January 2020 Intake. Applications now Open

Applications are hereby invited from candidates qualified to pursue the following courses offered at the JKUAT NAKURU CBD CAMPUS: Located at Kwanza House, along Nakuru-Eldoret highway. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD BROCHURE  CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FEES STRUCTURE  MODE OF APPLICATION Applications can be made on prescribed forms obtainable from Nakuru CBD Campus (Kwanza House, Nakuru) upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Kshs. 1,500/ for PhD, Masters  & Degree courses, Kshs. 1,000 for Diploma courses and Kshs. 500 for Certificate courses.  Application forms may also be downloaded from the JKUAT website at www.jkuat.ac.ke/centres/nakuru Visit us… Continue reading →

IVEY Busness training concludes:

IVEY Busness training concludes:

JKUAT Nakuru and Canada University of Western conducted a three week training programme. The training programme is based on business decision making with cases. 2011 was the launching year of The programme. It aims to foster student engagement and growth. This is part of the broader collaboration between the two universities. The aim of the programme is to promote critical thinking, problem solving skills and leadership skills. This is by outlining real life cases and using the practical nature of it to give propositions. They have been partnering with other African institutions in Ghana, Tanzania… Continue reading →

IVEY Business School Training at JKUAT Nakuru Campus

IVEY Business School Training at JKUAT Nakuru Campus

JKUAT Nakuru Campus is happy to host facilitators from the IVEY Business School from Western University (Canada). This is an annual three-week training programme. The training programme is based on business decision making with case studies. IVEY School of Business (Canada) in partnership with JKUAT School of Business (Kenya) conducts the training. The program started on 2nd May, 2019. It will end on 24 May, 2019. Students on exchange programme from Ivey Business School undertakes the training. It seeks to promote critical thinking, problem solving and leadership skills. This is through through simulation of real… Continue reading →

Biometric registration for staffs and continuing students.

In response to a memo issued on 22nd May 2018, all students and staffs were asked to ensure that they avail themselves for biometric registration. The process was overseen by the JKUAT Nakuru ICT Systems Admin in liaison with the JKUAT Main Registrar’s office. The purpose of the exercise was to identify bonafied JKUAT Students. For registration, students were required to carry their original school Identification Card and National Identification Card. For staffs the requirement was the Staff Identification Card and National Identification Card. Biometric registration is a government requirement through a directive of the… Continue reading →