Home Tags Education

Tag: Education

Kenya to Start Trial of New Vaccine that Stops HIV Infecting...

Kenya is set to launch the clinical human trial of a vaccine that has the potential to stop HIV infecting cells. Scientists involved in the...

JKUAT Don Honoured by African Union

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology's Professor Anne Muigai is amongst 15 Taxonomy Advisory Group experts recognized by the African Union. She was awarded...

Huge Number of Varsity Staff Face Job Losses in Restructuring Plan

Thousands of staff in public universities face job losses after National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich announced plans to restructure higher education. Struggling due to...

Here are the Clothes You Can’t Wear at Catholic University

If you plan to enroll at Catholic University of Eastern Africa any time soon, you may want to familiarize yourself with the institution’s dress...

Moi University Sacco Fights Sale of Building

Members of the troubled Moi University Sacco Thursday staged a demonstration in Eldoret town to oppose the planned sale of Musco Towers without their...

USIU Africa Student Films Bags Awards in National Competition

USIU-Africa’s students participated in the 60th edition of the annual Kenya National Schools and Colleges Drama and Film Festival at Kibabii University on 3-13...

JKUAT Says Sh15M Kigali Campus Debt Settled and Assets Safe

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Jkuat) says it does not owe the owner of the facility it used in Rwanda before the...

Lecturers Issue Strike Threat, Calls for Salary Increase Talks

Lecturers are now demanding immediate talks with their employers on the 2017-2021 collective bargaining agreement (CBA). This follows last week’s labour court ruling on a...

JKUAT Architecture Programmes Attain Commonwealth Accreditation

The Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) has validated Bachelor of Architectural Technology, Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Bachelor of Architecture programmes offered at Jomo...

Court Rejects Varsity Lecturers Demand for Higher Salaries

Lecturers in public universities have suffered a major blow in their push to be ranked higher than administrative staff in their institutions after the...

Imperial College London Fetes Moi Varsity Don Kirtika Patel

Moi University’s Dr Kirtika Patel has been feted by the prestigious United Kingdom-based Imperial College London. Dr Patel becomes the second allergist in the country....

Trainee Teachers Rejected for Low Grades to be Compensated

More than 3,265 teachers trainees kicked out of training colleges over lower entry grade will be compensated for three terms that they have been...

Magoha Orders Probe of Local Universities’ PhDs amid Quality Concerns

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has directed investigations into the PhDs awarded by local universities amid concerns that some of the postgraduate degrees are...

CUE Closes 57 University Campuses over Accreditation

Fifty-seven public university campuses have been iced out due to the inability to meet the accreditation requirements by the Ministry of Education. This has...

Kenyan Selected for Obama Foundation Fellowship

Ms Esther Mwaniki has been selected as a 2019 fellow for the Obama Foundation Fellowship. She is among 20 fellows selected from 10 countries around...
UoE

Sacked UoE Staff Demand for Sh100 Million Pay as Damage Costs

Two sacked University of Eldoret senior staff want the institution to pay them over Sh100 million as damages for unfair dismissal. Former Deputy Vice Chancellor,...

Top List of Women Student Leaders in History

Three years ago, as civil engineering student Edith Mwirigi was preparing to vie for the powerful position of Students Organization of Nairobi University (SONU)...

Students Avoid 107 ‘Useless’ Courses Mostly Offered in Kisii and Embu...

Kisii University and University of Embu have the highest number of degree programmes that have been shunned by students. This is according to data released...

KMTC Student Dies in a Pool at Golden Palm Hotel

Police in Murang’a South are investigating the mysterious death of a medical student in a swimming pool in Kenol town. Mr Joseph Mbugua, a 21-year-old...

How to Check Your KUCCPS Placement Status for 2019/2020 Cycle

Here is the full speech by the Education Cabinet Secretary, Professor George Magoha, during the release of the 2019/2020 placement of students to universities...

Kuccps: Prof Magoha Recommends Scrapping of 98 Courses Offered in Varsities

Nearly 90,000 Form Four leavers who sat end of secondary school examinations last year have been picked to join public and private universities as...
11,836FansLike
349FollowersFollow
2,476FollowersFollow
16,156FollowersFollow
1,843SubscribersSubscribe