GLOBAL MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE WINNERS_ LILIAN, DAISY,EMMANUEL, IAN AND ZAKAYO FROM THE DEPARMENT OF APPLIED ECONOMICS, SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

KENYATTA UNIVERSITY ECONOMICS STUDENTS EMERGE WINNERS IN THE GLOBAL MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE

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Competition Authority of Kenya Director General, Mr. Wang’ombe Kariuki, The Ag. VC Prof. Paul. K Wainaina and the Dean School of Economics Prof. Nelson Wawire, in a resent event hosted in Kenyatta University Amphitheatre
WORLD BANK LAUNCHES THE 13TH KENYA ECONOMIC UPDATE ON YOUTH AND JOBS AT KENYATTA UNIVERSITY
Heads,former Dean and other School Senior Staff during opening of the School Building
Dr Tom Kimani of AERC toured Kenyatta University to assess the capacity of the facilities to host the AERC,s Joint Faciliy for Electives, at the school of Economics. With Him is the dean, School of Economics, Prof. Wawire
Governor, Central Bank of Kenya with Members of University Management, staff from school of economics and invited guests outside the newly opened economics building.
(L-R) Prof. Njuguna donates two of his recent publications to the University through the Dean, School of Economics Prof. Nelson Wawire.
The Dean School of Economics, Professor Nelson Wawire, displays an award he won in Africa Education Leadership Award-Best Professor in Economics Category.
Mr. Kinuthia Wamwangi, Chairman Transition Authority visited the University on 25th of March 2015 to give a public lecture on ‘Understanding Devolution’
The Director New Hope Children’s Centre with donors and some of the Economic students
Prof John W Harris; based in Boston University and Prof Germano Mwabu of the University of Nairobi, on 4th February 2015.The duo were on a familiarization tour of KU School of Economics, and were received by the Dean of the School, Prof Nelson Wawire

Master of Economics (Agriculture)

First Year
Core Units
EET 500 Microeconomic Theory I
EET 501 Macroeconomic Theory I
EET 502 Microeconomic Theory II (Prerequisite: ETH 500)
EET 503 Macroeconomic Theory II (Prerequisite: ETH 501)
EES 500 Econometrics I
EES 501 Econometrics II (Prerequisite: EES 500)
EAE 507 Agricultural Economics
EAE 500 Project Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

Second Year
Core
EAE 501 Economic Research Methodology
EAE 526 Economics of Global Food Security
EAE 534 Agricultural Policy Analysis
EAE 544 Research Project (Equivalent to four units)

Electives
One unit to be selected from the pool of electives

Last Updated on Saturday, 19 October 2013 20:55

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PUBLIC LECTURE - OVER REGULATION OF THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM. IS IT WORTH IT?

The School of Economics in collaboration with FSD, UoN and Strathmore organised a lecture by John Kay, a Professor from the UK.

IT took place at the Business Service and Students Center on Friday 10th Feb 2017.....Read More

 

 


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WORLD BANK LAUNCHES THE 13TH KENYA ECONOMIC UPDATE ON YOUTH AND JOBS AT KENYATTA UNIVERSITY

The World Bank in Collaboration with the Schools of Economics and Business launched the 13th Kenya Economic Update on youth and jobs on Thursday 31st March, 2016 at Kenyatta University Amphitheatre. The Chief Guest was Ms. Diarietou Gaye the World Bank County Director. Several other guests from the public service, corporate and private sectors attended the launch. >>Read More


UNDP HUMAN DEVELOPMENT EXPERT DELIVERS A PUBLIC LECTURE AT KENYATTA UNIVERSITY

publicOn Friday, 17th June, 2016 the School of Economics in collaboration with United Nations Development programme held a public lecture on Human Development,” Visions for the future, lessons from 25 years of progress”. The lecture was facilitated by Dr.Selim Jahan who holds a PhD in Economics from McGill University, Canada. Dr.Selim Jahan is the Director of Human Development report Office (HDRO) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), New York. He has been involved in compiling Global Human Development reports over the years. >>Read More

Testimonials

KUESA is the best ground where economic leaders are nurtured. I thank the School of Economics administration from the Dean who is our patron, the chairmen of departments and the lecturers who in full capacity have mentored, inspired and nurtured me to be who I am. I have personally grown and developed myself, networked with different corporates and nurtured my talent through the various platforms provided by KUESA. This platform has created an enabling and challenging environment for accomplishment of my academic, professional and social pursuits, enhanced linkages between theoretical and practical industry and promoted effective understanding of economics. I thank the Almighty God for enabling me to serve in KUESA and impact on students through various forums". 

Lameck Migiro-4th Year Economics Student and 2017 KUESA ChairmanLameck Migiro-
4th Year Economics Student and KUESA Chairman 2017

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COMMUNITY SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTY (CSR) BY KUESA ON 29TH OCTOBER 2016 

ChildrensHomeVisit-CSRoct2016

Kenyatta University Economics Students Association in partnership with Global Ripple Mentorship Company held a very successful community outreach service on 29th October, 2016 at Gathaithi Orphans and Vulnerable Centre and Hossana Children's Home in Kiambu County. The group had interactive sessions with Children from the two homes. The group participated in Environmental cleanup, laundry, cooking and outdoor games. Children from the two homes and a nearby Gathaithi Primary School benefited from mentorship sessions facilitated by KUESA....Read More

 

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