Orientation of Students

Orientation of Students

The Annual International dinner

Through the international Relations Office, MUST hosts a free annual dinner for its international students and its visitors. This activity aims at orienting new students and visitors into MUST community with cordial interactions.

Having trouble with settling in?

Student life does not always do well with most students especially when away from your home country. Some students may have feelings of home sickness or isolation from time to time.

The most important thing is for you not to curl up and stay quiet about this; however you may reach out for ways in which you may be more involved during your stay.

This may be through University Guild office, the university student clubs/ associations, Volunteering and the Sports union. [Link this to the guild page]

Other ways to cope in the university and adjusting to the student life could be seeking for counseling services from the University counselor.

Read Smart & Hard

Now that you are a registered student in MUST, and comfortable with the community, always remember the key reason for your stay which is to excel in your academics.

The MUST motto “Succeed We MUST” still applies to you during your stay.

In case of any difficulties in your field of study refer to the Dean of students, Counsellors office , your respective faculties, departments when you need help.

The Dean of Students Office

The international Relations Office works closely with the Dean of Students office for student welfare.

This office is there to keep you comfortable during your stay.

Issues regarding your place of accommodation, welfare and security are all received at the Dean of Students’ office desk.