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  • 5th - 8th Dec 2017 - The Technical University of Kenya (TUK) with the support from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH) organized an International Workshop at Kisumu Hotel, Kisumu Kenya

    5th - 8th Dec 2017 - The Technical University of Kenya (TUK) with the support from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH) organized an International Workshop at Kisumu Hotel, Kisumu Kenya . >> More Details

  • 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

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

    TU-K / TUM/ HELMHOLTZ  MOU meeting in 2014

  • Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (HPLC)

    Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (HPLC)

  • Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (AAS)

    Postgraduate research facilities in DCST (AAS)

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.

Latest News


TU-K Awarded Kshs 79 Million by the NRF-Kenya to establish Electron Microscopy Center
The Technical University of Kenya has been awarded Kshs 79,759,620 by the National Research Fund (NRF-Kenya) to establish an Electron Microscopy Center. The award certificate was presented to the University during the NRF Stakeholders workshop on 14 December, 2017 in Nairobi. The Proposal which was authored by Dr. Joab Onyango, Dr. Peter Ndangili, Dr. Austin Aluoch, Dr. Geoffrey Otieno, Dr. Clare Muhanji, Dr. Patrick Shem Musyoki and tirelessly supported by Prof. Joseph Lala, Prof. Florence Oloo and Prof. Jackson Maxwel Odote will establish the center at the Department of Chemical Sciences and Technology (DCST) in School of Physical Sciences and Technology (SPST). Read More...
 
The Technical University of Kenya and Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation International Workshop between 5th-8th December 2017, Kisumu Hotel, Kisumu
The Technical University of Kenya (TUK) with the support from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH) organized an International Workshop at Kisumu Hotel, Kisumu Kenya between 5th and 8th December 2017. The workshop whose theme was “Pollution impacts and restoration programs on Lake Victoria and the Three Gorges Reservoir” Read More...
 
Groundwater Resources Workshop for Makueni County
The workshop titled Groundwater Resources Workshop for Makueni County Directorate of Water Staff was held at Kusyombunguo Hotel in Wote Town, Makueni County on 26/8/2016. It was attended by twenty (20) key players in the water resources sector. The resource persons included Stanley Kibe Ng’ang’a (Ph. D student in Civil Engineering, TU-K), Prof. G. Thumbi and Dr. Okwadha both of  TU-K, Prof. Nyadawa of JOOUST, Dr. Mbindyo and Engineer P. Kibetu   both of JKUAT. Read More ...  
 
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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