Malawi University MUST Water Resources Management Department
Information about the Malawi University of Science and Technology MUST Water Resources Management Department for this Academic year. Applicants can find valuable insights regarding the subject on this page. Welcome to Studyinmalawi.com. The above is information will assist you to make an informed decision.
Brief History; The Malawi University of Science and Technology is a public university in Thyolo in South Malawi. It was established on 17 December 2012. MUST opened doors in March 2014, the first undergraduate programmes were: 1. Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 2. Chemical Engineering 3. Biomedical Engineering
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The department of Water Resources Management is one of the four departments under the Ndata School of Climate and Earth Sciences.
To provide training to both undergraduates and postgraduates, conduct research and consultancy services in water resources management for socio-economic growth and sustainable development of the country.
To be a unique department that equips students with the fundamental and analytical skills needed to approach any water related problems.
To train high quality graduates as well as coordinate and facilitate research in water resources management.
The overall strategic outcome of the DEPARTMENT is to ensure that there is an Increased Number of Experts in water resources management in the country. Precisely this implies:
- Increased number of hydrologists, hydro-geologists, water quality experts, WASH experts.
- Increased water Governance experts including experts in socio-economic aspects of water, water law, EIA & SEIA.
- Increased number of trained business and entrepreneurship experts in water resources management.
- Increased number of experts in Ground Water Resources management.
- Enhanced research in Ground Water Resources.
- Increased number of experts in borehole design, installation, operation & maintenance
- Increased number of experts in sustainable management of water Resources
- Enhanced research in water resources management
- Increased FEMALE PARTICIPATION in climate change and water resources research, resilience, mitigation and adaptation.
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