TUK Welcomes Joint Plan to Boost Aviation Studies
TUK welcomes joint plan to boost aviation studies Aviation students at Technical University of Kenya will now receive training on Airbus and Boeing aircraft engine. The students will train on an engine manufactured by General Electric. The engine, books, training aids, used aircraft parts and manuals were donated Monday by Kenya Airways, General Electric and Boeing as part of a joint plan to improve aviation studies in the region. Regional... Full story on TUK Welcomes Joint Plan to Boost Aviation Studies
TU-K Gets Powerful Sh200m Aircraft Engine
TU-K Gets Powerful Sh200m Aircraft EngineTechnical University of Kenya (TUK) has received a CF6-80A2 aircraft engine that powers Airbus A310 and Boeing. The engine was donated by General Electric (GE) Aviation (USA) through the facilitation of Kenya Airways (KQ). TU-K’s Aerospace and Aviation Engineering programme students can now afford hands-on training high tech aviation training devices and materials including the engine and maintenance... Full story on TU-K Gets Powerful Sh200m Aircraft Engine
TU-K to Work with France Universities
TU-K to Work with France UniversitiesUniversities from France are keen on collaborating with the Technical university of Kenya in areas of Education, Research and Training. This is a follow up of collaboration initiatives which started last year when TU-K was represented in an International event held at Paris, France. A visit by a delegation from France, yesterday to TU-K has further cemented the relationship between the universities. The... Full story on TU-K to Work with France Universities