Exploits University  graduates 300 students in various faculties 

Exploits University  has graduated 300 student with Diploma’s and degrees in various programmes at a function which was held at Bingu International Conference Centre in Lilongwe.

Rev Nick Chakwera delivering the speech at the graduation
Exploits University graduation procession
Bikiko in an interview on the sidelines of the graduation

The ceremony took place under strict Covid -19 guidelines of 50 people per session as  students were divided into six groups.

In his speech during the ceremony,  Exploits University  president Dr Desmond Bikoko  said since exploits university was introduced, it has nurtured hundreds of young men and women with expertise which they are employing in various sectors of the Malawi’s economy.

He  said the University aims at creating job opportunities through entrepreneurship skills.

Bikoko advised the graduates: “As you are graduating today it’s time to ensure that you go  out and employ others.”

In his remarks, guest of honour  Reverend Nick Chakwera , who is son of President Lazarus Chakwera, gave an inspirational statement to students advising them what to do while in the world there.

He urged students to be focused and maintain their goals.

“It’s time to remain focused and ensure to cling to the same goals,” said Chakwera.

Chakwera also spoke on the importance of social discipline and morals.

University Marketing executive Ashraf Patridge says the school will continue offering good quality education in ensuring that the students graduating from the University are marketable.

“We will continue doing business unusual by offering quality education amid Covid -19 pandemic” He said.

Patridge said the school are now opened and will take all Covid – 19 measures to ensure students are protected from the pandemic so that the next year graduation is also colourful.

He said the school is also enrolling fulltime classes, evening and weekend and open distance learning (ode-l).

Some of the programmes which the students have graduated include diploma in management studies, Bachelor of Accountancy, Bachelor of Arts in health systems management.

Other programs include Bachelor of arts in human resource management, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts in logistics and supply chain management and postgraduate programmes of Masters  and PhD 36 months.

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Jani Banda
1 month ago

Interesting university. What is the ranking of this university in Africa & the world?
What are its research outputs?
Exploits University graduates I applaud the hard work, but now whither from here? Good luck with further studies because you really need that.

Black berry
Black berry
1 month ago

Congratulations. Welcome to the tough economic world.

Ngombwax
Ngombwax
1 month ago

You really can’t make this stuff up: Junior Chakwera is busy dishing out diplomas at a diploma mill while his dad is denigrating genuine graduates at Mzuni as “first-degree stupidity” products. Methinks Mzuni forgot to give Laz his sitting allowance.

Thanks
Thanks
1 month ago
Reply to  Ngombwax

Muphulika ndi nsanje zanu. There is no university that offers mill degrees in Malawi at the moment. Ngati muli ndi ndalama kapangeni yanu university tione. Demeti mbuzi yamunthu iwe

Jani Banda
1 month ago
Reply to  Thanks

Why dont you check out how good this university is by comoaring with other universities here?

http://www.4icu.org

http://www.timeshighereducation.com

It is sobering.

Petros Namagwelu
Petros Namagwelu
1 month ago
Reply to  Ngombwax

Do you know what it means by Diploma mill? Or You are saying this out of jealous for your friends achievements. With Diploma mill you don’t go through classes no research, simply put with Diploma mill a paper is bought. You can get sued with this my friend. Can you provide evidence that degrees are bought at exploits? Have you ever done research on the same? Or you are one of the beneficiaries? Learn to appreciate others people’s achievements.

zikunka nabeba kwa masharubu
zikunka nabeba kwa masharubu
1 month ago

Understandably, your anger Petros is probably because you or your wife has had exploits award them some paper. But did you take some time off your laziness to look up the ranking of this cheap University? Next time make your money proud, pay for tailoring.

Petros Namagwelu
Petros Namagwelu
1 month ago

Looks like you have high EQ than IQ. I don’t argue with people like you, it’s a waist of time. There is no University in Malawi that is highly ranked in Africa or world wide including unima.If at all you have evidence of diploma mill why don’t you report it to nche?

Jephat Nundwe
Jephat Nundwe
1 month ago

Thumbs up to the graduants.Remember to employ others not yourself looking for employment think outside the box and be part of the needed economic transformation Malawi wants

Prophet
Prophet
1 month ago

300 from Exploits and around 1100 from Mzuni just in a week. The market is just saturated with degrees with no employment opportunities.

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