Kenya Wildlife Service staff (KWS) and students from the Technical University of Kenya assess stockpiles of rhino horns and elephant tusks
Kenya Wildlife Service staff (KWS) and students from the Technical University of Kenya assess stockpiles of rhino horns and elephant tusks . At the Kenya Wildlife Service headquarters in Nairobi, staff conservationists and students from the Technical University of Kenya (TUK) are busy assessing stockpiles of rhino horns and elephant tusks. Working is small teams scattered across one of the halls at the organisation, each group is weighing, and photographing the... Full story on Kenya Wildlife Service staff (KWS) and students from the Technical University of Kenya assess stockpiles of rhino horns and elephant tusks
TUK in Partnership and Collaboration with Vaal University of Technology
UK in Partnership and Collaboration with Vaal University of Technology . The Technical university of Kenya in its endeviours to strengthen its regional and international partnerships in technological education recently hosted a delegation from Vaal University of Technology (VUT) from South Africa(www.vut.ac.za).The meeting explored areas of possible corporation and partnership between the two institutions to... Full story on TUK in Partnership and Collaboration with Vaal University of Technology
Aeronautical Engineering Students secure internship with KQ
 Aeronautical Engineering Students TU-K is keen on a paradigm shift in the way engineering programmes are taught. The university has realized the global interest for aeronautical engineers with hands-on skills and is therefore striving to impart graduates with production skills. For this reason, the institution has partnered with Kenya Airways in the field of Aerospace & Aviation Engineering. Some of these students are currently on external Industry-Based Learning (IBL) with... Full story on Aeronautical Engineering Students secure internship with KQ