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Student Achievement at ABC

Make an informed decision about your education by understanding how ABC's retention and graduation rates provide you with a clear picture of our students' achievements. Retention rates inform you about how many students complete their courses from one academic year to the next, while graduation rates indicate how many of our students who enroll as freshmen remain enrolled all the way to graduation, successfully completing their programs.

Retention Rates

ABC has maintained a consistent retention rate from one year to the other across all programs, for all core courses. ABC students are full-time, and most of them live on campus, therefore making a strong commitment to completing their course of studies. View graph for ABC retention rates from 2020 to 2022.

Graduation Rates

ABC is committed to encouraging and helping students complete their courses of study. There are many challenges to our students as the 4-year program is rigorous, but our academic and administrative staff strives to offer students assistance in many ways as they face those challenges. ABC has maintained a strong graduation rate in the last 3 years, as shown below.

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Notable Graduates of ABC

At ABC, we believe that God has a special plan and purpose for each of our graduates. ABC bible scholars are spread out in all areas of society in Malawi, Liberia, Uganda and beyond. See below a list of notable graduates of ABC Malawi:

List of Notable Graduates of ABC

Rev. Davidson Chifungo (Class of 1997)

General Secretary of the Presbyterian Church’s 2 million member

Nkhoma Synod (CCAP)

Rev. Bosman Chitheka (Class of 2006)

Senior Minister and former Vice Moderator of the Presbyterian

Church (CCAP)

Alexander Mfune (Class of 2005)

Missionary, evangelist and church planter to Mozambique

Kenneth Mpemba (Class of 2004)

Pastor, Blantyre Baptist Church (Southern Baptist) and Founder of Malawi Children’s Mission which cares for over 300 impoverished children

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