TU-K adopts Term System as First Year students report in June
First Year students (freshers) will report on June 24, 2019 for a one-week orientation exercise before starting lectures on July 1, 2019. Traditionally, the TU-K academic year start in September. The 2018 KCSE candidates who have been placed at the TU-K by Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Services (KUCCPS) will be the pioneer group for the new four-term academic calendar. TU-K has embarked on a process to shift its academic programmes from a trimester to a four-term system. The decision on the start of the new academic year was made during a University Senate... Full story on TU-K adopts Term System as First Year students report in June
EBK accredits TU-K to offer Engineering programmes
The Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) has accredited Engineering programs offered at The Technical University of Kenya. Following boards visit on February 26, 2019 at the University, EBK issued the all-important approval of both Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering programmes. EBK Registrar, Eng. Nicholas Musuni, formally wrote to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Francis Aduol, on March 8, 2019 informing him of the decision by the regulator to accredit the programmes at TU-K. The letter was also copied to the Ministry of Transport,... Full story on EBK accredits TU-K to offer Engineering programmes
Engineers Board says TU-K on the right track to accreditation
university workshop The Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) has lauded TU-K for the right steps the institution was taking towards full accreditation of her engineering courses. In a recent visit, the Board commended the University for striving to adhere to rules and regulations set by the engineers’ regulator. The team headed by the Chairman, Eng. D. M Wanjau, held consultations with the University management, the academic staff... Full story on Engineers Board says TU-K on the right track to accreditation