Year V MBChB Term I rotation commenced on 4th January, 2021 and ended on 19th March, 2021 with examinations.
Fieldwork exercise began on 8th February, 2021 and ended on 19th March, 2021 with submission of Health Centre reports.
The exercise was undertaken in the following Health Centers in Kiambu County: Ndeiya Health Centre, Gikambura Health Centre, Lusigetti Health Centre, Wangige Health Centre and Kihara Health Centre.
The University of Nairobi will offer a limited number of scholarships tenable at the University of Nairobi for Graduate Programmes during the 2020/2021 academic year.
Application for scholarship has been extended, and interested candidates are invited to apply/re-apply for the scholarship on or before Friday 18, September 2020. Those who received scholarships last year should apply for renewal of scholarship and attach a transcript.
Video Links are here to increase your engagement with the college of Health Sciences and the University at large. There are many wonderful university of Nairobi YouTube videos online expressing Research, Welcome messages, Communication from management, Media talks, conferences among others.
Link to the College of Health Sciences (CHS) First Years Orientation
The Academic Year 2020/2021 will commence on Monday 31 August 2020 and the first thing you need is your letter of Admission. If you do not have your letter of admission, please write an email to email@example.com with details of your name, programme to which you have been admitted to and KCSE Index Number..
Orientation, registration, classes and examination will all be exclusively be conducted online via various virtual platforms.
Practice your case solving skills and abilities while being challenged by a panel of experts.
Registration Deadline: 24th August 2020 (11.59pm EAT)
Researchers working across the wide range of One Health issues have been awarded fellowship funds to allow them to progress their research.
Five fellowships, in total worth £50,000, have been awarded to support research into zoonotic disease, maternal health, sustainable food production and biodiversity.