NCHE releases a selection List following the application cycle. The selection list for the academic year 2023/2024 basically contains the names of students selected/accepted into a programme in public universities in Malawi.
Many factors determine whether you will be on the selection list, you may want to go back to the list of requirements.
As you should know, The National Commission for Higher Education (NCHE) is responsible for the regulation and coordination of higher education in Malawi and to achieve this a set of requirements are employed.
Accreditation is a process of recognizing programmes offered by higher education institutions. Accredited education institutions include
Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST);
Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR);
College of Medicine (CoM);
Kamuzu College of Nursing (KCN) and Malawi College of Accountancy (MCA).
While results for the Polytechnic are pending, Chancellor College is yet to be assessed for accreditation. Ten (10) private institutions so far have been accredited,
(DMI St. John University,
Pentecostal Life University,
Malawi Assemblies of God University,
Malawi Adventist University,
Livingstonia University, Nkhoma University,
African Bible College and Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA).
NCHE Selection List PDF Download
The NCHE selection list for 2023/2024 may be uploaded in form of a PDF document, which can be downloaded from the NCHE website or obtained from the universities’ admission offices. The list typically contains the names of the students who have been selected for various programs, including their admission numbers and the programs they have been selected for.
To access the NCHE selection list for 2023/2024, students should visit the NCHE website or the websites of the individual universities. The list is usually categorized by program and university, making it easy for students to find the information they need.
However, at the time of the publication of this post, the application for selection was ongoing, so check back later for updates on this.