TU-K Holds 9th Graduation Ceremony
For the second year in a row, the Technical University of Kenya has today virtually held its 9th graduation ceremony. Speaking during the ceremony, Ms. Mumina Bonaya – Chief Administrative Secretary representing the Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Education, Prof. George Magoha, asked local universities to start preparing for the Competency Based Curriculum in readiness for the students who will be joining the institutions in a few years. “There is a need to allocate more resources to improve the efficiency of virtual learning by a way of bandwidth and more electronic learning resources,” she... Full story on TU-K Holds 9th Graduation Ceremony
9th Graduation Ceremony (Virtual Ceremony)
The Technical University of Kenya is pleased to announce that the 9th Graduation Ceremony will be held virtually on Friday 30th July 2021 starting 9.00 am. Graduands and guests are advised to be logged in as from 8.45 a.m. REHEARSAL (VIRTUAL CEREMONY) The rehearsal will be held virtually on Friday 29th July 2021 starting 11.00 am . Graduands and guests are advised to be logged in as from 10.45 a.m. LIVE STREAMING: - Both ceremonies will be streamed live through: Website and YouTube:  www.tukenya.ac.ke Facebook: Technical University of... Full story on 9th Graduation Ceremony (Virtual Ceremony)
ElringKlinger Company and Manfreco to Partner with TU-K on Training and Innovation
The Technical University of Kenya is set to collaborate with ElringKlinger, a German supplier of professional engine repairs, and Manfreco Ltd, a motor vehicle parts distributor in the East African market. The meeting was attended by Prof. Edwin Ataro, the Executive Dean Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment (FEBE), Prof. Alex Muumbo, Director School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Prof. Bernard Odera, and Mr. Cosmas Kanyadudi - the Executive Officer, Office of the Vice-Chancellor. Manfreco Company’s visiting team were Sales Director, Mr. Nadir Ahmed and Ms. Lisa Leina who... Full story on ElringKlinger Company and Manfreco to Partner with TU-K on Training and Innovation
Development in Africa with Radio Astronomy - Basic Training Programme
Development in Africa with Radio Astronomy - Basic Training Programme Africa is becoming the focus for the world of radio astronomy. It will host the mid-frequency Square Kilometre Array (SKA) –the next generation global radio astronomy facility that will be built initially in South Africa, and then rolled out across eight African partner countries, including Kenya.Prior to the SKA,a network of radio telescopes called the African Very Long Baseline Interferometry Network (AVN) is being built in the African partner countries. To support this effortthe Development in Africa with Radio... Full story on Development in Africa with Radio Astronomy - Basic Training Programme

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