On 27 August 2020, Government announced the reopening of schools from 7 September 2020 for phase one. However, Students studying with Institute of bankers in Malawi are under phase two and schools will open 12 October 2020. With that in view IOB will conduct its examinations from 15 November to 20 November 2020.
We are almost to the close of first quarter 2020 and it is our sincerely belief that those that are writing the examinations are fully prepared for it. We announced that due to the increasing plea to continue with the provision of study materials we have adjusted the fees a little so that we cope with the inflation as we have not increased our fees for three years. We recommend that you read widely to pass the examinations. Do not restrict yourselves to the manuals as these are just guides to your coverage of the syllabus.
A happy new year to all our dear students. We believe you rested well during the festive season. Now it is back to class and books. The journey starts now without waiting for the examination period. The IOB staff wishes you well in 2020. We look to a fruitful year and that we will work hand in hand together. Please feel free to come and visit us at the offices for any complaints or suggestions you might have. Sometimes, issues are best resolved through face to face interaction. Your success is our pride, so let us join hands and walk through this journey together.
Dear 2019 Graduating Student,
We are pleased to advise you that this year’s graduation ceremony will be held on Friday, 27th September 2019 at Mount Soche Hotel, Njamba room from 7:00 – 11:00 am. Prior to the main function, we will hold rehearsals on Thursday, 26th September 2019 from 1:30 pm at the same venue.
Find the lists of graduating students below:
The Bankers Association of Malawi (BAM) and Institute of Bankers in Malawi (IOB) are pleased to inform all stakeholders and the general public that effective 2nd January 2020, they have moved from Ulimi House, Corner Glyn Jones and Sharpe Roads to Kabula Plot number LK404 off Hardman road which is along the way to Kabula Lodge. Hardman road is the toad to Michiru Hill. The phone numbers remain the same 01821616/ 0212828005/ 0881264068