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Unique to this year’s conference was the inaugural networking sessions that took place...
In professional terms I would say that I am a 4th year student, at Strathmore University...
Gombe’s series of experiences began when he was looking for internship...
Experience over the years has shown that entrepreneurs, require support service...
His fate would then be to stay at home and herd cattle for four years...
I joined Google at 21 through a Strathmore internship...
The spectacular display of musical gifting seemed to carry the day...
Victor was privileged to participate in this competition... he was able to contribute his opinions...
...filled with great knowledge and networking opportunities...
I grew up determined to become a doctor so that I can be of great reach and help to others...
3rd year finance students enjoyed an opportunity of networking with finance industry experts...
John Waweru’s and Melvin Mulanda’s research papers emerged best...
The prisoners thanked us for the support the university has accorded them through the years.
Marketing and Finance students, were delighted to  listen and learn from marketing gurus...
Interventions that work at the bottom of the pyramid was the topic of discussion...
The meeting started at 10:30 with a warm welcome from SMC Manager...
Hosted through the office of the Director of Education Kilifi County...
CHS staff had two days practical sessions where they worked on specific projects using MS Project...
Spanish students Shirley Omondi and Olive Mumbo were the proud winners of a short story writing...
Entrepreneurs, in addition to training, require support services...
Processes and technology alone are not enough to drive an organisation...
My research tackled the establishment of successful derivative markets and products...
UBC is ranked among the top 20 public universities in the world...
The event widely described as the first of its kind Pan-African entrepreneurship competition...
Beryl Walubengo can’t wait to toss high her square academic cap...
In current times when economic patterns are challenging, so are the expectations for project staff...
Being self-driven rewards at the end of the day.
To her excitement, Lois won the best entrepreneur category
Mr. Marshall, outlined the various opportunities CIM graduates are exposed to...
The world of the 21st century is filled with opportunities for those who are prepared...
The experiential tour will include lectures from some of the Professors of the Sauder Business School
The students, I realized, always need mentorship and motivation...
The forum’s sole purpose was to enlighten students while giving them an opportunity to interact...
Hansgrohe, a key global player in the sanitary industry with a worldwide presence...
Being part of Strathmore’s Basketball Team where he plays the center position...
Tucked in the Northeastern part of Switzerland is the picturesque and charming city St. Gallen.
Despite tough competition with sweat and zeal (SMC)...
partnership with Strathmore... is one most impactful international activities...
The two institutions have been running collateral projects recording immense progress...
4th year students toasted to their success at a farewell luncheon...
AFRICA’s TIME; Accelerating SMEs potential was this year’s theme...
The course was a training of trainers for (SEDP) that targets the senior most government officer..
The seminar was organized for parents of students taking the Bachelor of Commerce,...
It a great milestone for Strathmore and ACCA entered into an agreement...
Just a week to being awarded his PhD at the Strathmore University Graduation, Dean Dr. David Wang’ombe...
The star of Strathmore University shone brightly at the 8th Annual London...
Five recruits at GE (formerly General Electric) Africa’s Early Career Development Program (ECDP) graduated from...
The University is proud to host the first Global Social Venture Competition (GSVC) in East African Region.
Mr David Wangombe, the Dean of School of Management and Commerce is the new...
'Parents' magazine staff writer Edna Gicovi interviewed AnnRita Njiru...
The Centre for Tourism and Hospitality (CTH) in the School of Management and Commerce will...
The graduating class of 2010 left a legacy by seizing the Phase III moment...
Mrs Beatrice Dimba, a lecturer in the Faculty of Commerce is the first person to be awarded...

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