TU-K Shines Again at the 13th Universities Exhibition

Technical University of Kenya was among the sixty four universities that took part in the just concluded Universities exhibition held at Machakos County.

TU-K stand was a one stop shop for prospective students to learn about academic programmes offered by the university. The university staff from different Faculties interacted with students persuading them to consider joining TU-K.

Members of the public and the corporate world were eager to partner with the institution. The academic staff led by all the DVC’s and Executive Deans were available to respond to questions and issue Information, Education and Communication materials in form of prospectus, brochures, newsletters, CDs and folders. They gave an in-depth explanation of what each programme in the faculty entailed.

The Chief Guest, the Minister for Tourism, Sports and Culture of Machakos County Ms. Faith Wathome Kithu said that she was impressed by the innovation by TU-K students and hoped that such innovations will be scaled up and commercialised in order to contribute to the growth of the Country.


    Commission for University Education Secretary Prof. David Some, signing the visitor’s book when he toured TU-K stand. Looking on is Vice-Chancellor Prof. Francis Aduol ( in Maasai attire) and other university staff.  Prof. Some had an interactive session with  staff and students.

The Vice-Chancellor Prof. Francis Aduol was at the event on Friday and expressed his admiration for the TU-K stand.

    Executive Dean Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology (FEST) Prof. Alex Muumbo explaining a point to the Chief Guest, Minister for Tourism Sports and Culture Machakos County Ms. Faith Wathome Kithu who toured our stand.  The Chief guest further listened to a health talk from Dr. Alice Ojwan’g

The Exhibition whose theme was, “Celebrating Expansion of University Education through Diversity and Integration,” was organized by the Commission for Universities Education (CUE) and all public and private universities took part. It came to an end on Saturday 21st, 2015. The Commission initiated the concept of organizing annual exhibitions to market Kenyan Universities and their academic programmes to the public.


Mr.  George Ndengera, Senior Assistant Registrar, Admissions and Mr. David Ondijo, lecturer School of Biological and Life Sciences  (SBLS) talking to students on programmes offered at TU-K