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KNQA officials inspect MKU

Mount Kenya University is hosting inspectors from Kenya National Qualification Authority (KNQA) who are currently inspecting the University with an aim of accrediting MKU as a Qualification Awarding Institution (QAI).

The opening ceremony was attended by KNQA Director General Dr. Juma Mukhwana   who was escorted by other representatives. Prof. Stanley Waudo, MKU Vice-Chancellor welcomed the team and echoed that the University management was ready and willing to cooperate with KNQA during their 5 day inspection period.

The KNQA is mandated by the government to coordinate and harmonize education, training, assessment and quality assurance of all qualifications awarded in the country; with the view to improving quality and international comparability.

KNQA official handover branded material to Prof. Waudo, MKU Vice-Chancellor during inspection briefing meeting at MKU Senate BoardroomKNQA official handover branded material to Prof. Waudo, MKU Vice-Chancellor during inspection briefing meeting at MKU Senate Boardroom

MKU Programmes are already accredited by Commission for University Education and other respective programme regulating bodies and councils.

After a successful inspection MKU programs qualifications will registered by KNQA . The KNQF is part of Kenya’s international commitments to develop an accurate, reliable and robust database of all qualifications in the country.

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