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 THE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE AND ADVANCED STUDIES

  • TU-K/IUPAC workshop on chemical risk assessment in 2016
    TU-K/IUPAC workshop on chemical risk assessment in 2016

    TU-K/IUPAC workshop on chemical risk assessment in 2016

  • Space research: influence of gravity on growth and development of plant species
    Space research: influence of gravity on growth and development of plant species

    Space research: influence of gravity on growth and development of plant species

  • Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (HPLC)
    Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (HPLC)

    Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (HPLC)

  • Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (AAS)
    Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (AAS)

    Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (AAS)

  • TU-K / TUM/ HELMHOLTZ  MOU meeting in 2014
    TU-K / TUM/ HELMHOLTZ MOU meeting in 2014

    TU-K / TUM/ HELMHOLTZ  MOU meeting in 2014

The School of Graduate and Advanced Studies (SGAS) is responsible for coordination and management of postgraduate and advanced study programmes within the university.

The School's Vision

The vision of the School is to ensure that high quality postgraduate curricula are developed in various disciplines, in line with the university and Commission for University Education (CUE) policy guidelines and academic standards are maintained in postgraduate teaching and research.


APRIL 2017 TU-K Postgraduate Students:  Recent Publications
TUK offers PhD programmes by research and thesis in all its three Faculties. The programmes are geared towards capacity building for TUK staff and are also open to external applicants from the East African region and beyond.
Recent publications report some of the findings obtained from postgraduate student research.Read More ...

Research Collaboration between DGSE TU-K and the University of California, Global Health Institute

A visit by a Postdoctoral Researcher from the University of California Global Health Institute (UCGHI) GloCal Health Fellowship programme, Dr Amber Roegner, on a postdoctoral fellowship tenable at the Technical University of Kenya under the mentorship of Dr Lewis Sitoki, Chairman, Department of Geosciences and the Environment (DGSE). The researcher will be studying the ‘Role of Cyanobacterial Blooms and Snail Vectors in Schistosomiasis Epidemiology of Fishing Communities at Lake Victoria, Kenya between 2015 and 2016.’ This project is funded to the tune of USD $20,000.

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