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YearTitle of ThesisAuthor
2013 An evaluation of the role of agency banking in the performance of commercial banks in Kenya Mwangi, Ruth Wangari
2013 Barriers to effective implementation of quality management in local authorities in Kenya: A case study of Kangundo town council Mutua, Stephen Nzuki
2013 Factors influencing the effective performance of community -based projects in Kenya: A case of Thika District Kyongo, Dinah Mumbua
2013 An investigation into the effect of conventional financial record-keeping on the financial performance of Micro and small enterprises : a case of MSEs in Nkubu, Imenti South District Kaburu, Makena
2013 An investigation into factors leading to rights issue as a mode of corporate finance in Kenya Sang, David Hussein K.
2013 To investigate the influence of corporate social responsibility reporting on the financial performance of used companies at the Nairobi Securities Exchange Rutto, Margaret Chebet
2013 Effects of credit policy on performance of saving and Credit-society in Kenya. A-survey of metropolitan teachers Society and Githunguri dairy farmers society in Kiambu District Njunge, Pauline Wambui
2013 Factors affecting demutualization strategy of the Nairobi Securities Exchange Gakonde, Kamiri Michael
2013 Challenges faced by small and medium garment enterprises in financing business operations within Umoja Embakasi constituency Gichuki, Veronicah Wanjiku
2013 Determinants of equity prices after initial public offer (IPO) of quoted companies in Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) Kithinji, Aileen M.
2013 An analysis of foreign exchange risk management performance techniques used by airline companies in Kenya Kidong'oi, Joel Meitekini
2013 An investigation of the factors influencing the choice of Health Care Financing by Informal Sector Entrepreneurs in Nakuru Town Maubi, Collina Ongeri

 

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POSTGRADUATE SEMINAR
Date: Thursday 11th July 2019
Venue: Alumni Building Hall 1
Time : 8:00 A.M to 5:00 P.M

 

 

mba2MBA PROPOSAL DEFENSE FEBRUARY 2019

This is to inform all postgraduate students in MBA programme that the proposal defense meeting for the period ending June 2019 will be as follows:

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     DAY

     DATE

   VENUE

TIME

1.

Wednesday

6th March 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

2.

Tuesday

19th March 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

3.

Thursday

25th April 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

4.

Wednesday

22nd May 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

5.

Thursday

27th June 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

This defense is for students who have successfully completed their coursework and have registered for the Research Project. The qualified students should submit six spiral bound copies of their Research Proposals duly signed by themselves and supervisor(s) to the Doctoral and MBA Coordination office a week before the scheduled date. All postgraduate students are also invited to attend the defense meeting.

Please arrange to attend and be punctual.

Thank you.     

SAMUEL MAINA (PhD)

COORDINATOR, DOCTORAL & MBA PROGRAMMES

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dean Linkages and Collaboration - School of Business

In an effort to enhance international linkages, the School of Business is a member of Association of African Business Schools (AABS), an association that brings together business Schools in Africa on a common platform to share best practices in training Business students.  The focus is training for the industry.  AABS conference was organized and held on May 2018 in Tanzania, Dar e salaam School of Business, where the Dean Dr. Paul K. Sang represented the School of Business, Kenyatta University. The event provided an opportunity for networking as well as input on management education trends across Africa and internationally, with the focus of improving the quality of management education in Africa. The participation of the School of Business Kenyatta University enables the School to contribute towards economic growth and development in the continent through our Programmes.

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Kenyatta University school of business offers a wide variety of expatriate which gives the learners a competitive edge in the market. The teaching and support staff of school of business Kenyatta university is highly efficient and effective in their service administration

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Bcom (Marketing) Alumni


The school of business, one of the largest school in the university enables one to interact with different personalities,races and minds at the same time.I have had numerous experiences ,exposure ,new skill knowledge and professional training, not forgetting leadership development in this school.

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Koforidua Technical University and Kenyatta University School of Business MoU - 2018

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The Dean School of Business Kenyatta University Dr. Paul Sang with the Ag. Pro Vice Chancellor Rev. (Dr.) Nicholas Appreh Siaw Koforidua Technical University (KTU), the Dean School Of Business Dr. Regina Bekoa, Dean School of Hospitality and Tourism, Dr. Boatweng, Director International Linkages Dr. Samuel Addae all of Koforidua Technical University during teaching at Koforidua Technical University, Ghana in June 2018. This is following a Memorandum of understanding between the two institutions to assist Koforidua Technical University in building capacity for their teaching staff, especially teaching and supervision of students taking PhD in Business.

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