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Japanese companies (Multinationals) are in search of talents from Kenya


The Japanese companies (Multinationals) are in search of talents from Kenya in areas of Engineering and Computer Sciences.

If you, your son/daughter or brother/ sister from any Kenyan Universities and is interested to work and study in Japan, please apply here.

3 PhDs among among 290 physical science graduates

During the 61st graduation ceremony of the University of Nairobi, the School of Physical Sciences graduated a total of 290 students out of the 4,107 graduates. The school  graduated  3 PhD students, 19 Masters students and 268 undergraduate students all drawn from the departments that constitute the school as follows:-

1 PhD student from Chemistry, Fozia Ali Adem

Department of Physics New Chairman

Meet, Prof. Francis Nyongesa, he is the new  Chair Department of Physics. Prof Nyongesa, an associate professor in Physics takes over from Prof. Mwabora who has been the Department's chairman for the last six years (2013-2019).

Prof. Nyongesa took office on Monday 4th November 2019. He is a material scientist with research interest in Functional Materials for Energy Efficiency Sytems (Dye Sensitized Solar Cells) and Water Purification Systems.

Prof. Nyongesa attained his PhD in Physics 2000.