The Kenya Methodist University Entrepreneurship Club brings together students with an aim to support and mentor each other and particularly to learn from each other. To create a platform to showcase their businesses and their potential, the club will host an Entrepreneurship Expo 2015 dubbed “ENTREPRENEURS AS CREATORS OF WEALTH” on November 5th and 6th at the KEMU Nairobi Campus, KeMU Towers, Nairobi, from 8am to 8pm each day.
September 9th, 2015
Kenya Methodist University hosted its Inaugural
“INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SECURITY, TERRORISM, CONFLICT AND PEACE”, from 9th - 11th September, 2015, at the Main Campus Chapel, Meru County.
The conference theme was “Multi-agency and Inter-religious Approaches to Security, Terrorism, Conflict and Peace”.
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About the Farmers Day
The Department of Agriculture of Kenya Methodist University is mandated to train transformational leaders who are well grounded in areas of Rural Development, Market Analysis, Agribusiness advisory, Agricultural Economics, Agri-financing and Community Development. To achieve this, the department manages the University Farm which is expected to become model farm used for University demonstrations and training.
Since 2014, KeMU has opened the gates of the KeMU Farm to the farmers in Meru County for an annual event called KeMU Farmers’ Day. Toward this end, KeMU has collaborated with over 100 national and international stakeholders who are key players and development agencies to create a platform to showcase advances in agricultural technologies and market opportunities for farmers in Meru County. The event aims at unleashing the County potential through technology for commercialized farming.
Goals and Objectives of KeMU Farmers Day
Some agricultural challenges that the Farmer day will address include:
The KeMU Nairobi Campus Basketball Team has received a scholarship from the Kenya Zuku Basketball Scholarship Award.
As per the award, the scholarship will go towards a deserving student who will be playing basketball.
The university is proud of the achievement of the Basketball Team and continues to strive towards creating an environment that not...
On Wednesday afternoon, 29th July 2015, KeMU Chapter of AiSEC, hosted the "AiESEC International Cultural Festivals”.
In late June, 2015, five students and one lecturer, from the Department of Communication and Journalism (Faculty of Education, Arts and Sciences) at Kenya Methodist University, visited Rwanda as part of the prize for winning the First African Edition of Top Story Investigative University Challenge 2014 competition which was held between 16th – 18th October, 2014 in Nakuru, Kenya. Thirteen private and public universities participated in the competition that was organized by AfricaonAir, a Nairobi based Media Consultancy firm.
Kenya Methodist University was visited by Dr. Burmi Olayisade, who is the Partnership Co-ordinator for Africa at the World Church Relationships Office (WCR) of the Methodist Church of Great Britain. The visit was to discuss the opportunity for the transfer of 38, 000 theological books to KeMU from the recently closed Wesley College in Bristol, UK.
Due to the arrival of the President of United States (PoTUS), Mr. Barack Obama, Nairobi Campus shall remain closed from Friday 24th July to Sunday 26th July, 2015.
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