Diploma Entrants Admission Lists 2018/2019

Mbarara University of Science and technology has released Admission Lists for Diploma Entry Scheme 2018/2019.

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Admission Lists for Government Sponsorship 2018/2019 released

The Government has released Admission lists for students that have been sponsored by Government at the higher Institutions of Learning for the Academic Year 201/2019.

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2nd Bright International Summer School on Software Engineering and Information Systems @ MUST 16th -20th April 2018

2nd Bright International Summer School on Software Engineering and Information Systems  @ MUST  16th -20th April 2018

The Makerere University School of Computing and IT is organizing the 2018-second edition of Summer School on Software Engineering and Information Systems, in Collaboration with Mbarara University of Science and Technology, University of Chalmers and University of Gothenburg. The summer school will feature four tutorials delivered by leading researchers in the Software Engineering and Information Systems from 16th to 20th April 2018.

Four year PhD Scholarship @ KU Leuven, Belgium

Four year PhD Scholarship @ KU Leuven, Belgium

The department of Environment and Livelihood Support Systems, Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies (FIS), MUST is partnering with the Department of Biology, Gulu University and KU Leuven, Belgium to implement a 4-year multi-disciplinary TEAM project titled "Analysis of past and projected future land use change and its impact on sediment fluxes in the Rwizi catchment".

Dr. Angella Musiimenta wins German African Innovation Award for Maternal Health Mobile Application

Dr. Angella Musiimenta wins German African Innovation Award for Maternal Health Mobile Application

The award is granted by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research in recognition of Dr. Musiimenta’s track record of outstanding research in using patient-centred technology-assisted interventions for improving the health of Ugandans. Using this award, MUST, in collaboration with Humboldt University will implement a 2-year project (MatHealth) that will build on the PhD work of Ms.

Call for Applications

Mbarara UniversityAcademic Registrar's office is calling for applications for Undergraduate(Diploma Entry) and Post Graduate programmes fr the Academic Yera 2018/2019.

For details and forms please visit

http://registrar.must.ac.ug/call-for-applications/

Or contact the Academic Registrar's office.

Thank you

MUST wins over $400,000 to develop Sustainable low field MRI Technology

MUST wins over $400,000 to develop sustainable low field MRI technology

MUST, in collaboration with the Pennsylvania State University, Boston Children’s Hospital, Delft University of Technology, Leiden University medical center, and the CURE Children’s Hospital of Uganda, has won grants from the US National Institutes of Health and the Netherlands NWO Open Mind programme totaling over  $400,000 to develop sustainable MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) technology. This is part of a $2 million grant meant for research aimed at reducing the number of infant death due to neonatal sepsis in developing countries.

Forensics Sciences training soon to be reality @ MUST

The Inspector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kayihura, top police forensic leadership and a high profile delegation from Cukurova University-Turkey were on Sunday, 3rd December 2017 hosted by Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) at its main campus at Kihumuro, Mbarara. The visit was in line with the university's planned introduction of a new dimension of forensics sciences training.

MUST to establish Institute of Forensics Sciences

MUST to establish Institute of Forensics Sciences

Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) on 30th November 2017 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Cukurova University, Turkey. The MoU was signed by the Vice Chancellor of MUST, Prof. Celestino Obua and the Rector of Cukurova University, Prof. Mustafa Kibar at the Uganda Police Headquarters in Naguru, Kampala in the presence of the Inspector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kaihura.

MUST wins a One Million Twenty Five Thousand Swedish Kronor Grant to support Schools in Nakivale Refugee Camp

MUST wins a One Million Twenty Five Thousand Swedish Kronor Grant to support Schools in Nakivale Refugee Camp

Nakivale camp has over 40,000 children many of whom are victims of forced displacement, wars, conflicts, tortures, and human rights abuses. Quality education can help refugee children regain their hope for the future. However, there are many barriers prohibiting refuge children from accessing quality education, and enjoying their full rights to education. These include: use of teaching methods that are hardly interactive and less beneficial to students, lack of access to modern teaching and learning resources, and teachers’ lack of ICT pedagogy skills.

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