Central Christian University (CCU) is a Research-Based Private-Not-Profit University dedicated to provide Higher Education Programmes in Malawi and beyond. CCU is a world- class university established to compete in the global knowledge-based economy, train productive human resources and promote national development. The University is duly registered with the Malawi Government with Certificate of incorporation No. 14634. Hon Prof. Osman H. Nyakuleha founded Central Christian University formerly known as Christian College of Education in August 2015. CCU is located in the commercial City of Blantyre, and our main campus is situated at the Beverly Building-Opposite to National Library Services, Along Zalewa Road. CCU is ISO 9001:2015 Certified and registered by NCHE, QAHE Accredited , CUFCE Recognized, FIG Accredited, MACCA Accredited, NTA Recognized, and a proud member of Association of African Universities (AAU), Logos International University ( UNILOGOS), Kesmonds International University (KIU), Rudolph Kwanue University College- (RKUC), The Institute of Forensic Accountants of Pakistan (IFAP), The Global University of Science and Technology (GUST), American Management Association (AMA), American Planning Association (APA), Association of MBAs, ILA Intersections, International Association of Academicians Scholars, Scientists & Engineers (IAASSE), International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) International Association of Conscious & Creative Writers (IACCW) International Association of Innovation Professionals (IAIP), International Management Research & Technology Consortium (IORTC), International Society for Development & Sustainability (ISDS), National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE), Online Learning Consortium (OLC), Regional Studies Association (RSA) & many more.

The University was founded to fill a niche in the market of tertiary education which is to strengthen the linkage between universities-industries through research and development activities in Malawi and beyond. CCU realizes that higher education institutions are widely recognized as essential contributors to economic development through their role in producing the knowledge, skills, and innovations needed to drive their respective national economies. In today’s knowledge-based economies, research and development (R&D) is seen as key to economic growth and competitiveness

There is therefore a need to create a strong interface between this educational sub-sector and the productive sector that requires the skills and knowledge of graduates from universities and other higher educational institutions in their enterprises to increase productivity. In addition to producing work-ready graduates for the job market, universities, also play a pivotal role in conducting research, consultancy and technological innovations that promote real and sustained economic growth and social development.

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