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seo киевAs a result of rapid expansion and complexities in administration, the university has a decentralized administration composed of six colleges and two satellite campuses.

 

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Application for the Nairobi Rotary Club Scholarship

Applications are invited for the Rotary Club of Nairobi Scholarships for Bright and financially needy undergraduate Government sponsored students, students and post graduate students in all commercial courses including: Business, Economics, Law, Computer Science, Acturial Science, Journalism, and other business related courses.
 
Applicants should meet the following criteria;
1.       Registered needy students.
2.       Excellent academic record.
3.       Individual of impeccable character.
4.       Non-beneficiary of any other scholarship in the previous academic year.
5.       Regular students of the University of Nairobi.
6.       Commitment to enroll and actively participate in any ROTARACT Club.
 
Applications should be made on the relevant application form, which can be accessed on the studentsadvisor.uonbi.ac.ke website. Applicants are required to attach copies of the national and university identity cards, certified death certificates (if any) and academic transcripts.
 
The duly filled application forms should then be delivered to the Office of the Special Student Advisor Main campus, Gandhi Wing Ground Floor, Room G8 before Monday, January 22, 2018, at 4.00 PM.
 
PROF. GODFREY MURIUKI, EBS
SPECIAL STUDENT ADVISOR
 
 

CHANGE OF REPORTING DATES FOR FIRST YEARS IN THE COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

 
 
1.First years cohort (KCSE 2016) reporting date changed from 8th January, 2018 to 19th February,2018.
 
2.First years cohort (KCSE 2015) reporting date changed from 8thJanuary, 2018 to 20th February, 2018.
 
JOHNA.O.ORINDI
DIRECTOR,CORPORATEAFFAIRS
 

RESUMPTION AND COMMENCENT OF 2017/18/19 ACADEMIC YEARS

The University of Nairobi wishes to inform the following groups of students (Module I and Module II Integrated) that the resumption and commencement dates of the 2017/18/19 Academic Years are as follows:

A.             RESUMPTION DATES 

Monday, 8th  January  2018

All students who were in session prior to the Christmas break (except School of Education (Kikuyu Campus only), School of Law and School of Business)

                Monday, 15th  January 2018  :  Students from the School of Law and School of Business

                Monday, 22nd  January 2018  : Students from the School of Education (Kikuyu Campus)

                Monday, 12th   February  2018  : First years (KCSE 2015) in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences to commence Second Semester

B.             COMMENCEMENT DATES

Monday, 22nd   January 2018

- Yr  IV (KCSE 2013) students in the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences

- Yr III students from the School of Education

Monday, 5th   February  2018

                             -Yr I (freshers KCSE 2016) in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences

-Yr IV (KSCE 2013) students in the College of Biological and Physical Sciences, from the School of Education and School of Engineering

Monday, 26th   February  2018               

Yr IV (KCSE 2013) students of BSc. Biochemistry and BSc. Med. Lab. Tech.

NB.

a.     Commencement dates for the other Continuing students will be announced later

b.     Information on fees structure for new first years (freshers) was in the joining instructions

ACADEMIC REGISTRAR

 

Notice to all students: appointment of student commissioners

According to the new students’ governance structure, there shall be an Independent Electoral Commission comprising of seven (7) members; a Chairman, three members of staff and three students.
A student commissioner shall be appointed on application to Senate and must meet the following criteria as set out in the UNSA Constitution:
         i.           Must be a final year student of good academic standing,
         ii.           Fulfil the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.
The University Senate has proposed that UNSA elections be held early in the year 2018. This is therefore to bring to your attention that interested students who wish to serve as commissioners to submit their applications through their respective Dean/Director of School/Faculty/Institute.
 
Applications should be delivered to the Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor, (Student Affairs) by close of business on Friday, December 15, 2017.
 
 
ISAAC M. MBECHE
DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLOR (STUDENT AFFAIRS)
AND
PROFESSOR OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE