The Technical University of Kenya and its predecessor institutions has excelled in technological education and training for the last five decades. The pioneer institution, the Polytechnic was elevated to University College status in 2007 by an Act of Parliament. Within the five years after its elevation, the University College expanded its scope of education and training by increasing the number of programmes, the student enrolment and therefore the... More about Technical University of Kenya (TU-K)
To be a top rated University of technology
To provide technological education and training and to contribute towards the advancement of society through research and innovation
Education and training for the real world
The mandate of... More about Vision, Mission and Values
The Technical University of Kenya wishes to recruit suitable candidates to fill the following... More on Graduate Assistants Jobs
DAAD (the German Academic Exchange Service) is offering up to seven (7) Research Grants for... More on Research grants for Academic Staff 2015/2016
The students Association of The Technical University of Kenya (SATUK) now invites interested... More on Satuk Tender.