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Egerton University Lecturers Face The Axe As Management Scraps 5 Degree Courses

Egerton University is set to sack lecturers and scrap five degree courses in efforts to remain financially afloat, Vice-Chancellor Isaac Kibwage has said. The targeted lecturers are those in departments where the degree programmes will be scrapped. “We have so far identified five degree programs which...

200 Egerton Engineering Graduates Forced to Return to School

It is the latest chapter in the accreditation fiasco that started with the board's refusal to accredit engineering graduates from Egerton's 2019 class citing gaps in their curriculum content. They pursued Bachelor of Science in Water and Environmental Engineering (WEEN).

Egerton’s Ksh6B Debt Looms as Kibwage Becomes Vice-Chancellor

The situation has been driven by reforms in the education sector which have since 2016 seen a major drop in students enrolling for the "parallel" self-sponsored degree programmes leaving public and private universities without a lucrative revenue stream.

A Rare Opportunity to Win Ksh 5 Million Lands on Kenyan Campus Students

Students from five Kenyan Universities have an opportunity to win Ksh 5 million at a global annual competition.

Only 5 Kenyan universities in world’s top 2,500

Egerton join's world's elite as Kenyan universities ratings drop

Egerton roots for technology to end maize shortage

Findings indicate that adoption of improved seed is positive and highly correlated with adoption of improved fertilizer thus high yields