University of Nairobi Vice Chancellor Prof. Isaac Mbeche met Web champions from all Colleges, Faculties, Schools, Institutes, Centres and Departments at the Central Catering Unit (CCU).
The meeting was also attended by top University management Web Steering Committee members led by Prof. Julius Ogeng'o DVC Academic Affairs, Mr. Paul Kariuki Director ICTC, Mr. John Orindi Director Corporate Affairs and Dr. Kiptoo Deputy Director MIS who also addressed the web champions.
Applications are invited for the DAAD In-Country / In-Region Scholarship Programme 2020. The programme aims at fostering strong, internationally oriented higher education systems in sub-saharan Africa with the capacity to contribute to sustainable development.
The Commonwealth Scholarships Commission (CSC) in the United Kingdom is offering thirty seven (37) full scholarships for postgraduate studies for Kenyan Students tenable in UK institutions of Higher Learning starting in October 2020. Eighteen (18) of the scholarships are for PhD while the remaining nineteen (19) are for Master Degrees.
The Graduate School held an orientation session for the University of Nairobi as well as Gandhi Smarak scholarship recipients. The scholarships were awarded to masters students admitted during the 2019/2020 September Intake.
Officials from University of Illinois, Dr. Sammer Jones and Prof. Reitu Mabokela, paid a courtesy call to the Director, Graduate School to discuss possible future collaborations between University of Nairobi and University of Illinois. They were accompanied by Prof. Karuti Kanyingi (Director IDS) and Mwenda Ntiranwi (Alumni of University of Illinois and CEO CUE).