New Undergraduate Students
A total of over 3000 first year students drawn from the 2008 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) batch of candidates are by the end of the week expected to register for various undergraduate studies at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), making JKUAT traditionally the first public university to receive its first year students from the 2008 KCSE under the Joint Admissions Board arrangement. As earlier as 5am Monday, May 3, 2010, a number of “freshers” had started to stream into the JKUAT Juja campus for registration.We welcome them to the JKUAT community.
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I will not be left behind in welcoming them. @calvin very true 🙂
JKUAT has a reputation at the Job market, maintain the standards by being the very best, major companies draw their workforce from JKUAT..
Welcome home..been there seen all that……
Welcome to JKUAT dear first years. I was there until an year ago and I had an amazing experience. Do not forget the reason that has made you join the campus.
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