Students Interact With Aviation Players

Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) is keen on setting a paradigm shift in the way engineering programmes are taught, having realized the global interest for aeronautical engineers with hands-on skills. Therefore in order to impart graduates with the right production skills, the university has partnered with the industry in the field of Aerospace & Aviation Engineering.
TU-K recently hosted the National Carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) and other Aviation Training Institutions Capital Connect and DAC, for a career fair where students and staff had an interactive session with industry players and learnt about aviation training, maintenance among other components.
In attendance were; Vice-Chancellor Prof. Francis Aduol, Deputy Vice- Chancellor in charge of Academic Research & Students (ARS) Prof. Paul Shiundu and Chairman of Department of Aerospace and Aviation Engineering Prof. Faustine Ondore.