmes. As a university we saw the need of assisting the government in resolving challenges which are being faced in the country,” said Chikoti.

CEC operates in four campuses namely: Blantyre  Chichiri, Lilongwe Falls, Mzuzu Luwinga and Salima Nsalura.


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