Prof. Stephen Gitahi Kiama

Vice Chancellor Open Day Message | University of Nairobi

On behalf of the University of Nairobi, and the wider community of scholars, researchers, and friends, I am delighted to welcome you to the 2023 Virtual Open Day, April 27-28 2023. On this day, we have opened our doors to all in search of knowledge and other opportunities to visit our booths and apart from finding out if you have the right grades to pursue a course in this August Institution, but also interact with our pool of highly skilled and specialized staff.

Welcome to Open Day

  • Welcome, all and enjoin this university that over 71 years has been at the service of all in search of opportunities in life, career objectives and national solutions.

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Welcome to UoN Open Day | Dates:27th-28th April ,2023

Welcome to the University of Nairobi. Apply for any of our 323 academic programmes through the application link . Join any of the Faculty booths to get assistance and clarity on any of the University processes.



Thursday May 5, 2022

Health Sciences
9:00 am-10:00

  • Investing in Resilience: a mental health resource - Facilitator- Dr. Neema Yusuf Araka (FHS)
  • Occupational Safety and Health in the workplace - Facilitator: Dr. Angeline Chepchirchir (FHS))

Faculty of Law
10:15 am-11:15

  • What is offered at the Faculty of Law and Career paths in the Legal profession (FoL)
  • "Contemporary legal issues: Emerging trends in Banking and payment platforms" (FoL)

Built Environment & Design
11:30 am-12:30 pm

  • Challenges facing Urban Land Use Planning in Kenya – (FBE)
  • Strategies of achieving Affordable Housing in Kenya – (FBE)

Business & Management Sciences
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

  • Strategic Agility in the post Covid 19 Era: Organization Stakeholders impact Management (By department of Business Administration FBMS)
  • Financial Markets: Post Covid 19 Pandemic (By department of Finance and Accounting FBMS)
  • Data Driven Project design and Planning in the Era of Covid 19 (By department of Management Science and Project Planning FBMS

Kisumu Campus
2:00 pm-3:00 pm

  • The DAMU-SASA Technological Innovation in the Health Sector” and “Post-Covid Resilience: Challenges and Lessons Learnt”, Speaker: Dr. Matunda Nyanchama, Executive Director- Damu-Sasa Ltd.
  • Strategic Resilience During and Post-Covid 19: Experience from the Banking Industry in Kenya (NCBA). Challenges and Lessons Learnt", Speaker: Ms. Judith Ochieng, Branch Manager NCBA Bank Kisumu.
  • Innovative Lawyering : Perspectives of Criminal Law within the Context of Covid 19 and future pandemics”, Speaker: Retired Justice Muga Apondi

3:15 pm-4:15 pm

  • Innovating for food and nutrition security in changing climate (Faculty of Agriculture)
  • Food safety and COVID 19 (Faculty of Agriculture)

Veterinary Medicine
4:30 pm-5:30 pm

  • What is offered at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Career paths in the veterinary profession

Friday May 6, 2022

Mombasa campus
09:00 am-10:00 am

  • Judging and Technology: Reflections on the Australian Justice System- Prof. Tania Sourdin Dean, Newcastle Law School (Mombasa Campus) Mental Health in a Digital Age- Chris Hart (Mombasa Campus)
  • Data Protection in Companies- Scope, Obligation and Liability- (Ms. Cherie Oyier Data Protection Law Expert) Mombasa Campus

Arts & Social Sciences
10:15 am-11:15 am

  • What is offered at the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences and Career paths in the profession

11:30 am-12:30 pm

  • What is offered at the Faculty of Engineering and Career paths in the profession

Science & Technology
12:45 pm-1:45 pm

  • What is offered at the Faculty of Science & Technology and Career paths in the profession

Faculty of Education
2:00 pm-3:00 pm

  • FED educational services- Alumni Perspective - Ms. Anastacia Gakuru- Lecturer, Faculty of Education (FED) Implications of technology in teachers’ work, the new skills needed, and the learning design approach Dr. Tuija Marstio- Expert in Digital Pedagogy, Laurea University of Applied Sciences (FED)

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