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iHub By Leo Mutuku / March 15, 2013

New MSc Courses at University of Nairobi | School of Computing and Informatics

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University of Nairobi’s School of Computing and Informatics invites qualified people to apply for their new and exciting Masters Courses commencing on 27th of May, 2013.

All Courses are Module II (parallel/non-government sponsored) and include MSc. Applied Computing, Msc. Computational Intelligence, Msc. Distributed Computing Technology and MSc. IT Management.

The courses will be taught in the evenings, Mondays to Fridays between 5.30pm – 8.30pm

If interested, submit a completed application form together with copies of certificates, transcripts, CV, and application fees receipt on or before 28th March 2013, to the office of Director, School of Computing and Informatics, Chiromo Campus.

You can find more information in their brochure and advertisement

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Author : Leo Mutuku

Leo leads the data science lab at iHub Research. She conducts research on open data, data science and visualisation, design research methods, market and investment research.

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  • Paul at 17:30:33PM Tuesday, August 13, 2013

    Hi I am Paul Ndungu. I hold a (BIT) Bachelors degree in IT (Hons). I’ve been waiting earnestly for this opportune time for a long long time!

    Revising courses at the school of informatics and Computing at UON is the best reward and wisest decision the university has given to some of us who aspire to pursue Masters degree in the line of ICT. Congrats.

    One question; is the university admitting in this September, if not when is the next intake in this school?


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