MUST is pleased to announce names of students who have been selected for studies at the university for the 2023/24 academic year under Full Economic Fee Paying, Mature Entry and PG categories. To access the full selection list, follow the link below:
MUST releases first issue of its journal
Malawi University of Science and Technology is pleased to announce the release of its first issue of the Advances in Sciences and Arts (ASA) journal today. Interested individuals can access the articles on: https://asa.must.ac.mw/
The Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) is pleased to inform students, parents and guardians that through the Skills for a Vibrant Economy (SAVE) project, it will offer a three-week Basic Sciences bridging programme to its 2023/2024 academic year first-year students (those expected to start first year in January, 2024). This programme is to ensure that first year-students are prepared for their university studies and for learning in the university environment. This activity is free and open to all the aforementioned students. Participants are expected to meet their own logistical arrangements i.e. transportation to the designated venues and meals during the programme. Attached is a flyer with more details:
The Malawi University of Science and Technology’s (MUST) Academy of Medical Sciences in collaboration with the University of California San Francisco’s (UCSF) Benioff Children’s Hospital will be conducting a clinical research study over the coming months. The study, known as the Mtambo Study, is funded by the UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences (IGHS) and the UCSF Resource Allocation Program (RAP). It will be conducted in Thyolo District and will focus on pediatric febrile illness. The study is aimed at getting a better understanding of how such illnesses present, are treated and managed as well as understanding the microbiological causes with the aim of developing better predictive markers which will lead to improved clinical outcomes for Malawian children. The Mtambo Study is managed by a study team headed by a Project Principal Investigator (Project PI). To effectively meet the study objectives, MUST now invites applications from suitably qualified and interested candidates to fill the position of Clinical Research Coordinator, to be recruited as an individual consultant. Download the full advert for the position here:
The Malawi University of Science and Technology’s (MUST) Academy of Medical Sciences in collaboration with the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) will be conducting a research project in the coming months. The study, known as the MSuN Study, is funded by the UCSF Centre for Pandemic Preparedness and Response (CPPR). It will be conducted in Thyolo District and will aim to establish a public health surveillance network that can be utilized during potential outbreaks and recognition of emerging health threats. For this purpose, the study team is seeking to recruit a research coordinator who will lead the research team in various aspects related to the study. The MSuN Study is managed by a study team headed by a Project Principal Investigator (Project PI). To effectively meet the study objectives, MUST now invites applications from suitably qualified and interested candidates to fill the position of Research Study Coordinator, to be recruited as an individual consultant. Download here the full advert for the position:
The Engineering Department within the Malawi Institute of Technology (MIT) at MUST has lined up a number of CAD related short courses. Attached below is a full advert for the call for applications for those interested and eligible:
The Malawi University of Science and Technology is pleased to announce names of students selected into three of its undergraduate programmes for the 2023/24 academic year under the Open and Distance E-Learning (ODeL).
Students under ODeL attend classes delivered online with scheduled face-to-face classes that are determined from time to time. Except for the face-to-face classes and examinations writing times when the students are required to come on campus, the rest of the classes are administered while the students are away from campus. During the face-to face sessions, students will be expected to arrange for their own accommodation and living expenses. However, since this mostly happens when generic students are on holiday, there are at times university hostel rooms available for a small fee on campus.
The selected students are advised that their classes will start on Monday, 6th November, 2023. For one to be registered and start classes, they need to pay full or part of the annual fees. Tuition fees is K585,000 per academic year which can be paid in two equal instalments of K292,500 per semester.
For any further information or inquiries, please contact Mr Charles Maluwa on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0999304336.
You can access the full list of selected students here:
MUST advertised for various non-generic programmes in August. While receipt of applications for all the other categories has been closed, the university has decided to extend the deadline for postgraduate programmes to September 29, 2023. The advert with an extended deadline is attached here: