IU Offers Digital Teaching Technology for Teachers

ICT Based Teaching and Information Management (IBTM) is a professional course to train teachers on how to use ICT in preparation and delivering their content.

This particular syllabus integrates ICT in the teaching curricula at each level of education. The course is meant to assist teachers to embrace technology in their teaching career .

Learning Digital Animation Technology

Technology has rapidly changed over a couple of decades ago with the introduction of new innovations. Digital animation is one such area that has seen transformation in the technology world. This particular industry has become huge both locally and internationally as more advanced platforms continue to be introduced.

Students Activity Day Launched

The Inoorero University students’ activity day was officially launched on 22nd February 2012. This is an initiative of Inoorero University Student Association (IUSA) leadership to set aside Wednesday afternoon as an official day for students to engage in activities away from their everyday academic work.

IU Embraces Technology to Provide Higher Learning Online

Inoorero University, the Enterprise University has joined the league of higher learning institutions worldwide to provide distance and e-learning. Through its virtual IU has provided the society a much easier way to access learning material on an online platform. The Distance and E-learning seeks to increase and open learning opportunities by offering alternatives to formal and conventional education. Distance learning offers flexibility, convenience and affordable way of choosing to learn and achieve your career goals.

IU Google Ambassadors Speak

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A year has quickly flown by and the term of the first two Inoorero University Google Student Ambassadors draws to anear end.

Catherine Kiama a law student and James Losikany an ICT student have been active Googlers on campus since August 2011.

Freshers Welcomed at IU

A total of 331 students were admitted to Inoorero University to pursue various courses in Certificate, Diploma and Degree programmes for the 2012 academic year. The University management and faculty welcomed the new students commonly referred to as “freshers” to the institution and advised them to have an objective in order to be useful members of the society.

The Dean ICT Prof. Tom Wamalwa said the students need to have an objective in order to be useful members of the society and went on to challenge them to come up with ideas to solve problems, think, challenge and create.

RCED Orients Second Cohorts

Inoorero University’s Regional Centre for Enterprise Development (RCED) has been conducting
a programme to change the mindset of mentors in Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
(MSME). The Centre held its second cohort orientation for the Business Mentorship Program.

The pioneer mentorship class graduated at the end of last year (2011) majority of whom
appreciate the training they underwent having realized the disconnect that existed without a

Catherine Waweru an Advertiser who attended the mentorship training shared her success story

Giving Back to the Society


Corporate citizenship is vital for any organization. In an effort to support the community in which we live in, Inoorero University students went out of their way to support a worthy course. On Saturday, February 18, 2012 the students travelled to the remote village of Ndenderu to the Streetnizers Ministry home to about 50 former street children.

Digitizing Education key for Vision 2030

Technology continues to play a key role in the education sector and Inoorero University a key player in providing higher education has been on the forefront to embrace this advancement. On Tuesday, February 21, 2012, IU signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Wisemen Trainers and Consultants Limited to offer courses in ICT Based Teaching and Information Management (IBTM).

Success for Kenyan Law Students


We are delighted that two University of London Laws students in Kenya are excelling in prestigious international Mooting Competitions. Catherine Kiama and Lilian Nyaga of Inoorero University in Nairobi were placed in the top ten English speaking universities in the African Human Rights Moot Competition which took place in South Africa. This Competition has become the largest annual gathering on the continent of students and lecturers of law. Established in 1992, 975 teams from 129 universities,

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