Varsity Holds First International Cultural Day

Students from South Sudan perform a cultural dance

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.

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2 thoughts on “Varsity Holds First International Cultural Day

  1. Hi, I just wanted to ask whether JKUAT allows for international students to get financial aid to cover for their fees through organizations such as (Great Lakes Borrowers Services) and if so, what is the 6 digit number I could use to apply for a loan to cover for my school expenses

    • Hi Jeff, I have received the same matter and have responded by forwarding to the relevant office.
      However, you can still follow up using this e-mail: Registrar Academic Affairs
      I hope you will be assisted through that office.