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NOTICE TO INCOMING FIRST YEAR STUDENTS, 2020/2021 ACADEMIC YEAR

The University of Nairobi congratulates and welcomes all students who have been selected to join the institution to study various degree programmes.

The Academic Year 2020/2021 will commence on Monday 31 August, 2020.

Kindly note that orientation programme, registration, classes and examination will be conducted via online platforms.

Below are links to important information concerning registration,admission, orientation and online learning.

UON MARKS 62ND GRADUATION AS 8,428 GRADUATE

he University of Nairobi (UoN) held its 62nd graduation on 20th December, 2019.

The graduation ceremony was led by the Chancellor Dr. Vijoo Rattansi.

Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Isaac Mbeche presented a total of 8,428 graduands,  one graduand for a higher Doctorate degree, 56 for Doctor of Philosophy degree, 27 for Fellowships awards, 2,130 for Masters degree, 5,413 for Bachelors degree, and 54 for Postgraduate Diplomas.

Prof. Mbeche congratulated the graduands for a job well done. 

FINALISTS CAREER INDUCTION SEMINAR 2019

A career induction training seminar was organized for the 2019 graduating class on Monday 7th October 2019.

 

The training was high-voltage involving speakers from several areas of Pharmacy practice who have been successful in their careers offering guidance to the students on how best they can be prepared for the job market.

 

This included speakers from The Mater Hospital, PSK, PPB, the Ministry of Health and other private players like Novartis, Dawa Limited and Loreal Cosmetics.

 

Prof. Jaoko honoured for role in fight against HIV/AIDS

Prof. Walter Jaoko, Director KAVI-Institute of Clinical Research was one of the ten individuals who were honoured at the Ten out of Ten (1O/10) Awards held at the House of Lords in the Palace of Westminster, London on 9th September, 2019.

The Ten out of Ten Awards aims at facilitating an important conversation about the intersection that must converge in order to meet the UN targets of globally ending all new HIV diagnosis by 2030.