UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

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51ST GRADUATION CEREMONY – FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 2014
51ST GRADUATION CEREMONY – FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 2014
Legislators interact with the University of Nairobi Community as they mark their open week
Legislators interact with the University of Nairobi Community as they mark their open week
Former Chancellor, Dr. Joseph Wanjui Launches his third book: ‘The Native Son’
Former Chancellor, Dr. Joseph Wanjui Launches his third book: ‘The Native Son’
Chandaria Foundation gives towards construction of UoN Towers
Chandaria Foundation gives towards construction of UoN Towers

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Colleges

As a result of rapid expansion and complexities in administration, the university has a decentralized administration composed of six campus colleges headed by principals.

Latest News

UoN signs memoranda with Yonsei University, Korea and Shiga University Of Medical Science, Japan

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The University of Nairobi has entered new partnerships with Yonsei University, Korea and Shiga University of Medical Science, Japan.  

These partnerships include but are not limited to joint research activities and exchange of faculty, students, and research fellows among other mutually beneficial activities. 

Students urged to keep off drugs

The University of Nairobi Anti-Drugs and Substance Abuse Campaign (UNADSAC) recently held a stimulus event that challenged participants to keep off drugs. Themed ‘The battlefield is in your mind,’ the event saw Mr. Kiragu Ndero, a senior lecturer and counselling psychologist at the Department of Psychology, University of Nairobi give the main address.

Mr. Ndero gave a passionate, informative teaching on matters relating to drugs. These included definition and types of addiction such as drug, sex/people, food, medicine, work, money and religion.

School of Education wins funding to offer early education courses

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The School of Education has won a grant of USD 300,000 from USAID to launch Early Grade Reading Instruction Curriculum (EGRIC). The School through the Department of Educational Communication and Technology (COMTECH), was among the 32 finalists selected out of 450 proposals submitted to USAID.

COMTECH which is implementing EGRIC, will develop the capacity of 240 Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Education (B.Ed, ECE) and pre-service teachers to teach reading in the primary grades (Pre-school to Standard 3) using high quality, culturally relevant, multi-genre and age-appropriate materials in English and Kiswahili. 

Marketing research course to benefit from links with GfK

(Right) Prof. Lucy Irungu, DVC, Research Production and Extension and Ms. Phyliss Macfarlane, GfK, during the meeting.

The University of Nairobi (UoN) has entered into a strategic partnership with GfK, a German research company, to establish relations in the area of developing and establishing an M.Sc. Programme in marketing research. The course which was approved last year by the Senate is being offered at the School of Business has admitted its second group of students.

Through the partnership, the two institutions conduct research, share knowledge and work on publications in the area of market research. The two have joint teaching arrangements for the postgraduate programme, conduct joint supervision of the projects, as well as student and faculty exchange agreement.