KeMU CSR - Kenyatta National Hospital Prayer Day

KeMU family participated in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) during the hospitals prayer day on 20/5/2016. Our Students and staff joined hands with KNH fraternity in the prayer ceremony, where they were engaged in great ways including: ward to ward prayers with the patients and song presentations. KeMU also managed to give donations in form of crutches and plastic chairs as a kind gesture that will touch the lives of patients and the KNH fraternity at large. In attendance were the Principal Nairobi campus Dr. Risper Orero,  Ag. Deputy Registrar Administration, Mrs. Faith Mutwiri, Dean School of Business & Economics, Dr. Rachael Gesami, University Assistant Chaplain, Rev. David Manyara , Senior Marketing officer Mr. Moses Maina. Special thanks to the Chaplaincy Department Nairobi campus

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KeMU F.C Disarms Administration Police

KeMU F.c beat Administration police 1-0 in a tough National division one league match at the ASK Showground in Meru. The match between the scholars and the law enforcers gave the many fans that turned up an afternoon of soccer extravaganza. AP is a strong team with a lot of experience and has been in the Kenya Premier League twice. This year they reached the quarter finals of the GOTV shield cup only to be eliminated by Gor Mahia f.c. KeMU gave a spirited fight and was tactically and technically superior to their opponents who opted for long balls and fast breaks.

The KeMU soccer team is ranked second nationally in University games after losing to Kenyatta University narrowly on post-match penalties in the KUSA finals played in JOOUST last December. The next league match will be against Vegro in Naivasha.  We appreciate the priceless support from the University Senior Management.

2016 National Drama Festivals, KeMU Shines

KeMU Drama Team participated in the 2016 National Drama Festivals which took place from 5/4/2016 to 13/4/2016 in Meru County: Meru School, Kaaga Girls, Kaaga Boys and Kenya Methodist University main Campus.

KeMU was represented by two campuses, Nairobi campus with a Play and a Modern Dance and Nakuru Campus with Mime.

The KeMU play “Merchants of the Iron Snake” took position 2 National wide (featured on Standard Newspaper on 14/4/2016). It also emerged the best item on Population Agenda, best item on Environmental Conservation and best item on Conservation of Wildlife. Our Modern Dance emerged the best item on Prevention of Examination Cheating.

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KeMU Student Cherise Avilia’s goal Propels Kenya’s Harambee Starlets to historic African Cup of Nations in Cameroun


Harambee Starlets and KeMU players Cherise Avilia (7) the goal scorer, Neddy Atieno (9) and Essey Akida behind Neddy Atieno jubilantly celebrate the historic goal. (Photo courtesy of Nation media)

Cherise Avilia a student at KeMU pursuing a degree in Business Administration  helped the Kenya national women team “Harambee Starlets” to create history by scoring a golden goal in an International match against Algeria at the Safaricom stadium Kasarani on 12th Tuesday 2016. The all-important goal enabled Kenya to qualify for the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) to be held in Cameroun in November this year. Kenya drew 1-1 with Algeria and qualified on the away goal rule since they had drawn 2-2 a few days ago in Algeria.

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INASP/KeMU workshop

The Department of Information Science hosted an INASP/KeMU workshop whose basic objective was to address the pedagogy training needs of the Department’s Master’ program within an e-learning context. The workshop took place in March 15th to 17th and was facilitated by Dr. Mike Calvert of York St. John University, England, and Prof John Kihoro of the Cooperative University College of Kenya (CUCK).

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KeMU students participate in State House Girls' swimming gala

KeMU Nairobi Campus participated in the 2016 State House Swimming Gala at State House Girls on Wednesday 6/4/2016. There was a competition between KeMU students and the State House Girls students. The event's guest of Honor was our Nairobi Campus Principal; Dr. Risper Orero.  Among  those In attendance were the Asst. Dean of students Nairobi Campus, Susan Laimaru, Senior Marketing Officer, Nairobi Campus Moses Maina among others. It is key to note that KeMU has always participated and sponsored this annual event.

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KeMU Rugby team (Pit bulls) reigns Supremacy in the Nationwide League

The KeMU rugby team popularly known as Pit bulls continued with its exemplary performance in the league by maintaining an unbeaten run in the nationwide rugby league. On 12th March the team beat fellow scholars Dedan Kimathi University  by 66-7 at the latter’s backyard. In previous results; KeMU 54-0 MKU, KeMU 32- 0 JKUAT, KeMU 27-10 Kiambu RFC, KMU 32-10 Embu RFC. The winners of the nationwide league will play in the National playoffs and subsequent winner gaining promotion. The KeMU Pit bulls are currently leading the table with 53 points while 2nd on the table is JKUAT with 30 points. For more information read Daily Nation of 19th and 25th January, 9th February and 1st March

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KeMU Launches Community Medical Centre

Kenya Methodist University School of Medicine has launched a medical Centre at the Main Campus in MeruCounty to serve the community.

According to the Dean of School of Medicine Prof. BarasaOtsyula, the opening of the new medical Centre that is equipped with state-of-art equipment to screen for cancer and other diseases, was due to the realisation that a large number of residents had no access to treatment.

The new health facility located in the university's compound will play multiple purposes including providing the rural community with the services they require at very affordable charges and to offer our medical students a chance to practice what they learn.

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Public Lecture - Healthcare and Entrepreneurship

Daniel S. Slipkovich.

Chairman, CEO, & Founder, Capella Healthcare, Franklin TN, USA

Date:  Wednesday, 23 March 2016; 2:00 pm - 4:30pm

Topic: Healthcare and Entrepreneurship

Venue: KT 8th Floor

The Department of Health Systems Management in collaboration with the Health Systems Management Association (HeSMA) are inviting you to a Public Lecture. The Public lecture will be a precursor of a progressive long-term project with Kenyan Health sector players to train and mentor healthcare managers and to create linkages with experienced American Health care executives.

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events
5th Jan
New Students Reporting Date 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
6th Jan
Continuing Students Reporting Date 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
22nd Jan
Open Career Day, KeMU Towers Ground Floor 8:00 am
13th Feb
Nursing Council of Kenya Exam registration Deadline

Ambassador of France to Kenya Public Lecture

French Ambassador Remi Marechaux

Invitation for a public lecture by H.E Ambassador of France to Kenya Mr. Remi Marechaux on Strategic Partnership scheduled for Thursday, 5th November, 2015 at 10.00am at Main Campus, University Chapel . Click here to download the poster


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