University of Technology, Mauritius

The establishment of the university began with the merging of two public institutions; the Mauritius Institute of Public Administration and Management, and the State Information Training Centre. University of Technology is a public research university with its main campus in the district of Moka. The establishment occurred in 2000 after it was approved by the Government of Mauritius. It is a member of the Association of Commonwealth universities. It is a member of a network of public universities in the SADC region-Southern African Regional Universities Association. To sustain its expansion, the university is building a new campus in Moka.

University at a Glance:

Established: Founded in 2000

University Type: Public University

Number of International Students: Less than 4,500

Hostel Type: University Hostel

Climate: Warm humid summer and cool dry winter

Yearly Tuition Fee: 6.1 Lakh

Eligibility: IELTS Exam 

ECFMG Approval: Not Approved

Last Date to Apply: 21st December 2020

University Introduction:

The school conducts in-training as part of the curriculum in Tourism Management programs. The university offers parttime programs and distance-based programs. Majority of the programs are vocationally or occupationally directed such as software engineering, Tourism Management and Marketing, and Banking and Finance. The courses are run both in the main campus and its satellite centers. 

To foster a pool of qualified ICT professionals, the university signed a memorandum of understanding with the Mauritius Information and Technology Industry Association and the National Computer Board. The school has forged links with the Hotel School of Mauritius and Constance Academy to offer tourism courses, and Mauritius Institute of Education to deliver Bachelor in Education degrees. 


The schools in the university include School of Innovative Technologies and Engineering, School of Business Management, School of Finance, School of Sustainable Development and Tourism, and School of Health Sciences. 

Campus Life:

The university has partnerships with companies such as Inter Systems, Microsoft, SAP and Sun Microsystems. The university endeavors to provide quality service to students with the assistance of Student Affairs Department. Additionally, it organizes student activities and events with the help of the Student Union. Other services include guidance and counselling, welfare and coordination of students’ extra-curricular activities. 


In campus accommodation is available for students.

Why Should I Study at University of Technology, Mauritius?

  • It is listed in the International Handbook of universities and in the Commonwealth universities handbook.
  • It has a research degree committee that is responsible for research degrees.
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