Recognition and Equation of Foreign Qualifications (KNQA)

Recognition and Equation of Foreign Qualifications (KNQA)

The university admission for International Students requires that their foreign certificates are equated to match the Kenyan grading system. The process of equation and recognition for foreign certificates had been initially done through the Commission for University Education (CUE) and Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) for the Pre-university foreign degrees and Diploma certificates. However, through a circular to all the Universities Vice Chancellors, by the Director General/CEO Dr. Juma Mukhwana, he highlighted the mandate of the Kenya National Qualifications Authority that it was set up to promote a better coordination of awarding, recognition and equation of… Continue reading →

Varsity Holds First International Cultural Day

Varsity Holds First International Cultural Day

The Alumni and International Students’ Office (ALISO) in collaboration with Jomo Kenyatta University Students’ Association (JKUSA) organized a day long International Students Cultural Event to enable students appreciate the various diversities in the university in instilling global understanding among themselves, Thursday, November 8, 2018. During the event, students from different countries showcased their cultural activities such as food, dances, art among others. Follow this link for the rest of the story.

Alumni call for the convocation

Dear Distinguished Alumni, Warm greetings, It gives us immense pleasure to continue everlasting ties with you.  I hope you are fairing on well in your job and carrying laurels for yourself as well as your family and JKUAT; your Alma mater. I am sure due to your busy schedule you have not been able to find the time to meet and reconnect with your classmates or faculty members since your graduation. I have good news for you; On behalf of the JKUAT Alumni Association and the University fraternity, your Alma mater, I’m leased to invite… Continue reading →

Graduation Documents

2012 GRADUATION DOCUMENTS 21st Graduation JUNE 2013 GRADUATION DOCUMENTS 22nd Graduation JUNE  2014 GRADUATION DOCUMENTS 23rd Graduation July 2014 GRADUATION BOOKLET 23rd Graduation July 2014 Addendum (B) 23th TUM Graduands 24th November GRADUATION-LIST-NOV.2014 2015 GRADUATION DOCUMENTS 25TH November GRADUATION BOOKLET 26TH November GRADUATION BOOKLET 2016 GRADUATION DOCUMENTS 27th GRADUATION BOOKLET 28th  November 2016 GRADUATION BOOKLET 2017 GRADUATION DOCUMENTS 29th June GRADUATION BOOKLET 30TH November GRADUATION-BOOKLET 2018 GRADUATION DOCUMENTS 31ST JUNE 2018 31ST GRADUATION BOOKLET 32nd November 2018 Graduation Booklet 2019 GRADUATION DOCUMENTS 33rd JUNE 2019 Graduation Booklet    

JKUAT ALUMNI Tracer Study Launch

JKUAT ALUMNI Tracer Study Launch

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology Alumni can now locate and network with their former colleagues following the launch of the alumni tracer study. The University through the Directorate of Alumni and International Students Office (ALISO) with support of key stakeholders is set to trace and connect all JKUAT Alumni courtesy of the tracer study programme that was launched, December, 14, 2017 by the Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Research, Production and Extension, Prof. Mary Abukutsa at the JKUAT Alumni Business Center at Woodlands Office Park along Woodlands Road, Nairobi. The programme seeks… Continue reading →

Another JKUAT Scholar bags the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellow

Another JKUAT Scholar bags the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellow

Voluntary work has never been interesting and also being part of any initiative that does not bring anything in return (moneywise) seems time well wasted, but wait a minute, what does one gain from volunteering? Well, the story of one Ms. Sheila Awuor, a final year student from the Food Science Department in JKUAT Main Campus will change your perspective on how you view any kind of voluntary job or initiative you have come across. Ms. Awuor has bagged the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship 2017. The program is a flagship project of the Young African… Continue reading →

Dr. Churchill Saoke takes over as ALISO Director

Dr. Churchill Saoke takes over as ALISO Director

Dr. Churchill Saoke a wind energy scholar in the Physics Department, at JKUAT, the director for Peace and Unity International and a Mandela Washington Fellow (MWF) was recently installed as the new Alumni and International Students Office (ALISO) Director. Dr. Saoke cut his leadership teeth as a student leader of Jomo Kenyatta University Students Organization (JKUSO) in 2007/2008, where he served as the Academic Secretary before rising to other leadership positions. Below is his remarks at the handing over ceremony at ALISO office in JKUAT Main Campus on Friday, 31st March, 2017: From the onset, allow… Continue reading →

Alumni to mentor 1000 primary school kids with their initiative

Alumni to mentor 1000 primary school kids with their initiative

A 25 years old School of Mathematical Science graduate, Mr. Denis Macharia from College of Pure and Applied Science (COPAS) was recently honoured to deliver a speech to the Students at the corporate event of the year in JKUAT Main Campus, dubbed ‘Career Fair 2016’ whose theme was “Unveiling a world of opportunity.” Mr. Macharia’s speech was based on how young people should create opportunities no matter how small they think they are. He explained that the creation of opportunity should be inspired by infusing one’s passion with what they are currently pursuing at the… Continue reading →