Student Career Services

“Empowering student success and transformation”

The University Careers Services offer students and MUT alumni with expert advice, resources and assistance in the formulation and implementation of their career. Whatever you study, our Career Services team offers a comprehensive skill-building programme that can help you develop your skills and put yourself in the best possible position for entering the jobs market. Whatever career you’re interested in, and whichever degree you’re taking, you will be offered expert advice and resources.

Murang’a University of Technology students and graduates represent a large and diverse pool of talented job candidates. The University Career Services also provides opportunities for potential employers to find the best and brightest graduates across all disciplines for their respective organizations.


The career services office endeavours to empower students to make the right career choices. Exposing Students to partners who have an array of organizations both locally and internationally that can enable the students to comprehend the complexities of the job market. Preparing students for productive careers and lives of meaning and purpose during their academic life and post Graduation.  Providing advice as well as networking events that expose students to great opportunities that will enable students to chat their career path to become reliable citizens also to facilitating economic growth through employment and entrepreneurship.

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To help students align their academic performance with International and   National job opportunities and assisting them to embrace Entrepreneurship as an employment option.

You can visit us and find advice & information on:

Curriculum Vitae (CV) Writing

A curriculum vitae is a concise summary of your skills, achievements, and interests inside and outside your academic work. Most employers initially spend a very short time scanning your CV. So it must be engaging, conveying the most relevant points about you in a clear, accessible way. The primary challenge is to make it easy for the reader to find exactly what they are looking for. The career services team will guide you on packaging information succinctly, avoiding too much context, excessive detail or unfocused material that will dilute the impact of your most relevant messages

Cover Letters

A cover letter introduces and markets you effectively by complementing your CV. It tells your story by highlighting your relevant strengths and motivation for the person and organisation you are writing to, rather than listing all the things that can already be seen on your CV. You can use it to align yourself with the organisation’s strengths, values and culture, and highlight in a targeted way your knowledge and strongest, most relevant skills for the position. The Career services team will advise you on how to prepare a cover letter demonstrating how you fit the job criteria.

Psychometric Tests

Psychometric tests are now a common part of the assessment of job applicants. Psychometric tests are used to assess a number of attributes. Some evaluate your reasoning abilities and skills, whereas others look at your preferences and likely responses or judgements in different situations. The Career services team will advise you on how to prepare for the psychometric tests.

Careers Fairs

Careers fairs provide you with the chance to meet employers face-to-face, to learn about current vacancies and opportunities available, and to market yourself to prospective employers. Visit the Careers Services office to get more information on how to prepare for a careers fair and other useful tips.


Bachelor of Science in Procurement and Supplies Management students talk with KISM Registrar Dr. Martin Gachukia, on the skills required to be a competent Procurement Professional and areas of job application.

The 2nd Open Career Day was structured to provide an opportunity to high school students to help them Unlock their future career by identifying areas of interest as well as elevating their comfort level in interacting with senior professionals. Theme: Unlocking Future Career 


26TH MARCH 2019: The office organized training for the graduating class. Topics covered included how to write curriculum vitae, how to prepare for an interview and how to search for online jobs among others. The guest was Arg.    Ida munano.


On 11TH June 2019, the office of career services was hosted by Kenyatta University and was taken through a benchmarking. The choice of Kenyatta University was the fact that its office of Career Services has been in operation since 2006.


On 7th October 2019, the neighbouring technology Primary school visited the University and was hosted and taken around to familiarize them with a University setting.


On 4th October 2019, Kanjiuduthi High School was hosted by office of career services Murang’a University of Technology for a motivational visit.  


On 15th November 2019, the office hosted Yali officers (Young African Leaders Initiative) the East African Chapter. Students were trained and exposed to available opportunities under YALI. The officers exposed students on the existing American programs that are availed to students who have gone through the YALI program successfully.