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Kenya: The state of Kenyan public universities

Odegle thinks something needs to be done about Kenyan public universities: “What I wonder is, are we as Kenyans losing the meaning of everything? Yes I appreciate the need to have more people go through university. But should it be for its own sake. The simple truth which does not require a commission of inquiry is that the colleges are overcrowded. We either stop further admission or we build more lecture halls, hostels and even play grounds.”

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  • samnan

    The recent conversions of middle level colleges into universities was ill advised.Kenyan universities should respond to market demands and aim to compete globally.It is not enough to be ISO certified.Ask, where I’m I ranked globally.Quality higher education is of esssence.We can’t industrialise without it.

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