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2020/2021 UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI SCHOLARSHIPS

University of Nairobi is offering 137 masters scholarships for the 2020/2021 academic year. The
applications are open only to applicants for the September 2020 intake.
General guidelines to applicants
Eligible applicants must meet the following criteria among other specific criteria by their respective
units.
1) Applicants should have completed and graduated with an undergraduate degree from the University
of Nairobi in the academic year 2018/2019 (except for School of Medicine, School of Dental

COPING WITH UNCERTAINTY IN THE WAKE OF CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

Following the disruptive effects of covid-19 among them social distancing and self- quarantining that are currently dominating our daily lives, it is important that we be keen on our unique mental health needs and those of our loved ones. For instance, it is critical that we acknowledge and purpose to understand our emotions among them anxiety and fear brought about by the current situation of uncertainty that fills the entire world.

School and University Management Position on Continuity of Studies

The School and the University Management has been drawn to
information circulating in the media about stoppage of teaching and
related services by our staff to self-sponsored students.
This is to assure all students and staff that both the School and
University Management is doing everything possible to address this
matter and will ensure continuity of studies and related services.

Prof. Zachary Awino
Ag. DEAN, SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Prof. Stephen Kiama Installed as Vice Chancellor

Prof. Stephen Kiama Gitahi has officially been installed as the 8th Vice Chancellor of the great University of Nairobi.

In a colorful function held at the Taifa Hall in main campus and steamed online to a global audience, Prof. Kiama took oath office with a clear vision of what lay ahead in terms of spearheading the university to global academic and research excellence.

MEET AND GREET MEETING

The Dean School of Business Prof Jackson Maalu had a meeting with the School of Business non-teaching staff.

The issues discussed were:-

1.Customer Care-Service to students at our best

2.Teamwork- support one another

3.Integrity -Be honest in whatever you are doing

4.Welfare of the staff

This was a successful meeting and staff were highly motivated