Workshop Creates Awareness on UNESCO Chair on Bioethics' Role in Guiding Research Ethics and Regulatory Compliance in Kenya
Egerton University and Nakuru Government Join Forces to Develop Lord Egerton Agri-city Industrial Park.
The global interdisciplinary platform for students and early-career professionals, THE FALLING WALLS LAB, is coming to Nairobi Once Again.
Study on Togotia Leaves Shows Drought Tolerant and Disease Resistant Crop Variety to Boost Food Security in Kenya.
Entrepreneurship Business readiness training of trainer’s course with the support of TAGDev program takes place at CMRT, Egerton University.
Egerton University Faculty Awarded the 'Transforming Institutions Strategic Funding' by the Alliance for African Partnership (AAP)
Innovation Ecosystem drivers and challenges at higher education institutions discussed at Egerton University Research Division in collaboration with UON
A MENTORSHIP REPORT BY GULI AND PDO-KENYA HELD ON 19TH FEBRUARY, 2023 AT ST. CLAIRE GIRLS SECONDARY SCHOOL
Fact sheet as at 1st March 2023
Egerton University a public university chartered in 1987 and re-chartered in 2012.
- Main Campus in Njoro
- Nakuru City Campus College
Chancellor: Dr Narendra Raval (Guru) – EBS Chancellor’s webpage
Chairman of Council: Amb. Dr Luka Hukka Wario University Council Webpage
Vice Chancellor: Prof. Isaac O. Kibwage Vice Chancellor’s Webpage
Number of Programmes:
- Undergraduates Programmes: 57
- Masters Programmes: 69
- Doctorate Programmes: 51
2022/2023 Enrolment: 17,077 undergraduate and 3,465 postgraduate students in session
Total first-year enrolment: 5,300 students
International students: 143 students from 25 countries
- 30 Undergraduates, 86 Masters, 27 Doctorates
Alumni: 85,000 + Alumni’s website
Webometric Rankings of World Universities: #3 in Kenya