The story of Madina Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) started in 2013. It was established by the Madina Foundation for Science and Technology (MFST); a not-for-profit organisation established to provide quality tertiary education to the millions of individuals who aspire to acquire and advance knowledge in science and technology. The foundation, since its inception, has established several basic schools and high schools, including one solely for orphans. Directors of MFST see the establishment of MIST as a logical capstone to their efforts at providing quality but affordable education to the youth of Ghana and beyond, to harness their creative and innovative potential to contribute to the development of their communities.
The Institute commenced operation with three schools: School of Engineering, School of Business and Technology, and School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. It also envisages establishing School of Allied Sciences in the near future. Building on its heritage, MIST upholds to traditional Islamic values and ethics and purposefully integrates the highest academic and professional standards in its teaching, research, and community service.
To become a respected science and technology institute, renowned for high ethical standards and academic excellence, producing graduates who aspire to become successful entrepreneurs and the first choice of employers globally.
We harness our academic resources to provide access to high quality and affordable tertiary education founded on Islamic moral values of honesty, sincerity, and integrity through the design of inter-disciplinary and innovative programmes that are responsive to the needs of industry and community.Read More
The Madina Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) is an off-shoot of the Madina Foundation of Science and Technology (MFST), a non-profit organization registered at the Registrar General's Department of the Republic of Ghana in 2010.
The institute is affiliated to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST) and currently seeking affiliation with University for Development Studies (UDS) to complete the accreditation process with National Accreditation Board (NAB). In order to maintain high academic standards, the Institute will continue to explore and seek local and international affiliations, partnerships, and collaborations in the future.More
• Department of Mechanical Engineering
• Department of Oil and Gas Engineering
• Department of Civil Engineering
• Department of Accounting
• Department of Banking & Finance
• Department of Human Resource Management
• Department of Marketing
• Department of Religions and Development
• Department of English Language
• Department of French
• Department of Arabic