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(From left to right):  Australian High Commission’s Ms. Karine Ataya and Ms. Brenda Wabule, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic Affairs, Prof. Henry Mutoro, Director, University Advancement, Mr. Johnson Kinyua and Prof. James Machoki, Director, UNITID, during the meeting.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic Affairs, Prof. Henry Mutoro, apeaking on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor, noted that the University is open to collaboration with other universities around the globe as it contributes considerably to the aspect of internationalization. He said that the University has undertaken to have a quarter of its student population being international students.

The agenda was The University of Nairobi will soon collaborate with leading universities in Australia when a delegation from the Australian High Commission led by Ms. Karine Ataya, Regional Director, Education Services Middle East , Africa and Turkey and Ms. Brenda Wabule, Business Development Manager, East Africa Growth and Emerging Markets paid a courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor on June 7, 2016.

The collaboration with Australian universities will be more on students and staff exchanges, research collaboration and cooperation with industry to solve issues. This high breed system of combining theory and practise will help students gain the much needed experience upon completion of their studies.

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