All undergraduate students are hereby notified that examinations under reference will be commencing on Tuesday 25th April, 2017. You are therefore encouraged to observe the following:- Clear any outstanding fee balances before Friday 21st April 2017 and ensure that you print your examination card in time to avoid last minute inconveniences. Incase of any hitch encountered while printing the cards, liaise with ICT support officers for assistance. Kindly note that those without examination cards will not be allowed to sit for examination. In addition to
Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Education, Science and Technology Dr. Fred Matiang’i has appointed Prof. Isaac k. Nyamongo as the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Co-operative Development, Research and Innovation at The Co-operative University of Kenya. Prof. Nyamongo comes in to head the newly created Division for Co-operative Development, Research And Innovation, a function which was earlier on been domiciled at the institute for co-operative development (ICD). Isaac K. Nyamongo is a Professor of Anthropology. He holds a PhD in Anthropology from the University
The Co-operative University of Kenya has held a one-day Research, Monitoring and Review Workshop in its main campus Karen. The workshop held on 7th April, 2017 was officially opened by the University’s Ag. Vice Chancellor Prof. Kamau Ngamau represented by Prof. Esther Magiri, The University’s Ag. Deputy Vice Chancellor Finance, Planning and Administration. The workshop takes place after establishment of a new division at the University; Division of Co-operative Development, Research and Innovation headed by the newly appointed Prof. Isaac Nyamongo.
The Co-operative University of Kenya is set to leading the vibrant co-operative sector in Kenya into embracing ICT usage in their operations. Hosting a two-day workshop of all key players in the sector in the Countrywide at the University on 22nd and 23rd March, 2017, CUK remained upbeat in revitalization and providing the relevant research and education framework to a successful end. The workshop under the theme “Embracing ICTs in Co-operatives for Sustainable Development” brought on board the Ministry of
EXCLUSIVE FOR THE CO-OPERATIVE UNIVERSITY OF KENYA STUDENTS Dear Students, You are called upon to actively participate in this exclusive competition for the Global Money Week Competition by SASRA A in partnership with the Joint Financial Regulators; The Central Bank of Kenya, Capital Markets Authority, Insurance Regulatory Authority, and Retirement Benefits Authority. The Global Money Week is slated for 27th March- 2nd April, 2017 #CooperativeUnivGlobalMoneyWeekCompetition
The Co-operative University of Kenya, Kipepeo Imaging and Chartered Institute of Marketing have signed innovative pacts for capacity building of Micro, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs Co-operative Enterprises in Kenya dubbed Trade & Commerce Hub Africa (TRACOHA) project. The trio are set to develop an information hub for Co-operative enterprises, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) which will enhance and stimulate partnerships between the private and public sector in creating a Web Portal and Business Center that can be
President Uhuru Kenyatta has awarded Prof. E. N. Gicheru, of The co-operative University of Kenya with the Order of the Grand Warrior of Kenya, (OGW) during the last year’s 12th December, 2016 Jamhuri Day Celebrations. In a Gazette Notice Dated 10th December, 2016, The President recognized the Contribution of the few Kenyans feted among them Prof. Gicheru in recognition of distinguished and outstanding services to the Nation in various capacities and responsibilities. Installing the honor upon her on 8th February 2017, Principal
PROF. E. N. GICHERU AT THE NEW YORK PLATFORM COOPERATIVISM “Building the Cooperative Internet” The “Platform Cooperativism: Building the Co-operative Internet” took place At The New School and Civic Hall in New York City on November 11-13, 2016, with The Co-operative University being represented by Prof. Esther Gicheru, director ICD who participated in the 3-day event and on day two participated in a powerful interview about the Co-operatives in Kenya. Almost unnoticed, in the gaps and hollows of the