Kenya continues to be rated among the best-performing sub-Saharan economies despite hitches such as the government’s  poor performance  in keeping prices stable, creating jobs, and managing the economy.

According to a  recent Afrobarometer Dispatch, Economic paradox in Kenya: More favourable perceptions amidst economic insecurity,” the  impressive performance is attributed to lower oil prices, improved tea and horticulture exports, infrastructural growth, and increased remittance inflows.



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On 7thNovember 2017 the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi chaired the School of Business meeting held in education building conference hall. This was part of the vice chancellor visit to Colleges and Schools. The School of Business celebrated the success of the programs.

Principal CHSS, Prof.Njeru



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The School of   Business on Thursday 19th October 2017 Launched Executive Development Programmes

The executive development programmes of the School of Business, University of Nairobi are short, intense courses designed to impart and boost specific leadership and managerial skills. These programmes are aligned to the specific organizational requirements and aim at addressing the challenges associated with a complex global environment.



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The Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Nairobi is calling for applicants for the ERASMUS + PROGRAMME MOBILITY GRANTS for students in the department. Attached is further information on the call, as well the application form.

The duly completed application form with all the required documents should be returned to Dr.Parita Shah by 30th of October 2017 on email: parita@uonbi.ac.ke and must cc to suryasuru@yahoo.co.uk



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The School of Economics held a Board of Examiners meeting on Tuesday 18th October, 2017 at 2. 00 P. M in the Directors office for Mr. Dunstone Wafula Ulwodi PHD thesis titled “Financial Inclusion and Welfare:  Evidence from the Global Findex and Fiancial Access Surveys” which was a success.



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