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UoN stakeholders adopt CUE self-assessment report

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As per the requirements by the Commission for University Education (CUE) and in preparation for the upcoming audit, the University of Nairobi held a sitting of its internal stakeholders who adopted and approved the forwarding of the self-assessment report for institutional quality audit to the regulator.

In the meeting held on November 14, 2017, the Director, Centre for Self Sponsored Programmes (CESSP) Prof. Julius Ogeng’o, made a detailed presentation of the report which captured various aspects of UoN based on the requirements furnished by CUE.
 
“This report strictly adheres to the issues the Commission expects us to address,” he said. “We present it to you as the stakeholders for your input.”
 
The report covers pertinent issues such as the history of the University, the resources, the facilities and amenities, the achievements and accolades for the past three years, the University’s outreach activities, among others. After the presentation, the stakeholders were given an opportunity to give their input which will be added onto the report.
 
In his remarks, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi, said that the report captures the changes that have taken place since the last CUE audit in 2012. He noted that UoN has received favourable reports from the Commission after the Mombasa and Kisumu Campuses were audited. He revealed that in the audit carried out early this year, UoN still received a favourable report.