The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Romanus Odhiambo (2nd right), with MUST Council Member Mrs. Mary Mugo (3rd right) and a team from RETICE-Kenya during a recent visit to the University.  Also in the photograph is Director of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre at MUST, Dr. Guyo Huka (left).  The team from RETICE-Kenya had visited the University to discuss on partnership as well as carry out a feasibility study to attract support from the United Kingdom. Some of the issues discussed included delivery of education using modern technology as well as Technology transfer.

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Romanus Odhiambo (Right) with Hon. Abdul Rahim Dawood (Left), HSC, Member of Parliament Imenti North Constituency and Dr. Shadrack Mwiti (Centre) from Debra Limited during a recent visit to the University.

H.E. Hon. William Samoei Ruto, EGH, EBS, The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, Hon. Kiraitu Murungi, The Governor of Meru County and Hon. (Dr.) John Kanyuithia Mutunga, Member of Parliament Tigania West Constituency dance with the Meru University of Science and Technology student choir during the Tigania West Education Endowment Funds Drive at Urru Stadium on 6th October, 2018

Meru University of Science and Technology Interdenominational Service held on Sunday, 7th October, 2018 at the Graduation Gardens.  The Theme of the Service was Reconciliation and Thanksgiving.

Members of County Assembly  from Tigania West during a recent visit to the University. Front Row from left are Hon. Priscilla Karauki, Hon. Salome Kirito, Majority Leader Hon. Victor Karithi, The Vice Chancellor, MUST, Prof. Romanus Odhiambo, Registrar Administration and Planning, Dr. Elijah Walubuka. Back Row from left are Hon. Kithinji Ethaiba, Hon. Bundi Ng’ala, Hon. David Muchena, Deputy Registrar Administration Mr. Stanley Ntuara and Ag Deputy Vice Chancellor Administration, Finance and Planning Dr. Guyo Huka

2018 MATRICULATION CEREMONY

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Romanus Odhiambo with student leaders during the induction workshop at the MUST main campus Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre.  Also in the photograph is the facilitator Mr. Peter Quest, DVC-ARS, Prof.Gitonga Mburugu, Ag. DVC-AFP, Dr. Guyo Huka, Registrar A&P, Dr. Elijah Walubuka, Ag. Dean of Students, Mrs. Ann Ntoiti and Assistant Registrar Examinations, Ms. Lillian Mworia

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Romanus Odhiambo, with the Meru Central Development Association leaders led by Amb. Francis Muthaura during a recent visit to the University.  Also in the photograph is the DVC-ARS, Prof. Gitonga Mburugu, Ag. DVC-AFP, Dr. Guyo Huka, Registrar-A&P, Dr. Elijah Walubuka and Director-Learning Centres, Mr. Richard Kirigia

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Romanus Odhiambo (Centre), with Marimba Community leaders during their visit to the University recently.  Also in the photograph is Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic, Research and Student Affairs) Prof. Gitonga Mburugu, Ag. Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration, Finance and Planning) Dr. Guyo Huka and Deputy Registrar (Administration) Mr. Stanley Ntuara

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Romanus Odhiambo (Centre), with leaders from Uringu Community Based Organization during their visit to the University recently.  Also in the photograph is Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic, Research and Student Affairs), Prof. Gitonga Mburugu and the Ag. Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration, Finance and Planning) Dr. Guyo Huka

INTAKE

Meru University of Science and Technology (MUST) invites applications from qualified candidates for the programmes indicated on the link below. Our intakes are in January, May and September every year

OUR PROFILE

The idea of establishing a University dates back many years to the early 1960s when the Njuri Ncheke (Council of elders of the Meru people) conceived an idea of establishing an institution of higher education….. Read more

SCHOOLS

INNOVATIONS

Sensor based Automatic Irrigation System

A team of technology geeks from Meru University of Science and Technology has developed an automatic irrigation system that uses soil moisture sensors to detect when the soil is dry so that the system can channel water to crops and when enough water has been delivered the system can shut down the water supply. A farmer can ……...Read More

Electronic Device for Real Time Monitoring of Crop Disease and Pests

A team of scientist from Meru University of Science and Technology has developed an electronic gadget for real time monitoring of crop diseases and pests in the field. The goal of the device is to alert a farmer during the onset of a crop disease or pest attack. The alert signal is in form of a sms message to his/her mobile phone..……Read More

Raspberry Pi Project

Meru University of Science and Technology won a KENET Raspberry mini grant. This project is geared towards using a credit size gadget called Raspberry Pi (RPI) to teach computational units in the university.
About the Project
Project Presentation Report at Safari Park Hotel-Nairobi
Other information about the project

Smart Home Automation Kit

A team of technologists from Meru University of Science and Technology (MUST) has developed a home automation kit dubbed “Smart home” capable of monitoring the status of appliances installed in either residential or business premises and remotely notify the owner when something is wrong through his/her phone ……Read More

CAMPUSES AND LEARNING CENTRE