News & Events

We have noted considerable challenges with Registration due to wrong cohort groups as Units have been availed on cohort basis.

The issue is being resolved with an alternative strategy that will require absolute care by the students in the selection of units and need for consultation with Heads of Departments.

As per policy, students with balances in their accounts would require to remedy such before being allowed access by the system. Financial issues must be sorted out at the credit control.

Wishing you the best.

DVC Academic Affairs


The University recognizes that Academic Year constitutes two (2) Semesters of 4 months’ duration each. This is consistent with programme duration as per the CUE University Standard and Guidelines. Total units done shall range from 12 to 16 in an Academic Year.

GSS and all Law Students shall be expected to mandatorily take a break (long holiday) after two semesters and resume back thereafter.

After consultation with Deans’ Committee, GSS from the following Faculties who had been enrolled in May 2017 & May 2018, will be in session: -

  1. Faculty of Science
  2. Faculty of Education
  3. School of Business
  4. Centre for Social Justice and Ethics

and will proceed for long break during the May-July 2019 session.

The following under GSS sponsorship will proceed for long break in January – April 2019 session: -

  1. Faculty of Law (note: All May Intake including Self Sponsored Students)
  2. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

and resume on 5th May 2019.

Self-sponsored students are not inhibited from continued studies, subject to availability of units desired. GSS students wishing to continue without break shall be expected to register and pay as self-sponsored.

This notice supersedes that of 10th January 2019 and arrangements in Gaba Campus remain unchanged.



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The CUEA Family is saddened to announce the demise of Tracy Wambui Mungai who succumbed to injuries on Monday afternoon, December 17, 2018. Miss Tracy was a fourth year student at our Faculty of Law.

Tracy was admitted at Nairobi Hospital ICU last Wednesday 12th Dec after a fatal accident along Mbagathi Way which claimed the life of Glory Kinariki Msuya on the spot. Glory's burial is on Tuesday, December 18.

Godsave Naibaraki Megiroo also our student who was in the same accident, is still recuperating at Kenyatta National Hospital.

Our heartfelt condolences to the the family and friends of Tracy.

We also continue to wish Godsave a quick recovery.

Rest in Eternal Peace Tracy!

Happy New Year!
To all October 2018 graduates. Please note that your graduation certificates are ready for collection effective Monday Jan 7, 2019.
We apologize for the delay occasioned by a change to new generation certificates.

Examinations for the following units have been cancelled and are to be re-taken:

1. CLS 300            - Law of International Institutions

2. CLS 301A          - Jurisprudence

3. CLS 303/321      - East African Community Law

4. CLS 413             - Rights of the Child

5. CLS 415             - Commercial Accounts

6. CLS 418             - Trust and Trust Account Law

7. CLS 421             - Procurement Law of East Africa

The retake is planned to be held from Saturday, December 15 to Tuesday, December 18 2018 as per the  timetable below (venues to be indicated later):

Sat 15th Dec             10 am -12 pm:   CLS 300   + CLS 415

                                2 pm - 4 pm:   CLS 301A  + CLS 418

Mon 17th Dec            9 am - 11 am:   CLS 303

                               4 pm - 6 pm:   CLS 421

Tue  18th Dec.           8 am - 10 am:   CLS 413

Students who are unable to do the retake at scheduled times should indicate by writing for option of SPECIAL when the Units are next offered.

Rescheduled: The examination for CLS 310 (Extractive Resources Law) is rescheduled for Sat 18 Jan 2019 (0900-1100), while make-up classes of the same will be held from the 7th of January 2019 to 15th January 2019.

REMINDER: Students are reminded of the core values of the institution and the consequences of misconduct including examination malpractices.




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