Government sponsored students admitted for May intake
This has been a special week for the Zetech University family having received over 1000 Government-sponsored students reporting for the May 2019 Intake. This year, 1085 students opted for Zetech to pursue degree programmes in IT, Business, Finance, Education, Hospitality Management, International Relations, among other courses.
This comes in the wake of increased focus on university education in the country geared towards enhancing service and streamlining operations. The provision for sponsorship of students to private universities is established in the constitution and provides students with stability and a steady learning environment to ensure they enjoy quality learning and finish their course in time.
Welcoming the students and guardians, the University leadership appreciated their commitment to join Zetech and the sacrifices made to ensure they get to access affordable, quality education in a private University in the country.
The learners were furnished with details on registration, classes, accommodation and a range of extracurricular activities available for them on campus. The admissions team, led by Dr. Alice Njuguna, Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Academics, Research, Extension and Student Affairs, made certain the students enjoyed an easy transition to campus and that all their questions were well answered.
“We are proud to admit our latest cohort of Government-sponsored students, a number that has grown since inception of the initiative in 2016. Our team has ensured we are ready to accommodate them and provide the best service available to ensure they enjoy and greatly benefit from their Zetech experience.” shared Dr. Njuguna.
On the students’ side, Zetech University Students Association (ZUSA) Chairperson Duncan Owino appreciated the students and guardians for choosing to join Zetech. He said, “I wish to tell our new students to feel at home and to assure guardians that their children are in good hands. We are keen on delivering quality service and supporting every student.”
He further stated that the teaching at the University is of the highest quality and the facilities provided effectively support the learning process.