Graduates excited during the 57th University of Nairobi graduation  ceremony held on September 22, 2017

Graduates of the 57th graduation have been challenged to be ambassadors better than their forbearers in generating modern ideas that solve contemporary challenges as they shape development with transformative leadership.

 While equating a victor to one who is in an arena, the chancellor urged the graduates to strive valiantly, have a worthy cause; despite errors and shortcomings, they should envision the end result of triumph after high achievement and even though one fails, one ought to fail while daring greatly.

 The 57th graduation ceremony at the University of Nairobi (UoN) marks once again the struggle, yet the triumph of the graduates’ celebration where 3,700 degrees and diplomas have been conferred. Out of CBPS 613 graduates; 6 Diplomas, 564 Bachelor Degrees, 33 Masters and 10 PhD graduates were conferred.

In total, 48 PhDs, 356 Masters Degree, 13 Postgraduate diplomas, 2,609 Bachelor Degrees and 674 Diplomas were conferred.



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School of Mathematics student (right) and a graduate of the first cohort of Ready to Work, an online training enhancing students skills on entrepreneurship, money, people and work skills receives Certificate of Participation from Prof. Bernard Aduda, Principal College of Biological and Physical Science, as Ms. Antoninah Moturi, from Barclays looks on. 

The first cohort of 150 students who have undergone Ready to Work skills, an online course training students on work, people, money and entrepreneurial skills have graduated today in a ceremony held at the College of Biological and Physical Sciences on September 12, 2017.

Ready to Work Skills is a partnership project with Barclays Bank and University of Nairobi’s Computing for Development Lab (C4DLab) that aims to prepare students and graduates for skills required at work.



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