Malawi Institute Management (MIM) Friday graduated 56 students for Master of Science in Strategic Management 13th Cohort and Master of Business Administration 5th Cohort programs.
Speaking during the graduation ceremony, Director General for Malawi Communication Regulatory Authority (MACRA) an engineer Charles Nsaliwa said they were proud to see that 56 student are graduating.
He said the management was happy with the students who have managed to meet the demands of higher level study as well as fulfilling the requirements of demanding schedules.
“We congratulate you on your diligence and commitment. Your award is a major milestone in your personal and professional life and we hope that your career progression has been significantly enhanced by your achievements,” he said.
Nsaliwa said the faculty is extremely proud and pleased to work with MIM as it continues to be flagship for management development across the country.
He said MACRA has a range of programmes that are being offered at MIM to ensure that there remain a number of outstanding opportunities for students in Malawi to further develop their career.
In his word, Professor Keith Horton said University of Derby from United Kingdom, an institution of the highest standing and MIM partnership has always been excellent. He thanked MIM for the commitment in working with University of Derby and recognizes the long standing dedication together with the university, to the development of high level management education in Malawi.
“I am pleased to report that our relationship with MIM continues to flourish, with new initiatives under active discussion. We could not ask for a better endorsement than that given by our students and hope that as you graduate you go forward as both alumni of, and also ambassadors for the University of Derby,” he said.
Horton said that their hope is that the graduating students will utilize the skills and attributes they have developed through learning to benefit the community and to help the students achieve their career.
He therefore encouraged the graduates to join many former students as members of the alumni association in Malawi, a group designed to continue the sharing and development of expertise.