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KeMU prepares for 2017 KeMUSO Elections

On Thursday 2nd February 2017, KeMU witnessed the swearing in of electoral commission of KeMU (ECK) 2017. The exercise which took place in Main Campus Chapel was duplicated in all KeMU Campuses across the country.

This ushers in the February period where student Governments are dissolved and ECK takes over and engages a series of constitutional undertakings which eventually  culminate in election of new KeMUSO office bearers across the University, on 24th February 2017. The new leaders will be sworn in on Monday 27/2/2017, take office on 28/2/2017, and then all leaders will converge in the Main Campus for two days for leadership induction on 2nd and 3rd of March 2017. God bless KeMUSO.

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KeMU Ranked among the top 3 Private Universities in Kenya

Kenya Methodist University has been Ranked among the top 3 Private Universities in Kenya in the Latest Webometrics report. According to the results published on the Webometrics website, Kenya Methodist University was ranked position 11 in Kenya out of over 130 Public and Private Academic Institutions Ranked. The Webometrics Ranking is the largest and most Authoritative academic ranking of Higher Education Institutions and is aimed at promoting academic web presence and supporting the Open Access initiatives. Click on the image above to see more


VC's Address

On Friday, 27th January 2017, our Vice Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiriamiti had the chance to address the students from Nairobi Campus. In attendance were students from across the board; from 1st year to 4th year students, part-time, full-time, digital campus and diploma students as well. It was a rare but exciting opportunity that both the students and the Vice Chancellor had to interact with each other in an open session of question and answer. Members of Nairobi Campus administration and staff were present as well. Not only was it a chance to openly discuss issues and strategise a way forward together, Prof. Henry Kiriamiti took the chance to take many photos with staff and students. 2017 has started out with the spirit of team effort; strong and continuous feedback from the students alongside the support needed to effect thenecessary change from the Vice Chancellor and the staff at Kenya Methodist University. The student fraternity is the heart of KeMU. “Let us work together and grow together” – a great message delivered by Prof. Henry Kiriamiti.

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The VC meets with KeMU Muslim Students

Students from the Muslim community today had the rare opportunity to meet with the vice chancellor Prof. Henry Kiriamiti during his address to KeMU Nairobi Campus students. Muslim students constitute a significant percentage of the largely diverse Nairobi campus. In this light, the Vice Chancellor was pleased to interact with the student representatives as well address any issues they had.

KeMU re-engineers its programmes for quality services

KeMU has partnered with the Centre for Innovative Leadership and Governance (CLIG) to re-engineer its programmes with a goal to further enhance its services and corporate image. The University plans to transform its operations for delivery of quality higher education in a competitive global environment.  CLIG is a consultancy that brings together different experts in the areas of leadership management and governance. For the KeMU initiative, Prof. Olive Mugenda is the team leader who will give mentorship and guidance. The University Council and Management are happy to have this initiative that will drive KeMU to greater heights.

From left to right; Vice Chancellor, Prof. Henry K. Kiriamiti, immediate former Vice Chancellor Kenyatta University, Prof. Olive Mugenda, Chairman of the Governing Council, Dr. Charles K. Mbui, Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church and Chancellor of the Kenya Methodist University, Rev. Joseph Ntombura.

 

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KeMU Team Participates in the DAAD Sponsored Program

KeMU Team led by Dr Risper Orero – Principal Nairobi Campus is participating in the DAAD sponsored MTS program whose objective is to improve the quality of university management and Learning processes. Other KeMU members include Stephen Maore, Patrick Kigunda, Winnie Kathambi and Dr Wanja. In the photo is Prof Some, CEO, CUE and other CUE staff

2016 Mr & Miss KeMU Grand Finale

The much anticipated 2016 Mr & Miss KeMU Grand finale took place on Friday 25th November 2016 at the Main Campus. The event comprised of 30 very talented contestants from our five campuses; Nairobi, Nakuru, Nyeri, Mombasa & Meru. The event also included perfomances by various artists who entertained the guests, staff and students, Mr.Obina of Churchill show was the events MC.

Miss. Maurine Wangare a student of Business Administration was crowned Miss KeMU 2016/2017 while Yvan Kashando a student of International Relations emerged Mr. KeMU 2016/2017. The two are students of Nairobi Campus.

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