Clubs and Associations

Clubs and Associations

The Technical University of Kenya has the following Active Clubs and Students Associations:

  1. Association of Engineering Students (link is external)
  2. Innovators club (link is external)
  3. TUK- Association of Civil Engineering Students
  4. TUK – Association of Mechanical,  Chemical and Aeronautical Engineering Students (AMECAES)
  5. Science and Technology Association (link is external)
  6. TUK- Science and Technology Students Association
  7. ICT Club (link is external)
  8. TUK – Scouts Movement
  9. Google Students @ TUK
  10. TUK – Japanese Cultural Association
  11. TUK – Rotaract Club
  12. TUK – Young Professional Association
  13. TUK – Live Art Club
  14. TUK – Association of Business Students
  15. TUK – Geospatial Sciences Students Association
  16. TUK – Octamath Higher Achievers
  17. TUK – Finance Students Association
  18. TUK – International Youth Fellowship
  19. TUK – United Mission International – National Mentorship Programme
  20. TUK – Environmental Club
  21. TUK – Real Estate Students Association
  22. TUK – Mastacom Students Association
  23. TUK – Kenya Society of Exploration Geophysics
  24. TUK – Economics Students Association
  25. TUK – Diplomacy Club
  26. TUK – Journalism Students Association
  27. TUK – Dance Club
  28. TUK – Chemical Science Association
  29. TUK – Chemical Technology Students Association

Religious Groups

The Technical University of Kenya has the following Religious Groups:

  1. Christian Union (link is external)
  2. TUK – Young Catholic Students ( YCS) (link is external)
  3. TUK – Seventh Day Adventist
  4.  TUK – Muslims Students Association
  5. TUK – Christian Outreach Fellowship

Notices

NHORED II Scholarships

PHD SCHOLARSHIP : Focus Area: Inclusive Engagement in Energy Transitions in East Africa Gender, Participation, and Justice Thematic area >> More details 

MASTERS SCHOLARSHIP:  Focus Area: Inclusive Engagement in Energy Transitions in East Africa Gender, Participation, and Justice Thematic area >> More details 


Call for Applications to The Development in Africa with Radio Astronomy (Dara) Training Programme (2024)

Applications are invited for the above training programme coordinated by the `department of Astronomy and Space Science, Technical University of Kenya. Applicants must be holders of at least a Bachelor’s degree in any of the STEM fields. The application form and the brochure are available here for more information. You may also contact Prof. Paul Baki, Ph.D., FKNAS ( Email: paulbaki@tukenya.ac.ke)

More Information | Download Application Form

Conference Announcement and Call for Papers 


The Technical University of Kenya in partnership with Exploring Visual Cultures will be hosting the 4th International Conference from November 27th to 29th, 2024 at the Edge Convention Centre, Nairobi. The theme of the conference is AI Media Innovations, Applications, Visual Culture, Challenges, and Future Trends. The call for papers is out and the deadline for submission of abstracts is on 31st May, 2024.

More on the conference

Units in The office of Dean of Students

Students Accommodation and Catering

This department is responsible for providing Catering services to students and staff of the university and to meetings and events hosted in the campus. In addition, students’ accommodation needs are handled in the office of the Assistant Director where students are placed into the available university accommodation or recommended to over 50 hostels that have been vetted by the department. Students are encouraged to present their special and welfare needs to the assistant director for consideration from time to time.

The Counseling Unit

The Counseling unit of The Technical University of Kenya is one of the units under the Directorate of Students Support Services. The unit is meant to enhance the emotional, psychological and behavioral wellbeing of the students.

The Chaplaincy

Spiritual guidance is provided by three Chaplains. Our chaplaincy is staffed by spiritual leaders, one protestant, one Catholic and one Muslim. The services of the chaplaincy are open to the entire University community. Some of these services and activities include: guidance, conducting worship services and coordinating spiritual activities at the university. The chaplains also teach, conduct and coordinate religious activities for students through the Young Catholics Association (YCS), Christian Union (CU), the Muslim Students Association and the Seventh Day Adventists (SDA).

Sports, Recreation & Co-curricular Activities

There are extensive opportunities for sport and recreation, supported by a team of staff who provide activities to suit all ability levels at the University's sports centres. Tournaments and leagues take place throughout the year. There are outdoors sports facilities for football, basketball, hockey, rugby, volleyball, athletics etc. The focus is on sport for both recreation and excellence.

Announcement of Postdoctoral Opportunity in The Department of Astronomy and Space Science

June
Saturday
15
Sat, 15. June 2024
The Development in Africa with Radio Astronomy ( DARA) project has announced  12 Postdoctoral opportunities in  eight  (8) SKA African partner countries.  At th…

TU-K to host the X-Culture Award Ceremony

May
Thursday
30
Thu, 30. May 2024
On 30th May 2024, TU-K will host the X-Culture Collaboration Course Award.
The ceremony will be held in the Main Hall. The event will celebrate the outstanding achievement o…