From: Ag. Registrar, ASA To: All First Year Students Congratulations for being admitted at Meru University of Science and Technology. This is to inform you that lectures start on Monday, 9th November, 2020. The timetable can be viewed here. However, you are...read more
How to Settle in at University – Meru University of Science and Technology (MUST) The Meru University of Science and Technology community is thrilled to welcome close to 4,000 first year students to the MUST family. Welcome to the family first years. Mark this day, in...read more
Click on the links below to download the first semester 2020/2021 academic year Teaching Timetable. PhD BM Marimba Learning Center Main Campus Weekend School of Agriculture..read more
FROM: VICE CHANCELLOR TO: MUST Fraternity lt is with deep sorrow that we notify all MUST fraternity of the death of one of our beloved student, Thuranira Paul Kenneth. who passed on Sunday 25th October 2020. He died while undergoing treatment at the Nairobi Women...read more
This is to remind you that the reporting dates for first year 2020 intake is 5th November, 2020. No student will be admitted without clearing fee for the first semester of the Academic year 2020/2021. You are also reminded to bring with you the following admission...read more
The students whose names appear below should pick their letters from the office of the Dean of their Schools. S/N Name of Student Department Type of Appeal 1. BS207/0050/18 Business management Deregistration 2. BC555-0538/12 Accounting Deregistration 3....read more
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MUST Student Testimonial - Irene Wambui. (B.Sc. Information Technology – 3rd Yr) “It has been almost a month now since our University released a notice guided by a directive by the Government of Kenya for us to head home due to the global pandemic (COVID-19) outbreak....read more
MUST Student Testimonial: Churchill Ben Kihima Meet our very own Mr. MUST 2020/2021 (B.Sc. Clinical Medicine and Community Health). “I hope the MUST family is doing well. Despite the fact that this unprecedented global pandemic (COVID-19) has unearthed society’s...read more
Receive greetings from the University Management and Staff. We believe you are taking care of yourselves during this period of Covid-19 pandemic. We wish to encourage you to observe all the guidelines given by the Government for your own safety. We would like to...read more
I am extremely honored and happy to welcome you to this institution of excellence; Meru University of Science and Technology (MUST). We highly appreciate you taking the time to visit our website. MUST is committed to nurturing competitive, innovative and professional graduates, equipped with the knowledge and skills to enhance positive change in the global market. The university achieves this by offering quality education, training and research. MUST continually invests greatly on dedicated faculty, state of the art equipment, research and advanced technology, with a purpose to edify our students into goal-oriented and self-reliant graduates.
MUST believes in nurturing each student holistically. Therefore, we highly recommend our students to participate in at least one of the art, sports and co-curricular activities offered by the university.
In my tenure as Vice Chancellor, I am devoted to offering servant leadership with the aim of maintaining this institution’s integrity and success as a world class university…..Read More
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……….Read More
EPIVOT is an acronym that stands for: Enhancing Partnerships for Industry-led Vocational Training and education (ePIVOT) in the horticulture value chains of Kenya. This is a project that started in August of 2019 and will end in December of 2021. The project is funded by Read More
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
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
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
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