The University of Nairobi offers industrial attachments to students from various departments within our university and from other universities. Students are attached to various units (departments) of the University where their skills match. Interns are periodically visited by their supervisors to be evaluated on their progress . On this case, Dr. Yonah Etene, a lecturer from Kibabii University who is Mr Khaemba 's supervisor came at the ICT center to evaluate him.
The University of Nairobi is committed to equipping students with market-ready skills that will give them a competitive edge as they join the world of employment and job creation. On that premise, the University is collaborating with Microsoft to train staff and students in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Maluki Muthusi, a 3rd Year University of Nairobi student at the School of Computing and Informatics was awarded first prize for winning in the global finals ICT competition in the network track. The ICT competition, network track, is a skill-based competition involving hands-on experience on computer networks and network security.
A record 5,709 were conferred degrees and awarded diplomas at the graduation ceremony held on December 11, 2020 at the Great Court, Main Campus. Two(2) honorary degrees were also honored to Prof. Ojiambo and Prof Mugo. Prof Ojiambo was awarded a Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) In Leadership in recognition of her distinguished and exemplary career in leadership which has helped shape the face of leadership and politics in Kenya. Prof.
It is a time to celebrate! The University of Nairobi marks 50 years since it was transformed into the first national University in Kenya on July 1, 1970.
The University of Nairobi owes its origin to several developments in higher education within the country and the region. The idea of an institution for higher learning in Kenya goes back to 1947 when the Kenya Government drew up a plan for the establishment of a technical and commercial institute in Nairobi.
University of Nairobi’s dons were part of the task force that developed Kiswahili and Bi-Lingual versions of the National Assembly Standing Orders which were unveiled by President Uhuru Kenyatta.