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Zetech to participate in Kenya Universities Exhibition

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  • February 15, 2017

Preparations are in high gear as Zetech University gets ready for the upcoming 15th exhibition by Kenyan universities set to take place between February 28th and March 2nd2017.

The annual three day event which is organised by the Commission for University Education will be held at the Catholic University grounds in Nairobi and will run on the theme; positioning universities for innovation, entrepreneurship and technology transfer in the digital era.

Speaking on preparations the university is making for the event, Varsity VC Prof. Edwin Wamukoya noted that this year the university plans to focus on showcasing various research and innovation projects as well as provide the ultimate experiential setting for various academic programmes on offer.

“For the last two years, our exhibition stands have attracted hundreds of guests because of our unique approach where we take our guests through an engaging and visual display for all our faculties and departments. This year we’ll take it a notch higher and highlight the various society driven technology innovations we’ve made in the last few months”, said an exultant Prof. Wamukoya.

Guests visiting Zetech University area will interact with staff and students from Business and IT faculties as well as Engineering, Media, Education and Hospitality departments. Students will also be taken through various financing opportunities available to them including scholarships, loans and bursaries application.

This year’s exhibition programme will include a stakeholder’s discourse forum, exhibition by participating corporate organisations, and display by universities on various research and innovation projects as well as presentation on individual university academic programmes.

The opening ceremony will be presided by the event chief guest, Education Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matia’ngi and will be open from 9.00am – 6.00pm daily.



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