A national conference bringing together Principals of Catholic High Schools in Kenya has started at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) in Langata.
The 3-day (12th August-14th August, 2014) conference is bringing together over 700 participants from around the country. In addition to the principals, other groups represented at the conference include Diocesan Education Secretaries and Religious Education Advisors.
The Catholic University of Eastern Africa’s School of Graduate Studies was established in October 2013. It serves the Ecclesiastical Faculty of Theology, the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Commerce, Science, Education and Law, the Institutes of Canon Law and Regional Integration and Development, the Centre for social Justice and Ethics, and the School of Professional Development.
The facilities of this place are all good and everything is so digitalized. They are the best”. Those are the comments you could hear from the Principals of Catholic Diocese of Embu when they visited The Catholic University of Eastern Africa on Thursday May 15, 2014. The Principals were given a tour of the University Library. They also visited the University’s Pope Paul VI Auditorium. Mr. Musau the University Events and Projects Coordinator explained to them the various functions
The Catholic University of Eastern Africa held its 29th Graduation ceremony at its Lang’ata Campus on 23rd May 2014. The theme of the graduation was “Education for transformative leadership in Africa”. 597 graduands were bestowed with Doctorate, Graduate, and Undergraduate Degrees in various fields. Diplomas and Certificates in various fields were also awarded.
Orientation of the New Students to Catholic University of Eastern Africa took place from Monday 5th May to 14th May 2014.
The DVC Administration, Rev. Prof. Juvenalis Baitu in his remarks told the students to be purposeful in life by inculcating themselves with the desirable values of life. The values will in return help them achieve transformative leadership.