UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

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The vision, mission and core values of the University demonstrates the importance placed upon research activities within the University. Find out more below.

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Colleges & Campuses

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.

 

Latest News

New Appointment

Mr Narry P. Onaya-Odeck, the Registrar Administration has retired from the service of the University. The Vice Chancellor has appointed Mrs. Elizabeth G. Ongwae to act as Registrar Administration with effect from May 27, 2011. Prior to the appointment, Mrs. Ongwae was Deputy Registrar in charge of the Recruitment and Training section. (See Photo of Mrs. Ongwae)

The Vice chancellor has, with effect from the same date, also appointed Miss. Rosemary A. Ngesa to act as Deputy Registrar in charge of the Recruitment and Training section.

 We wish Mr. Onaya-Odeck a long and happy retirement

Research Consortium (AERC) Board visits UoN

The African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) board paid a courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor to brief him on the activities of the consortium and seek mutual support.  The board was led by its current Chairman, Prof. Neil Rankin from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa.

The board also visited the School of Economics to review the implementation of its Ph.D. programme, which has sponsored 14 students, assess facilities and meet students and staff.  UoN is a key member of AERC according to the Board Chairman, Prof. Rankin. 

Canadian High Commissioner pays a Courtesy Visit to the UoN Vice-Chancellor

Canadian Ambassador H.E. David Collins with DVC, Students Affairs Prof. Isaac Mbeche.The University of Nairobi students are set to gain from increased exchanges with their counterparts in Canada.  This was revealed by the Canadian High Commissioner to Kenya H.E. David Collins when he paid a courtesy call to the Vice-Chancellor on April 21, 2011.

He encouraged Kenyan Students to apply for graduate education in Canada, where there are also allowed to engage in part time jobs to decrease their tuition costs and also get opportunities to gain postgraduate  work experience of upto three years.  Canadian universities are also cheaper than their counterpart in the US and U.K.

 

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.