Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) has been closed indefinitely following students’ unrest. The students on Wednesday went on a rampage protesting the management’s demand that all students must have zero balance before registering for courses and sitting for exams. The students also claimed the university has not addressed the frequent deaths of […]

Maasai Mara University Staff have vowed to walk and work in solidarity towards the realization of the University’s core business of being an epitome of academic excellence, research and innovative teaching. This was realized on Monday 16th September, 2019 afternoon during an open forum where members of staff shared their dreams on how Maasai Mara […]

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) alumna, Gladys Chepkurui Ngetich, currently based in the United Kingdom, has won the prestigious Schmidt Science Fellow Award at University of Oxford. Ngetich is one of the twenty (20) fellows globally, and one of the only two (2) from Africa who have completed their PhDs and are […]

Panic has hit the Ministry of Education and Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) over the declining number of continuing students in middle-level colleges taking up subsequent allocations. It emerged that only half of the 43,000 who applied for loans last year have applied for a second allocation, raising questions on the whereabouts of the others. […]

Mount Kenya University (MKU) is set to host a workshop for producers, protectors and promoters of the country’s cultural heritage from September 3 – September 6. The training is in partnership with the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) and is supported by the British Council. Dr Bibianne Waiganjo-Aidi, MKU deputy vice-chancellor in charge […]

Most universities could be forced to drop Business Administration, Education and Journalism degrees as the Ministry of Education moves to stop uneconomical multiplication of degrees. Currently, nearly all of the 74 private and public universities offer the three degrees, making it uneconomical to manage them as they fail to attract enough entrants. The three are […]

The University of Nairobi is in talks with UBtech, a leading Artificial Intelligence robotics company from China on the possibility of building Artificial Intelligence, AI Lab. This was revealed during a meeting between Ubtech Team and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic Affairs, Prof. Julius Ogeng’o on August 22, 2019. According to UBtech, the laboratory will go […]

A total of 700 students at Moi University on Wednesday lost their bid to have the institution include them in the 38th graduation ceremony taking place on Thursday. Justice Pauline Nyamweya while delivering the ruling in Mombasa criticised the university for failing to include the students on its graduation list. She ordered the institution to […]

The University of Botswana is offering a special elective course on Brexit, calling it the UK’s “biggest crisis for a generation”. Bruce Bennett, a senior lecturer at the university’s history department, who is organising the course, said the institution offered a regular course in British history. “We’d do a range of things while looking at what […]

Thirty-two public Teacher Training Colleges (TTCs) throughout the country risk closure over low enrolment and poor grades. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has warned the principals of the institutions to deal with the institutions’ challenges, or else universities will be asked to train the student teachers. DIPLOMA LEVEL “Why do we have low grades in […]

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