• Kenya Polytechnic University College
    Kenya Polytechnic University College
    Welcome to The Kenya Polytechnic University College - Education and Training for the Real World
  • 4th Graduation Ceremony
    4th Graduation Ceremony
    Some of the degree students during the 4th Graduation Ceremony of The Kenya Polytechnic University College held on Monday 17th Dec, 2012. More than 2,500 candidates were conferred with various degrees and awarded Diplomas and Certificates respectively.
  • 4th Graduation Ceremony
    4th Graduation Ceremony
    The Chancellor’s Procession
  • School of Health Sciences & Technology
    School of Health Sciences & Technology
    A unique combination of programmes that address professional practices in areas of clinical pharmacy, community health, diet therapy, human psychology, food science and technology and research.
  • Library Services
    Library Services
    The College Library exists to support the scholarly life of the college and to secure the kind of reputation that will strengthen
    the Kenya Polytechnic University College’s position as the preferred destination for students, lecturers and researchers.
  • Staff Relations
    Staff Relations
    KPUC Management led by the Principal Prof. Francis Aduol (fifth right) and UNTESU National Secretary- General Dr. Charles G. Mukhwaya (fifth left), pose with UNTESU officials during a group photo after the signing of the recognition agreement.
  • Staff Relations - KPUC Management and KUDHEIHA officials
    Staff Relations - KPUC Management and KUDHEIHA officials
    In what is seen as a move to regulate the relations between the employer and employee, The Kenya Polytechnic University College (KPUC) has signed a recognition agreement with two unions the Universities Non-teaching Staff Union (UNTESU) and the Kenya Union of Domestic, Hotels, Educational Institutions, Hospitals and Allied Workers (KUDHEIHA).
Welcome to The Kenya Polytechnic University College

front-articleTHE FOUNDATIONS: The Kenya Polytechnic University College shares history with the development of the first three higher education institutions in East Africa. In the 1920s there were hightened agitations for the expansion of access to higher education by indigenous leaders in the East African Territories. Concerted efforts in the form of committees, commissions and conferences resulted in positive developments that included the elevation of Makerere Institute of to Makerere University College of the University of London in 1949, proposal to establish the Royal Technical College (RTC) in Nairobi was approved and construction started on 25th January 1952 and establishment of Dar es Salaam University College in 1961.

RTC in Nairobi admitted the first cohort of students pursuing Architecture, Arts, Domestic Science, and Engineering and Science in 1956. Simultaneously, another group of students were registered to the Kenya Technical Institute but admitted (in 1956) within the tuition of RTC in Nairobi. The Government of Kenya immediately initiated the development of the Kenya Technical Institute at its present site within Nairobi CBD in three phases.... READ MORE

 

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