MKU benefits from German Entrepreneurial Project
Mount Kenya University and Kenyatta University will benefit from a German sponsored entrepreneurial programme to the tune of Ksh. 80 Million.
The two universities on Tuesday (2nd Oct. 2018) signed a memorandum of understanding with Germany-Africa Entrepreneurship Project (GAEP) which will run for three years programme starting May next year, aimed at equipping students with entrepreneurial skills.
The collaboration from entrepreneurial Universities was signed by Vice Chancellors Prof. Paul Wainaina (KU) and Prof. Stanley Waudo (MKU) on behalf of the Universities and Christine Freitag who is the GAEP Project Manager
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Bode from GAEP conducting training at MKU at the leadership & strategy development workshop