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CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND ROLE OF PRIVATE SECTOR IN GRADUATE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT Central Administration Office CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND ROLE OF PRIVATE SECTOR IN GRADUATE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT Central Administration Office Adamson Muula John Saka University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 1

Background 1. Leading and the oldest university in Malawi (1965) and comprises four colleges; Background 1. Leading and the oldest university in Malawi (1965) and comprises four colleges; 2. Fifteen faculties and 13 research centres; 3. Four business units; 4. Five clinical services units; 5. 698 academic staff; 6. 71 administrative staff; 7. 1, 059 technical and support staff. University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 2

University Colleges Chancellor College of Medicine Kamuzu College of Nursing The Polytechnic University-Private Sector University Colleges Chancellor College of Medicine Kamuzu College of Nursing The Polytechnic University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 3

Objects of the University 1. To encourage the advancement and dissemination of learning and Objects of the University 1. To encourage the advancement and dissemination of learning and research 2. To engage in such university education and research as is responsive to the needs of Malawi and the whole world 3. To provide facilities for higher education, for research and for the advancement of knowledge in such branches of learning and study and for such persons as the Council may from time to time determine 4. Subject to the Act and the Statutes, to award and confer Degrees and Diplomas, and other academic distinctions, including Honorary Degrees and distinctions University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 4

University Core values Commitment Entrepreneurship Professionalism Responsiveness Integrity Openness to diversity University-Private Sector Programme University Core values Commitment Entrepreneurship Professionalism Responsiveness Integrity Openness to diversity University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 5

Table 1: Students enrolment and graduation (0. 1% international) 2016/17 2015/2016 2014/2015 2013/2014 ENROLMENT Table 1: Students enrolment and graduation (0. 1% international) 2016/17 2015/2016 2014/2015 2013/2014 ENROLMENT Undergraduate 11024 10, 588 9, 250 8, 755 Postgraduate 1158 1, 409 895 636 TOTAL 12482 11, 997 10, 145 9, 391 2298 2, 180 267 3 1, 974 7 207 2565 2, 253 2, 181 GRADUANDS Undergraduate Postgraduate TOTAL University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 6

Workforce Development Model Source: USAID/Jordan (January 2009 as cited by Dunbar, January, 2013, pg. Workforce Development Model Source: USAID/Jordan (January 2009 as cited by Dunbar, January, 2013, pg. 4) University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 7

Development of academic programmes 1. 2007/8 UNIMA Curriculum Reform 2. Adherence to the Quality Development of academic programmes 1. 2007/8 UNIMA Curriculum Reform 2. Adherence to the Quality Assurance and Enhancement Policy (2015) i. Training Needs Assessment (TNA) including national/sectoral HR needs ii. Tracer Studies iii. Internal Consultation 3. Compliance with national specifications from the National Council for Higher Education 4. Academic Planning and Courses Committee (APCC) 5. Senate iv. Stakeholder Consultation University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 8

Private Sector/Industry engagement Definition/Reasons • Private sector/Industry includes either employers, acting in a purely Private Sector/Industry engagement Definition/Reasons • Private sector/Industry includes either employers, acting in a purely commercial capacity or fulfilling a corporate social responsibility policy, and private, for-profit, training providers 1. Identification of knowledge, skills and competencies 2. Transferable skills 3. Participation in delivery 4. Creation and sustainability of public/private partnerships (PPPs) 5. Increasing quantity and improve the quality of demand-driven, industry-relevant skills development. 6. Skills development ensures greater participation by employers. 7. Strategic support towards financing gaps University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 9

Higher Education in Africa and SDGs/AU 2063 Agenda The HE Champion, the President of Higher Education in Africa and SDGs/AU 2063 Agenda The HE Champion, the President of Malawi at RUFORUM side event at the UN, 1 October, 2015 University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 10

Malawi Political Leadership • His Excellency Prof Peter Arthur Mutharika President of the Republic Malawi Political Leadership • His Excellency Prof Peter Arthur Mutharika President of the Republic of Malawi and Chancellor delivered on 10 th June, 2017 at the Oxford Union. He said: ‘‘First, we need an education that goes beyond the classroom. We need an education whose objective is not simply to qualify and certify individuals. It must be an education that aims at building capabilities in the people. We must aim at empowering the people with skills. ’’ University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 11

Strategic Partnerships for SDGs/AU Academia Civil Society Governm ents SDGs/AU 2063 Private Sector/Busi nesses Strategic Partnerships for SDGs/AU Academia Civil Society Governm ents SDGs/AU 2063 Private Sector/Busi nesses Regional Economic Communiti es/blocks Internatio nal Organisati ons University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 12

Graduate Programmes Programme Focus Partners MSc Applied Industrial Chemistry Chemical Manufacturing Chemical Industries Master Graduate Programmes Programme Focus Partners MSc Applied Industrial Chemistry Chemical Manufacturing Chemical Industries Master of Commercial Law Financial Sectior Banks/National Bank Ph. D Engineering Infrastructure Malawi Institute of Engineers Ph. D Global Health Implementation Health Medical Council of Malawi MSc Bioinformatics Health Management NGO Sector Ph. D Interprofessional Health care Nursing Management Nursing/NGO Master of Public Health and NGOs MA Applied Ethics Moral Ethics/Integrity Government/Industry MSc (Agroforestry) Tree Management Forestry/NGOs University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 13

Thought Leadership Dialogue with Industry • Industry-Universities platformed • Industry/private sector participating in Tracer Thought Leadership Dialogue with Industry • Industry-Universities platformed • Industry/private sector participating in Tracer Study • Regular engagement University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 14

International Leadership • The President of the Twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Anthony International Leadership • The President of the Twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Anthony Carmona, during the 14 th Association of Caribbean Higher Education Administrators (ACHEA) annual conference (9 -11 July, 2015) said (andre. [email protected] com): "The time has come for the private sector - for example, the oil and gas industries and tourism - to have a substantial hand in designing the appropriate secondary and tertiary curricula. This will not only financially benefit the student and the university, but will ensure that students graduate with the skills and knowledge that will best service the needs of the respective corporate and private sector industries’’ University-Private Sector Programme Development, Kigali, 19 October, 2017 15