Our Research and Outreach Activities





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21st August 2017 Best Paper award Computer Science researchers at the AUM and Middlesex Branch Campuses
have obtained a Best Paper award for their extended abstract "Temporal
Patterns: Smart-type Reasoning and Applications" presented at the
PATTERNS 2017 conference.
17 - 21st April 2017

StringMasters Research Workshop

The Department of Computer Science is hosting a StringMasters research workshop in conjunction with Stellenbosch University, South Africa.

StringMasters is focussed on theoretical and practical computational problems arising in the context of stringology and its applications.

The Stellenbosch University session is on 17 & 18 April - travel on 19th April - and the Aberystwyth University session is 20 & 21 April.

Please see:



Interested participants (for either / both venues) can register here:


We look forward to welcoming you at StringMasters!


Elimination of Violence Against Women Conference

The 1st Elimination of Violence Against Women Conference, organised by Aberystwyth University Mauritius will be held on 25 November 2016 at Aberystwyth University Mauritius, Quartier Militaire. This is in support of the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Call for Papers
02/06/2016 Aberystwyth University Mauritus Branch Campus attend the Education Fair at Cyber Tower 1, Ebene Applications from prospective students for October 2016 are now open.  
26/05/2016 Visit of Deputy British High Commissioner Visit of Sharon Taylor, Deputy British High Commissioner at our campus. We thank her for all her support in promoting high quality British education in Mauritius. We wish her all the best in her future role. We also had the opportunity to welcome the new deputy Claudia Garland.  
15/05/2016 Education Fair at Gold Crest Hotel, Quatre Bornes We were at the education and career fair organised by the Lions Club at the Gold Crest Hotel in Quatre Bornes. Applications from prospective students for October 2016 are now open.  
12/05/2016 Visit of Attorney General of Zimbabwe It was a great honour to welcome Advocate Prince Machaya, Attorney General of Zimbabwe at our campus.  
12/05/2016 Workshop on Fire and Rescue A most instructive and interactive workshop with staff, students and the team from the Mauritius Fire and Rescue Service.
05/05/2016 Education Fair at St Joseph College, Curepipe Congratulations to St Joseph College for having organised such a fantastic education fair. Students from many colleges were excited at the prospect of joining our campus next year.
04/05/2016 Workshop on Corporate Issues in Finance and Law  
25/04/2016 Workshop on 'The Decline of English in Mauritius and Proposed Measures' A thought provoking and most interesting panel discussion on the Decline of English in Mauritius and Proposed measures. The function was graced by the presence of His Excellency Mr P. Vyapoory, vice-president of the Republic of Mauritius.
26/04/2016 Picking up Chinese Guava at Jet Ranch, Vacoas A fantastic Saturday morning at Jet Ranch picking delicious Chinese guava.
20/04/2016 1st Student Led Conference on 'The Challenges of Leaders and Managers in XXI' On Wednesday, 20 April 2016 Aberystwyth University Mauritius Branch Campus held its 1st Student Led Conference on ‘The Challenges of #Leaders and #Managers in the XXI Century’. The aim of the conference was to provide a forum to discuss the current challenges in the field and to enhance students' and guests' knowledge about Leaders and Managers regionally and globally. Mr Rafal Leja, organiser of the event, would like to express his sincere thanks to the Honourable Guests and Speakers: Mr Rajcoomar Rampertab - Member of Parliament, Mr Sorens Rughooputh - Chief Technical Officer - National Insurance Co. Ltd, Mr Yashvir Mungur - Assistant Service Delivery Manager at Ceridian Mauritius for their presence and excellent speeches. Mr Rafal Leja would also like to express his sincere congratulations to his students: Dooshan Paddia, Ifeanyi Racheal Ebodili, Samiah Ramjan, Nitishabye Rawojee, Sivarajen Mooneyan, Aurelia Desmarais, Relebohile Francis Mokoena and Embelle Litumbe. The students did a fantastic job with the aim to enhance their skills in research, organisation, team work, leadership, time and resources management, using technology, presentation and public speaking. We have also had over 160 viewers in 27 countries watching the event live on Facebook, Twitter and Periscope.
13/04/2016 British Inter-University Law Debate AUM vs UCLAN    
11/04/2016 Grand Opening of Aberystwyth University (Mauritius Branch Campus) The Campus has now officially been opened by His Excellency British High Commissioner to Mauritius Mr Jonathan Drew MBE.
6-7/04/2016 Workshop on Nanotechnology Workshop on Nanotechnology, Conference Hall, Cybertower 1, Cybercity, Ebene In attendance were: the Hon. Etienne Sinatambou, Minister of Technology, Communication and Innovation; Dr A Suddhoo, Executive Director, Mauritius Research Council; Dr S P Seetulsingh-Goorah, Director General, University of Technology, Mauritius; Prof G U Kulkarni, Director Centre for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences, India. Sessions at the workshop were dedicated to applied topics including the following themes: Nanolithography and Device Fabrication; Computational Methods Applied to Nanotechnology; Nanotechnology Contributions in Drug Design and Delivery; New Generation 2D Nanomaterials; Nanotechnology and the Food Sector.  
2-3/04/2016 ICT Expo, Trianon    
20/03/2016 Conference Attendance – Dr Loai Alsaid British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Annual Conference, Bath University, UK Refereed Conference Paper, ‘Institutional politics of cost management change: The case of public utilities in Egypt’  
18/03/2016 Law Debate on ‘Should Prostitution Be Legalised in Mauritius?’ Today our LLB students were facing each other in their first debate on 'Should prostitution be legalised in Mauritius?' Congratulations to all of you.
14/03/2016 International Women's Day On 14 March 2016 Aberystwyth University Mauritius Branch Campus had the pleasure to welcome distinguished speakers and guests from Women in Networking, Accenture, YUVA and Aberystwyth University to celebrate the International Women's Day. The chief guest for the event were: His Excellency the British High Commissioner Mr Jonathan Drew MBE and Dr Roshni Mooneeram. International Women’s Day “IWD” is also known as the International Working Women’s Day or United Nations Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace which is celebrated all across the world in order to acknowledge the achievements and contributions of women in society.
11/03/2016  Mauritius Independence Day and Academic Excellence Awards  Aberystwyth University Mauritius Branch Campus was proud to celebrate #MauritiusIndependenceDay with its students, young people who share our values of #dedication, #determination and #aspiration  
 08-10/03/2016  Visit of the President of Aberystwyth University Students’ Union  It has been a very fruitful few days at the Aberystwyth University Mauritius Branch Campus. On Tuesday, the President of the Undeb Myfyrwyr Prifysgol Aberystwyth University Students' Union gave a talk on the Students' Union and today we elected departmental representatives. We have had some excellent speeches, congratulations to all of you! #YourUniversity #YourSU  
 01/03/2016  Orientation Day    
29/01/2016 Education Fair at Bagatelle Come and visit Aberystwyth Unviersity's stand for more information on our courses.   
22/01/2016 AUM at the Hamlet Show, Moka    
21-27/12/2015 Education Fair Come and visit Aberystwyth Unviersity's stand for more information on our courses. We will be at the Education fair at Flacq Coeur de Ville Commercial Centre.   
16/12/2015 Campus Visit It was a fantastic day visiting our new campus at Quartier Militaire. Thank you to Dyfan Graves, an alumnus of Aberystwyth University who came to see us today. It was a historic day for Aberystwyth University Mauritius Branch Campus as the students visited our new facilities for the first time. We all look forward to be moving there next semester.
10/12/2015 Human Rights Symposium

Aberystwyth University’s Mauritius Branch Campus held its first research event this week; a Human Rights Symposium in celebration of International Human Rights Day on the 10th of December. The symposium was held in Mauritius’ Trianon Convention Centre. Dr David Poyton, the Dean of Mauritius Branch Campus said: "Guided by the Aberystwyth University motto, “Nid byd, byd heb wybodaeth - a world without knowledge is no world at all”, we seek to contribute to the sharing of knowledge and academic discourse in Mauritius and beyond". The symposium was chaired by Mr Dheerujlall Baramlall Seetulsingh, Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission of Mauritius. Speakers included Rajesh Babajee, a lecturer at the Mauritius Branch Campus speaking on ‘The Human Rights Act in Practice, its Future and Beyond’; Morgini Ramen from University of Mauritius and Kalexius (Mauritius) Ltd, speaking on ‘Climate Change as a Human Rights Issue’, Hannah Baumeister, a lecturer in law from the Mauritius Branch Campus speaking on ‘Does Slavery Still Exist?’; and Professor Rajendra Parsad Gunputh from the University of Mauritius on ‘Workers' Rights on the Work Place Prior to Dismissal’. Human Rights Day, held annually on December the 10th, seeks to commemorate the event on the same day in 1948 in which the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
In 1950, the Assembly passed resolution 423 (V), inviting all States and interested organisations to observe 10 December of each year as Human Rights Day, with this year’s Human Rights Day, devoted to the launch of a year-long campaign for the 50th anniversary of the two International Covenants on Human Rights: the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 16 December 1966. The two Covenants, together with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, form the International Bill of Human Rights, setting out the civil, political, cultural, economic, and social rights that are the birth right of all human beings. The Mauritius Branch Campus has invited people to contribute questions to the Symposium, using the hashtag #HumanRightsSymposium.