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Opportunity: INCUBATES IN SMALL SCALE MINERAL PROCESSING

The Malawi University of Science and Technology, with support from Jobs for Youth Project (J4Y) under the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, and financed by the African Development Bank (AfDB) grant, has established a Business Incubation Programme in Small-Scale Mining and Associated Works (SMAW). The programme will provide space where innovations, inventions and creative solutions in the mining sector will be incubated, nurtured and developed to scale. SMAW aims at transferring technical skills to the youth to enable them run successful small scale mining ventures.

MUST is now inviting eligible and interested youths to start or strengthen their current small-scale mining and associated work businesses to submit applications. Please follow this link: MUST_AfDB_Advert_Incubates (1)

Information about MUST programmes and requirements for selection

Now that the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) has called for applications for selection into public universities, interested students can access and check programmes on offer at MUST and their requirements for selection. Those interested, click here to access our brochures: 1, AMS last

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Advert: REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST; INTERNAL AUDIT SERVICES

The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) has budgeted resources in the Financial Year 2019/20 towards the cost of implementing various programs in the University and it intends to apply part of the funds towards payments for Consulting Services. The consulting services include provision of Internal Audit Services. For more details, click here: FINAL REOI INTERNAL AUDIT SERVICE

Advert: PROVISION OF LANDSCAPING SERVICES

Those interested to bid, please click here for a full advert: Advert Landscaping services 2019 20 (1)

Advert: PROVISION OF SECURITY SERVICES

Those interested to bid, click here for the full advert: Advert security services 2019 20 (1)

Vacancy for students: Design Studio Technician

The vacancy attached is most suited for those who have just recently graduated. For more details, click on this link: Advert – Design Studio Technician-Nov. 2019 (1)

EOI: Graduation Official Photographer

MUST is seeking the services of official photographer for its graduation ceremony on November 5, 2019 and it will also accredit all other photographers interested to provide services on the day. Those interested can get more details by clicking here: Advert for Graduation Photographers

AgTech Challenge 2019 announcement

The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST), under its Centre for Innovation and Industrial Research (CIIR), is one of the partners in the Centre for Agricultural Transformation (CAT) programme on innovation capacity building. An opportunity has arisen at CAT for tertiary education students to come up with innovations that would address some of the challenges faced by groundnuts farmers.

We all know that groundnuts are an important food and cash crop in Malawi. It is an important source of income for a lot of farmers, including women. However, groundnut production is not an easy task! It involves tedious activities starting from land preparation, planting, weeding, harvesting, shelling and other time-consuming activities. These
activities take up a lot of time, energy and money.

For more information on your task, click here for the full challenge poster: CAT-Tertiary

Vacancy: Drone Technician

The University, in partnership with Virginia Tech (USA), is establishing the African Drone and Data Academy (ADDA) in Lilongwe, Malawi. An exciting job opportunity has arisen at the University for a suitably qualified and experienced individual to fill the position of Drone Technician. Those interested, click here to access the advert: Advert – ADDA-Drone Technician, 2019(2)

MUST Congregation statement

The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) is this year holding its first ever Congregation. The press statement below explains more: PRESS STATEMENT ON MUST CONGREGATION final