Speaking during a courtesy call to the University of Nairobi Vice Chancellor, H. E. Luisa Fragoso, Head of Missions, Portugal revealed that the exchange programs between the universities in Portugal and the University of Nairobi would be centered around science, health, engineering, architecture, history and archeology.
The director ICT Mr.Paul Kariuki is urging all members of staff of the University of Nairobi who have network connectivity issues while using soma na telcom bundles to fill the online form.
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Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has said parents will need to dig deep into their pockets to make schools safer once they reopen in September 2020. Magoha said the government was planning to give each child two washable face masks but said parents would be required to buy the protective gears given that not all children will get them from the government READ MORE
The University of Nairobi Vice Chancellor Prof Stephen Kiama is the chairperson of the newly formed East and Southern Africa (ESA) Regional Committee of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) whose headquarter is in London, United Kingdom
The regional committee will be forging partnerships and collaborations with other member universities
The member Universities include :
- The University of Nairobi (Kenya) represented by Professor Stephen Kiama Gitahi
- The Technical University of Kenya (Kenya) represented by Professor Francis Aduol
Students who are living with disability are encouraged to apply for the 2 scholarships namely; Programme for Evidence to Inform Disability Action(PENDA) and Development Pathways - Krystle Kabare Scholarship
The successful candidates will have a golden opportunity to study at the University of Nairobi . The Scholarships are as follows:
1. Programme for Evidence to Inform Disability Action(PENDA)
The government is looking for young talented Kenyans with passion for ICT and public service to undergo a structured 12 months internship in both the public and private organizations.Click here to apply.Deadline for application is June 29, 2020.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, digital services such as online education, virtual meeting rooms and online marketplaces have kept our economies running and helped us stay connected. Almost all of these services are underpinned by cross-border digital trade. Even if you meet colleagues from your own town in a video conference, consult a local doctor online, or follow a virtual class by a teacher in your neighbourhood, the companies providing the networks and platforms for these interactions are probably at least partly in another country.