The School of Humanities and Social Sciences came to being as a result of the restructuring process that transformed it from The Faculty of Arts in 2002.The school is located at the western side of the main campus, opposite the Post Office and is adjacent to The Kenyatta University Conference Centre Annex.
The School is well equipped with qualified academic staff committed to teaching as well as undertaking research and consultancy services. It also has competent and experienced support staff.
Currently, the school hosts ten teaching departments and three institutes each offering an array of courses that are market driven. Over the years the School of Humanities and Social Sciences has expanded and diversified existing programs in departments in a bid to offer more opportunities for relevant academic and professional development , thus remaining socially relevant
The programs designed and developed are based on regional and global demands and challenges. Among the most recently developed programmes include: Bachelor of Public Policy and Administration (BPPA) and Bachelors of Security Management and Police Studies.
We are almost ready to launch our first Smart Villages innovation competition for East African students, and I'm happy to share.Applicants must be "A current student* or recent graduate (within two years) at an East African university or higher learning institution."Tthe competition is currently open for applications until 17th April.
We've designed it so top entries will win a spot in the CDI's summer programme with full travel and accommodation costs paid by Smart Villages, plus the opportunity to win at least $3000 in prize capital.
I would be grateful if you could share this with anyone in your network who might be able to reach students who would like to apply.
I have attached the full call for applications, which has been designed to be shared with students, and full information can be found at the competition website: http://e4sv.org/competitions/challenge/
CALLS FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION: CODESRIA 2017 DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE INSTITUTE: ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE AND AFRICA’S ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION
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