56 Kenyans certified to make spare parts for sale in China
Chancellor Tips Students on the Virtue of Hard Work A group of Kenyan machinists has been certified to supply machinery to china. The 56 people were part of a group of youths from four countries who participated in the three-week Africa Tech Challenge in Nairobi. They received their certificates at the Technical University of Kenya on Saturday alongside four participants each from Uganda, Zambia, and Ghana. TU-K vice chancellor Prof. Francis... Full story on 56 Kenyans certified to make spare parts for sale in China
Chancellor Tips Students on the Virtue of Hard Work
Chancellor Tips Students on the Virtue of Hard Work For the first time in the history of The Technical University of Kenya, the Chancellor, Dr Manu Chandaria addressed First Year students on September 2, 2016 to mark the climax of their orientation week. Traditionally it is the Vice-Chancellor who addresses First Year students to mark the equivalent of a matriculation ritual practiced by many universities across the globe, when new... Full story on Chancellor Tips Students on the Virtue of Hard Work
TU-K's Innaugural Students Scholarships Launched
 TU-K's Innaugural Students Scholarships Launched The Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) has introduced a students’ scholarship to reward best performers. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Francis Aduol made the announcement on Friday September 2, 2016 when he met a group of First Year students who were admitted to TU-K this year having scored grade “A” Plain at Kenya Certificate of... Full story on TU-K's Innaugural Students Scholarships Launched