POSTGRADUATE PROJECTS/THESIS SUPERVISION
This is to inform all postgraduate students that online supervision by the individual supervisors is continuing and therefore you should contact your supervisor(s) for guidance. Further those who have not been allocated supervisors should forward their concept papers to Doctoral & MBA coordination office email – email@example.com – for processing. Online defenses will be arranged by the respective departments/school for students who have successfully completed their coursework, registered for the research project/thesis and have been cleared by their supervisor(s). The qualified students should submit a soft copy (Pdf format) of their Research Proposals duly signed by themselves and supervisor(s) to the Doctoral and MBA Coordination email. Kindly provide your contacts while submitting your documents
Schedule for MBA Proposal Defence Meetings
This is to inform all postgraduate students in MBA Programme that the proposal meetings for the period beginning Februray 2020 will be as follows:....Click Here to Read More
FOR INFORMATION ON ALLOCATION OF SUPERVISORS CALL 020-8703724.
IBRIC 2019 BOOK OF ABSTRACT
The School of Business holds its first International Business Research & Industrial Conference
The school held it’s the first ever International Business Research and Industrial Conference on 20th and 21st June, 2019 in North Coast Beach Hotel, Mombasa. The conference was organized with great efforts and enthusiasm from a team of experts in business, leadership and management with the support of the Kenyatta University Management and conference sponsors the Kenya Ports Authority, The Kenya Tourism Board and Savannah Cement Ltd. Prior to the main conference....Click Here to Read More
Linkages and Collaboration - School of Business
In an effort to enhance international linkages, the School of Business is a member of Association of African Business Schools (AABS), an association that brings together business Schools in Africa on a common platform to share best practices in training Business students. The focus is training for the industry. AABS conference was organized and held on May 2018 in Tanzania, Dar e salaam School of Business, where the Dean Dr. Paul K. Sang represented the School of Business, Kenyatta University. The event provided an opportunity for networking as well as input on management education trends across Africa and internationally, with the focus of improving the quality of management education in Africa. The participation of the School of Business Kenyatta University enables the School to contribute towards economic growth and development in the continent through our Programmes.
APPROVED CREDIT WAIVERS FOR THE BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (BCOM) PROGRAMME BASED ON THE PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS