Arba Minch University

New MSc Programs for the year 2014 second semester

Arba Minch Institute of Technology of Arba Minch University in collaboration with Ethiopian Road Authority (ERA) is going to run postgraduate program in the following Engineering specialization areas during 2006E.C academic year. The MSc program is sponsored by Ethiopian Road Authority (ERA).

  • MSc in Hydraulic Engineering
  • MSc in Environmental Engineering

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Dept. of Geology celebrates 8th anniversary with pomp and show

‘‘Geology is a science that plays a crucial role in the development of a country like Ethiopia. We have good resources in the country, but, we need skilled manpower which can explore and exploit the resources systematically; and young geologists are responsible for that,’’ Academic Affairs Vice President, Dr Agena Anjulo said.

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14th Symposium on Sustainable Water Resources Development

Arba Minch University Institute of Technology has extended the deadline for submission of abstract/paper for the “14th Symposium on Sustainable Water Resources Development” to 30th of May 2014. For more; you can also directly send your paper/abstract to this email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Enthusiasm marks 8th anniversary celebration of Dept. of Geology

Geology is a science that plays a crucial role in the development of a country like Ethiopia. Though, we have good resources, but, we need skilled manpower which can explore and exploit the resources systematically; and young geologists are responsible for that, Academic Affairs Vice President, Dr Agena Anjulo said.

Read more: Enthusiasm marks 8th anniversary celebration of Dept. of Geology

Research out-puts must be used for community’s welfare: Dr Agena

Despite Ethiopia’s climatic conditions favoring horticultural crops including fruits and vegetables of temperate, tropical and sub-tropical origin, yet annually we could grow 2 million tones of fruits and vegetables from 12,000 hectares of land, which is insignificant, rued Academic Affairs Vice President, Dr Agena Anjulo.

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