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TH Köln delegation visits Moi University

Moi University received a delegation from the Technische Hochschule Köln University of Applied Sciences (TH Köln) Germany, on Monday February 19, 2018 at the main campus. The delegation was led by Prof. Dr. Sylvia Heuchemer (Vice President, Academic Affairs), Prof. Dr. Johannes Hamhaber, Gunther Straub, Prof. Dr. Martin Bonnet, Susanne Glaeser, Prof. Dr. Alexander Fekete, Prof. Dr. Beate Rhein, Prof. Dr. Rudolf Hoscheid and Christina Brey.

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The visitors were received by Moi University Acting Vice Chancellor Prof. Laban Ayiro. They held discussions with Dr. Charles Lagat (Director International Programmes, Linkages and Alumni), Prof. C. J. Odhiambo (Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies), Prof. Simiyu Sitati (Dean, School of Engineering), Dr. Mathew Kosgei (Associate Dean, School of Biological and Physical Sciences), Prof. John Changach (Dean, School of Education) and Mr. Solomon Mutai (Deputy Librarian).

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The purpose of the visit was a fact-finding mission to Kenya as part of a project on “Learning by Co-Design – Teaching is Research” which is funded by DAAD program – “Network development and qualification measures based on the model of the German universities of applied sciences in Kenya 2017-2019.”

TH Köln University is looking forward to strengthen and extend their ties with Kenyan universities and build strong partnerships in both teaching and research.  Due to its history, academic profile and role in the Kenyan higher education landscape, Moi University was considered as an important destination for the delegation.

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It was agreed that representatives from Moi University and TH Köln University will develop an institutional Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) focusing on teaching, research and capacity building initially focusing on the field of engineering, manufacturing and commerce. The visitors also toured the main campus and held discussions with Heads of Departments in the School of Engineering to identify areas of common interest.

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