Welcome to Mulungushi University


We understand that adapting to university is both thrilling and challenging. Orientation gives you the tools you need to make the adjustment to campus life as easy as possible. Before school/classes begin in the next few days, make new friends and settle into your new home.

This page provides general advice about starting at Mulungushi University.

Importance of Orientation

What is orientation?

Orientation is a series of events and activities aimed at assisting you, as a first-year student, in learning about everything that awaits you at university. You will meet new people, learn about campus services and resources, learn how to navigate the campus, and have some fun. Orientation, on the other hand, is more than a single day or week of events. It is about our dedication to assisting you as a new student.

Why should I attend Orientation?

Orientation is designed to assist students making the transition to MU, and has something to offer to incoming students, whether this is your first university experience directly from high school, you are transferring from another institution, or you are coming to university later in your life.

During Orientation, you will have the opportunity to;

  • meet with representatives from the university
  • find your way around on campus,
  • receive information on your degree and what is involved,
  • learn about the wide variety of campus resources available to you,
  • ask questions and get answers from members of the academic members staff and other MU staff,
  • talk with student organisations and learn how you can get involved on campus, and
  • set up your course registration and get started with your classes.

Getting Started

Step Zero - Join the Telegram Orientation Group

Download the Telegram App to your phone to join the Group. Please click on the link to join the group, and share the link with other students.
The group will be used to communicate announcements to all incoming first-years by the Academic Office and Dean of Students.


Step One - Understand the University Year

The University year consists of TWO semesters and two vacations between them. Within each semester there is a “Full Semester” lasting roughly 14 weeks and this is when teaching and lectures take place.

The Mulungushi University Semesters are:

  • Semester I or (Semester 1)
  • Semester II or (Semester 2)

Step Two - Identify your School, Department and Programme

Mulungushi University consists of SIX SCHOOLS  namely:
  1. School of Agriculture and Natural Resources - (SANR)
  2. School of Business Studies - (SBS)
  3. School of Education - (SOE)
  4. School of Science, Engineering and Technology - (SSET)
  5. School of Social Sciences - (SSS)
  6. School of Medicine and Health Sciences  - (SoMHS)

A school is the grouping of departments that are concerned with a major branch of knowledge. For example, the School of Science, Engineering and Technology (SSET) focuses on producing professionals in fields of Science, Engineering, Computing, Information and Communication Technologies at postgraduate and undergraduate levels.

Each school will contain departments that offer various programmes to students. Furthermore, each programme will contain multiple courses that students need to complete in order to graduate.

In order to easily identify the:

  • Required fees,
  • Information about your programme,
  • Courses and timetable
check the dropdown menus below for which School you belong to.

Schools, Departments, Programmes

School of Agriculture and Natural Resources (SANR)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Agriculture
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Land and Water Resources Management
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Environmental Studies
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) Agricultural Business Management
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Agricultural Economics


  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Agronomy
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Natural Resources Management
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Climatology and Environmental Management
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Hydrology and Earth System Science
School of Business Studies - (SBS)
School of Education - (SOE)
School of Science, Engineering and Technology - (SSET)
School of Social Sciences - (SSS)
School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Step Three - Calculating your Fees

Now that you have identified which School you belong to, you can now accurately determine the total fees required for course registration.



Now that you have identified which school you belong to, you can easily determine the fees required for registration and access to other university resources such as Edurole and Moodle.

Acceptance of this offer should be confirmed by a commitment payment of at least 50% of SEMESTER ONE fees charged by various Schools in the University as indicated below:

  • ALL new students will be required to undergo medical examinations at the University Clinic, Great North Road Campus at a fee of K100.
  • A late registration fee of K300 will be paid by students arriving after 15th September 2021. The late registration period ends on Thursday 30th September 2021
  • Students registering as non-residential will not pay for lodging and will be expected to make their own transport arrangements to and from campus.
  • Payments by installments attract a surcharge of K200 which shall be levied to cover administrative costs incurred in processing these payments.
                   N.B All fees irrespective of the payment plan should be settled by 21st November 2021 for the 1st Semester and 15th May, 2022                     for the 2nd Semester respectively, failure to which a student will not be allowed to sit for Final Examinations
  • Requests for refund of the fees shall attract a penalty of 10% of total fees paid if the claim is made before the commencement of the programme. A penalty will be 20% if the claim is made before the end of late registration. Thereafter, no requests for refunds shall be entertained

Step Four - Apply Accommodation

Now that you are aware of which school your programme belongs to and you have identified the fees associated with the programme, you can now apply for your choice of accommodation and then make payments.
Students wishing to occupy the limited University hostel accommodation available should apply online after paying 50% of the semester fees before
commencement of the programme at For further information on accommodation please contact:
   1. 0974 685155
   2. 0954 045294

Step Five - Make Payments

To make paying from home easier, the university has implemented many different payment options. We have listed 5 different banks you can pay through.

            - FNB
            - Zanaco
            - Atlas Mara
            - ZICB
            - IZB


Student Self Service

Student Information System - Edurole

Mulungushi University's Student Information System (SIS): EduRole supports students to complete key academic activities, such as admission, course registration, invoicing, accommodation, progression and graduation.
It also provides a facility for students to print exam dockets/slips and also edit personal details.

Tutorial on How to Use Edurole

Learning Management System - Moodle

Moodle is the university-wide online Learning Management System (LMS) that gives you access to resources to assist in the learning process.

Watch the following video that gives an overview of the main systems used at MU. The video covers;

  1. Login into Edurole
  2. Course Registration
  3. Confirm Payments and view Balances
  4. Accessing the Timetable
  5. Login into Moodle
  6. Overview of the dashboard and features
  7. Navigation amongst courses and sections within a course
  8. Student Grade book
  9. How to upload assignments

Tutorial on How to Use Moodle

Connect with us

Mulungushi University

Plot number 1347/M

Great North Road

Kabwe, Zambia

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