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Application for Graduation/Intention to Graduate

All students who intend to graduate in October, please note the following:

  1. Print your NAMES (in upper case) in the order you prefer them to appear on your Degree/Diploma Certificate and Academic Transcript in the “CUEA October 2018 Graduation Application Register” at the Registrar’s Office (Registry Counters) before 31/07/2018 [Please do not insert new names other than those used for admission).
  2. Collect Clearance Form from the Registrar’s Office from 24th April 2018. [N.B: Students who download the form from the website should ensure that they have officially applied for graduation/intention to graduate by filling in the “CUEA October 2018 Graduation Application Register” at Registry Office.]
  3. Submit duly signed Clearance Form and University ID to the Registrar’s Office by 15/09/2018. On completing the form, you are required to sign in the Clearance Register indicating the date of submission and be issued with a Clearance Letter signed by the Registrar.
  4. All graduands with incomplete cases, e.g. marks for Research Project, Judicial Attachment, Teaching Practice and any other unit, must have sorted them out by 15/08/2018. Any mark after this date will be considered for the next graduation.
  5. Fulfill your programme’s academic and financial requirements before 30/09/2018 as a prerequisite for approval for graduation.
  6. Upon approval by the University Senate, all graduands will be issued with graduation invitation letters.
  7. The Graduation Ceremony will be held on Friday, 26th October 2018, starting at 9:00 am.


Only those finalists who fulfil the above requirements will be presented for graduation.

Dr. Titus N. Mwanthi
Academic Registrar


Dear Students,

Kindly note that all the faculties will be on session during the May-August 2017/2018 Semester.

Please liaise with your respective HoDs and Deans of Faculty for the units on offer.

Registration will be done from Wednesday 9th May to Friday 18th May 2018. Lectures begin on Monday 14th May 2018.


Applications are invited for MSc and PhD Scholarships by the Mobility for plant genomics scholars to accelerate climate-smart adaptation options and food security in Africa / GENES.

GENES is funded by the Intra-Africa Program of the Education, Audio-visual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Commission. The consortium intends to: 

  1. Produce for Africa 10 world-class PhD holders molecular plant breeders who will accelerate cultivar development to adapt to current and future challenges related to climate change and food and nutrition security;
  2. Train 36 MSc holders genomics scientists and 8 support staff with strong capacity in cultivar development and new molecular breeding approaches to increase knowledge and prospects of improving major crops including cereals, pulses, vegetables, fruits, and bio-fuels used in Africa for food and nutrition security and the crop production industry; etc

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Closing date for submission of applications is 30 May 2018.

Kindly find further details here.

For more information, please contact Dr Celestine Afiukwa This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." target="_blank" rel="noreferrer"> This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,  Head Department of Biotechnology, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria. Contacts of HEIs representative are available on


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The Department of Moral Theology organized a book launch on 23rd/03/2018 in the afternoon at Jubilee Hall Auditorium.

The book titled “ Pope Francis on Good Governance and Accountability in Africa” is published by Pauline Publications Africa 2018 and was edited by Rev. Dr. Elias O. Opongo the Director Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations(HIPSIR), located along Ngong Road in Nairobi Kenya.

The book has ten chapters and brings together articles from different prominent authors who have diverse experience in theology, peace building, ethics, good governance, international relations, accountability, ecology and human rights.

Before the book launch the students of Moral Theology presented a summary of each chapter in the book. An overview of the book by the editor Rev. Dr. Elias Opongo was also highlighted. Equally present was Prof. Macharia Munene who presented insights about Pope Francis. Prof. Macharia spoke of Pope Francis as an outstanding prophet of world peace, religious unity, good governance, and stewardship of creation and a friend of the poor.

After the highlights were presented about the book, there was questions and answer session moderated by Prof. Richard Rwiza. Then the final part was the book launch presided over by a representative of the Daughters of St Paul, the publishers of the book.

Authors of topics present at the Book Launch

Rev. Prof. Richard Rwiza “Care of the Environment in Light of Laudato Si”

Prof. Macharia Munene “Pope Francis “A healthy Realism and Remaking the World”.

Rev. Dr. Elias Opongo “Public Reconciliation and Political Accountability”.

The Department of Moral Theology is under the leadership of Rev. Prof. Richard Rwiza (HOD).


The book launch was attended by a good number of CUEA staff,some priests, religious sisters, and some students from Tangaza University College and Hekima University college.


Seminar: Procurement of Legal Services
Date: 26th to 27th April 2018
Venue: Naivasha


About this Seminar:

Public institutions will always look to external legal service providers to compliment internal legal departments. The procurement of external legal service providers and the remuneration of the service providers thus procured present many challenges even for the most experienced practitioners and managers.

CUEA CPD is pleased to present a first of its kind opportunity for finance managers, procurement managers and heads of legal department and legal practitioners to interact with two professional colleagues of acknowledged pedigree and guest speakers from regulators in a two day intensive course that promises to exhaustively explore and generate helpful approaches and solutions to pertinent issues on the procurement of legal services in public institutions and the remuneration of advocates thus procured.

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