MKU TEAM VISITS UNISA

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A team of seven members of staff from Mount Kenya University ( MKU) led by the deputy vice chancellor, academic and research affairs and comprising a board member, the registrar of academic affairs, the director of examinations, the deputy director of the management information systems (MIS), the technical coordinator of the digital varsity as well as the marketing coordinator visited the University of South Africa (UNISA) last month to benchmark on digital varsity. The team learnt that UNISA has set up a very highly efficient process. To attain this, the university has invested heavily in ICT infrastructure. It also promotes accountability, team work and synergy across various academic sections, besides having a well laid feedback mechanism. It is also worth noting that the university has a rich research culture.
To implement some of the strengths learnt from UNISA, the deputy vice chancellor, academic and research affairs has appointed a working committee which will work closely with UNISA, and explore areas of future engagement with the university. MKU’s digital varsity is positioning itself to become the market leader in the region.

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