JKUAT Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Mathu Ndung’u will confer degrees and award diplomas to 3545 graduands during the 33rd Graduation ceremony to be staged Friday June 21, 2019 at the University’s grounds. The Geneva based Kenyan academic will, for the first time, preside over the University’s graduation ceremony following his appointment by President Uhuru Kenyatta in March 2019.
Prof. Ndungu who will confer a record 118 doctorate degrees during the ceremony, has called on the graduands to broaden their horizon and their knowledge to change the world. Additional 660 graduands will receive masters degrees while A total of 2167 students will be conferred bachelors degrees.
The number of PhD degrees have increased by 13 over the November 2018 convocation ceremony where 105 degrees were conferred.
Graduation Statistics Summary
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You can read more about the ceremony on this special supplement