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Kenyan Education Attache at CUT



Kenyan Education Attache at CUT

Kenyan Education Attache at CUT. The Central University of Technology (CUT) recently hosted the Kenyan Education Attaché in a meaningful engagement ahead of the university Heritage Day celebrations. This visit provided an invaluable opportunity for both CUT staff and Kenyan students to interact with representatives from the Kenyan Embassy, fostering closer ties between the two institutions.

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Strengthening Partnerships

During the visit, Acting Vice-Chancellor Prof. Alfred Ngowi emphasized the university commitment to building strong partnerships. “We believe in the value of partnerships. Our Vision 2030 aims to position us as a leading University of technology in Africa, and visibility is crucial to achieving this goal. To reach that goal, we need to engage with all communities and stakeholders, as technology alone cannot take us there,” Prof. Ngowi stated.

Embracing Diversity for Academic Growth

Prof. Percy Sepeng, Director in the Vice-Chancellor’s Office, highlighted the importance of diversity in fostering a dynamic academic environment. “Through intelligent collaborations, we create spaces for growth. Our goal is not only to excel in the SADC region but also to build friendships across Africa. By formalizing partnerships through the CUT Centre for Global Engagement, we aim to learn from pockets of excellence within Africa,” Prof. Sepeng explained.


The visit by the Kenyan Education Attaché signifies CUT’s commitment to internationalization and academic excellence. Such engagements not only enrich the academic experience but also contribute to the university’s vision of becoming a leading technological institution in Africa.

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