FAI SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MECOHD – THIRD EDITION
The Foundation Assistance Internationale – FAI Lugano, in the framework of the project “CDN (Cooperation and Development Network): TRAINING LOCAL RULING CLASS IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT”, is supporting the 3rd edition of the MECOHD Programme with 5 special scholarships for disadvantaged students from African Countries >>Read More
First Year Students Orientation on June 2015
The School of Economics in conjunction with KUESA (Kenyatta University Economics Association) held orientation for 1st year students for the May intake on 3rd June, 2015 at SOE 3. The students got a chance to interact with members of the faculty as well as Kuesa officials. The Dean, School of Economics- Prof. Nelson Wawire was the Chief Guest at the event. The Dean welcomed the students and explained to them the structure of the School that consists of three >>Read More <<
Public Lecture on 25 March 2015 on Devolution
The School of Economics held a Public lecture on the 25th of March 2015. The topic of the lecture was ‘Understanding Devolution’ and the key note speaker was Mr. Kinuthia Wamwangi, Chairman-Transition Authority. Among the issues the Speaker looked at were, the meaning of devolution, the role of Transition Authority in the devolution process, the objectives of devolution, the principles guiding devolution, the economic impact of devolution on the Kenyan economy, the status of devolution, the challenges facing devolution and the opportunities devolution offers to Universities and Kenyatta University in particular.
Official Launch of Master of Economics (Cooperation and Human Development)
Students from Berean School Visit.
Students from Berean High School visited the School of Economics on the 29th of May, 2015. The Dean, School of Economics- Prof. Nelson Wawire took time to meet and mentor them. He explained to them the mandate of the School, its composition, the various departments and courses offered. He also took them through the qualifications they need to acquire in order to be admitted to the School either as government sponsored students or self sponsored students. During the interactive session, the Dean emphasized on the need to be highly focused on their studies and work hard to achieve their goals in life. The teachers and students thanked the Dean for taking time out of his busy schedule to enlighten and encourage them.