Teaching Centre in Arusha to steer Regional Integration

Teaching Centre in Arusha to steer Regional Integration

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology has opened own teaching centre in Arusha Tanzania, becoming the first public University in East Africa to take advantage of the revitalized regional corporation to mount its academic programmes across the country’s boarders. The inauguration ceremony held in Arusha Thursday July 5, 2012, was presided over by the Chancellor, Prof. Francis Gichaga, who used the event to underscore the importance of higher education in fostering regional integration. Prof. Gichaga in a ceremony witnessed by officials from the East Africa Community and a representative from Kenya’s High Commission office… Continue reading →

A don’s rare encounter

A don’s rare encounter

Prof. Ward Mavura (shaking hands), Director JKUAT Arusha campus joined Tanzania top government officials at Kilimanjaro International Airport, April 2012, to welcome Kenya’s Head of state, H. E Mwai Kibaki on arrival in Arusha, Tanzania to attend the 10th Extraordinary Summit for East Africa Heads of State. The Arusha campus, an initiative of JKUAT in response to demands for its academic programmes opened its doors to pioneering students mainly from the East Africa country of Tanzania in July 2011. Operating under a provisional registration granted by Tanzania Commission for Universities, the campus has gained popularity… Continue reading →