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African Women Studies Centre M.A. and Diploma in Women, Leadership & Governance in Africa- May/September 2016 intake

University of Nairobi, African Women Studies Centre is pleased to invite applications for May/September 2016
 
MASTER OF ARTS IN WOMEN, LEADERSHIP & GOVERNANCE IN AFRICA
 
Minimum admission requirements
 
a)The common regulations for the masters degree of the University of Nairobi shall apply.
b)Holders of a Bachelor’s degree of the University of Nairobi of Upper
Second Class Honours or any other equivalent institution recognized by Senate.
c)Holders of a Bachelor’s degree of Lower Second Class Honours of the University of Nairobi or any other equivalent institution recognized by the Senate with at least two years of work experience in a related field.
d)Holders of a Bachelors degree at lower second class honours or pass degree and a postgraduate diploma from the University of Nairobi or other institutions recognized by Senate.
e)Holders of a pass degree from the University of Nairobi or any other institution recognized by the University Senate with at least five years of work experience in a related field or with a Post-graduate Diploma.
f)Any other specific equivalent qualifications that may apply to the area of specialization.
 
Mode of study:
Part time 5:30pm-8:30pm Weekdays 8:00am-5:00am Saturdays; Venue: Kenya Science Campus & Main Campus.
 

Call for Papers: Pathways to African Feminism and Development the Journal of the African Women Studies Centre

Original articles are invited for issue No 4 of Pathways to African
Feminism and Development on the theme: Merging Theories and Practice:
Theories in Women Studies and Practical Experiences. The theme allows for a wide range of research in:
 
1. Historical development of women studies as an academic   discipline
2. Current theoretical perspectives in African women studies
3. Academic challenges caused by the inter-disciplinary nature of women studies
4. Translating theories into practice in the field
5. Practical experiences at all levels
6. Lessons learnt from practical experiences enriching the theoretical perspectives.