News



Statement on opening of new academic year

MUST is pleased to announce dates for opening of the 2021/22 academic year as per the attached statement:

Release of end of Semester II exam results

The University has released results of Semester II exams results as per the attached statement:

Call for Applications: PG programmes

MSc in Biodiversity Informatics and MSc in Disaster Risk Management. Check the full advert and Application Form as attached below:

Call for Applications: Legume System Innovators Competition

MUST in conjunction with several partners have organised a Legume System Innovators Competition and they are now calling for applications. For more details, check the attached flyer:

Opportunity: CIMPAD Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge

There is an opportunity for youths to compete in an entrepreneurship and innovation competition that has been jointly organised by MUST and CIMPAD. For more details, check the attached flyer:

HESLGB opens loan applications

The Higher Education Students Loans and Grants Board (The Loans Board) has opened this year’s window for loan applications as per the attached poster:

Call for Papers: 8th ACIST Conference

MUST will this year host the 8th African Conference on Information Systems and Technology (ACIST) on August 25 and 26. The conference will be held both physically and virtually. However, from last Friday, April 8, there are a number of scheduled activities as part of preparations and they include call for papers and the whole process involved with deadlines. The link here is for the conference’s call for papers with timelines for various activities for those interested to participate and/or make presentations: .

Training in Fibre Optic Networking

The Department of Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) in conjunction with Fibre Optic Networking Solutions (FONS), will conduct the first 2022 short course in fibre optic networking from 27th – 29th April, 2022 as per the attached flyer. Please click here for the full advert:

Clarification on Fanizo Majamanda’s situation

Clarification on Fanizo’s situation
The University is pleased to clarify the situation of one Fanizo Majamanda who allegedly withdrew from MUST due to lack of fees.
Find attached a statement on his situation:

Call for Applications into the Community Innovation Program

MUST and TEVETA, through the Community Innovation Program (CIP), are inviting community innovators and researchers to apply for an innovation fellowship to work with experienced mentors in improving their innovations.

BACKGROUND

The CIP has a primary focus on innovators from communities in Malawi who create innovations but do not have the capacity or support to advance or commercialise for economic development. The program has been created on the premise that there are many innovations in communities that lack identification and support but have potential for commercialization and up-scaling.

MUST and TEVETA are leading a joint development and implementation of community led innovation systems and functions to support local level innovative ideas and link them to the University Garage. The key strategy is establishment of Community Innovation Hubs (CIH) to be supported by District Innovation Boards. Please download the call for application here: