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How authentic is Unicaf University?

I don’t think it is, UNICAF is not as well known as other universities because it was founded in 2012. It is registered and approved by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) in Malawi. It is mainly known in most of the countries in the African region. It has partnerships with internationally accredited universities, such as the University of South Wales (UK), Marymount California University (US) and the University of Nicosia (Europe). You can contact these universities to verify.Forbes also has an interesting article about them UNICAF Offers University Degrees To Africans for 20% Of Western Price You should read it.

What's the accreditation of UNICAF University in Malawi?

UNICAF is a private university in the republic of Malawi. According to its website, the university is accredited by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) and Higher Education Authority (HEA)

Are PhD degrees reliable at Unicaf University?

A2A. Are PhD degrees reliable at Unicaf University?PhD - Doctorate of Philosophy is an online self directed degree with a number of supervisors. It is effectively a PhD by publication because there is no courses in any discipline. It is only accredited by National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) in Malawi and the Higher Education Authority of Zambia (HEA).EDIT: Based on the following from Dr. Kevin Andrews, FSA,FHEA, MAUA, Chief Academic Officer, I find the PhD degrees at Unicaf University reliable. But you can judge for yourself.“As background please note that UNICAF, as a global online delivery provider, collaborates with a large number of organisations and individuals, including Universities, regulatory bodies, investors, consultants and academics. Its mission is to work towards providing an affordable, accessible higher education solution for those living in challenging conditions within developing nations, principally within sub-Saharan Africa.“One of our partners is the relatively newly established Unicaf University, a developing network of hub location Universities in Africa, each regulated and licenced within its own country, but sharing wider values and mission of the wider network. The PhD programmes to which you refer are not modelled on the more widely known US model of accumulating credit through taught modules (which equates roughly to the UK level 7 awards), but are more reflective of the UK model of research through a supervisory relationship that develops from an initial research proposal (at level 8 of the framework for higher education qualifications). As such the coordination of a community of practice that matches candidates to supervisory teams takes place across a network of experts in their field who have been approved to serve as supervisors by respective awarding bodies. Many of these individuals are what I termed (in a recent interview with the Times Higher and as was discussed by me during the African Higher Education Summit organised by the same in Ghana), as ‘portfolio academics’ who may be working for a number of different institutions where the terms of their collective contracts allow them to do so. Moreover, some of our colleagues involved in supervision are successful, senior figures within their respective fields who have expressed a wish to contribute on a pro-bono basis as a means of ‘giving back’ to society and sharing their knowledge and expertise. Under such (often confidential) terms, it would not be appropriate to share public facing profiles and CVs.“I can, however, refer you to one of our Doctoral coordinators, Dr Elena Christoforou who plays a role in matching candidates to supervisors, … and my colleague and collaborative partner, the Vice Chancellor of Unicaf University in Zambia, Professor Mpazi Sinjela an eminent International Lawyer who spent most of his working life within the United Nations (in the US) and is well networked to enable supervisory relationships to develop in the area of Law.“I am sure that you will appreciate that higher education within Africa is under enormous pressure with respect to a lack of capacity (especially in relation to building research expertise) and that a proliferation of scams and diploma mills operating on the continent, constantly undermines confidence in bona fide operations such as UNICAF and Unicaf University. It is in the spirit of openness and promotion of academic freedom for all, that I thank you for your questions and would hope that you will use the information that I have provided with sensitivity when making responses to social media platform enquiries that I have noted you generously contribute to.”Note: I have removed any sensitive information from my answer. If you wish to look at the three names, I suggest you google them.

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