UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

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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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Thousands turn up for the third Open Day

Other departments that exhibited during the open day are those that play a supportive role in the achievement of the core objectives of the University.

School of Business to compete internationally

The Chancellor of the University of Nairobi, Dr. Joseph B. Wanjui, has challenged the School of Business to re-engineer itself and attain world class status to rival its peers in developed countries.  He said this during the tour of the facilities at the School of Business headquarters, Lower Kabete Campus.

In view of the competition managing from other business schools in the region, the Chancellor challenged the School of Business to be proactive and ensure that it maintains a cutting edge over its competitors through introduction of courses targeting different interest groups in the market.

Launch of the capacity development partnership UoN and KIA

The University of Nairobi (UoN) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Kenya Institute of Administration (KIA) to offer a masters programme in public administration.  The MoU was formally launched in a well-attended ceremony at Harambee house officiated by the Assistant Minister for Public Service Hon. Aden Ahmed Sugow. Hon Sugow said the course will help in addressing the training needs of public servants and help in building capacity in the civil service.

A strong partnership with a major oil company

A major oil company, Total,  will donate scholarships, facilitate student and staff exchange and offer internships to the University of Nairobi (UoN) as part of its programme to support education and research.  This was revealed by the head of Total, Paris, France, and Ms. Varescon Florence when she paid a courtesy at UoN where she was received by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (A&F) Prof. Peter Mbithi who was the acting Vice-Chancellor.

According to Ms Florence, the objective of the Total scholarship program is to develop education through university-industry collaboration, student’s exchange, and development of educational facilities.  These are part of the company’s corporate social responsibility that is consistent with their business objectives.