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Nairobi City Campus

About NCC

Egerton University Nairobi City Campus is located at Stanbank House, Moi Avenue ─ 5th to the 10th floor. The first four floors (5th-8th) are lecture rooms, while the 9th floor is the administration offices and that of the Africa Center for Distance Education (ACDE). The Campus has a modern Library …

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Dean of Students

Dean of Students Office. The Dean of Students office plays a central role in defining the strong sense of community that bring together students, faculty, and staff across differences of racial and ethnic background, gender, class, and educational background. The dean of students’ office plans and directs university activities related …

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Student Leadership

Student Leadership STUDENTS UNION OF EGERTON UNIVERSITY (SUEU) Section 2 of the Egerton University Act 1987 defines the students association? as an association of the students recognized by the council as being an organization representative of the student of the University.  The Students Union of Egerton University (SUEU) represents the …

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Undergraduate Admissions

Enquiries for all diploma programmes should be made to The Registrar (Academic Affairs), Egerton University, P. O. Box 536-20115, EGERTON, Kenya. The closing date for receiving applications for the diploma programmes shall be as determined by the Senate from time to time. Minimum Entry Requirements for Diploma Programmes The entry …

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Are You Still Using That Slow, Old Typewriter?

on’t act so surprised, Your Highness. You weren’t on any mercy mission this time. Several transmissions were beamed to this ship by Rebel spies. I want to know what happened to the plans they sent you. In my experience, there is no such thing as luck. Partially, but it also …

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Graduate Admissions

PROGRAMME TITLE DURATION,  MODE & FEES (KSH) M.A in Criminology and Criminal Justice Minimum Requirements:  Second Class Honours (Upper Division or Second Class Honours (Lower Division) in Arts, Criminology or Military Science with additional training in relevant options. Any other first degree with initial police training. 4 semesters (Evening and …

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