TU-K's School of Computing and Information Technology host delegation from Konza Technopolis Development Authority
The School of Computing and Information Technology were honored to host a distinguished delegation from Konza Technopolis Development Authority’s (KoTDA) who paid an official visit to TuK on Wednesday 1st July 2015
The delegation consisted of
Patrick Adolwa, Director of Infrastructure Development
Miriam Rahedi, Manager, Branding, Marketing & Communications
Lucas Omollo, IT Support
Ian Korongo, IT Analyst
Kibe Mungai, Internal Auditor
Caroline Thuku, PA to CEO
On behalf of director Mr.Adolwa Mrs. Rahedi the marketing manager spoke to the entire student body of S.C.I.T on a talk... Full story on TU-K's School of Computing and Information Technology host delegation from Konza Technopolis Development Authority
TU-K Student Scoops the Prestigious Wangari Maathai Scholarship
A Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) student is the 2015 winner of Wangari Maathai Scholarship award. Claire Nasike Akello who is pursuing a Bachelor of Technology Degree in Environmental Resource Management, was recently feted at a colourful ceremony held at the Green Belt Movement offices in Nairobi.
Akello becomes the third recipient of the award since its inception three years ago. Her love for the environment, passion and leadership can be traced back to the time she was eight, in her flood prone-village of Port Victoria in Budalangi, Busia County. Her late grandmother, as... Full story on TU-K Student Scoops the Prestigious Wangari Maathai Scholarship
TU-K graduates among most favoured by employers
Graduates from the University of Nairobi and Strathmore University are the most preferred by employers, a new survey shows. Kenyatta University and the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology take the second and the third positions as the top public universities that employers prefer.
From private universities, employers prefer graduates from Daystar University and the Catholic University of East Africa. According to 2015 Quarter One Talent Report, among the public universities, Moi University graduates are the fourth most preferred, followed by Technical University of Kenya,... Full story on TU-K graduates among most favoured by employers