TUK Student appointed as deputy youth ambassadors to EAC
Rachael Makokha Omokhulu, a B.A. International Relations and Diplomacy student of The Technical University of Kenya, being received by the Principal Secretary, EAC at the Ministry of East African Community Affairs on 27th October 2014 following appointment as deputy youth ambassadors to EAC, Kenya The East African Community (EAC) is a regional intergovernmental organization of the Republics of Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, Uganda and the united Republic of Tanzania which  also hosts the EAC Headquarters in Arusha. The... Full story on TUK Student appointed as deputy youth ambassadors to EAC
TU-K to Benefit from a Safaricom Sponsored Innovation Laboratory Worth Ksh. 225 Million
The dream of the Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) becoming the “MIT” of Africa is nearer than earlier imagined. Safaricom Ltd will sponsor the innovation laboratory dubbed “TechAvenue” which will be used by engineering students at TU-K, to a tune of 2.5 Million dollars, the equivalent of Ksh. 225 million at current exchange rates. The money will be inform of equipment to be purchased and installed by Safaricom Ltd. This was recently revealed by Mr. Bob Collymore, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Safaricom Ltd... Full story on TU-K to Benefit from a Safaricom Sponsored Innovation Laboratory Worth Ksh. 225 Million
Samsung's Engineering Academy Expands to TU-K
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE FOR LIFE In a move geared towards improving the level of skill-sets in the country’s engineering sector, Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) and Samsung Electronics East Africa have partnered to launch an electronics engineering academy. The academy would equip students with hands-on skills in the repair and maintenance of air conditioning and refrigeration units. During the launch, Industrialization Cabinet Secretary Adan Mohamed lauded Samsung’s efforts in actively... Full story on Samsung's Engineering Academy Expands to TU-K