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The Faculty of Education today hosted students from Linkoping University in Sweden. The University has had a running collaboration with the faculty that includes student mentorship and exchange programmes. The team included 18 students who are taking on various educational courses at the University. The session included a Q and A session where students from Linkoping University asked about the campus and the state of education in Kenya in general. Some of the students will be spend a semester at UoN as part of the exchange programme.
The Faculty of Education organized a Guidance and Counselling session for students at the MPH Lecture Hall on 12th January, 2022 from 10.30a.m. The session was designed to facilitate student’s achievement, improve student behaviour and attendance, and help students develop socially. Guidance and Counselling supports students who are experiencing personal or academic challenges and helps them to choose careers and plan for the future.
The Principal Secretary, State Department for University Education and Research, Amb. Simon Nabukwesi has committed to support and upscale the activities Trainers for Teacher Education and Management (TOTEMK). He was speaking during the closing ceremony of the TOTEMK workshop held at the University of Nairobi on Wednesday 10th November 2021. In his remarks, Amb.