University of Kabianga is today holding it's first virtual graduation following the outbreak of the dreaded coronavirus disease. Nearly three thousand graduands are expected to graduate. Due to the strict Covid-19 protocols, no students(graduands, continuing and new) are allowed to access the Institution's Graduation Square.
New and continuing students are required to follow the live proceedings from their homes or hail of residence. Resident students are encouraged to follow from their hostels. The Graduation ceremony that is currently being aired live on KTN News is also available in all the Institution's social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube pages.
With May intake underway, University of Kabianga boasts of a broad category of courses offered. Ranging from Engineering to Business Education, the leading Tertiary Institution in Kericho County has seen thousands of students get enrolled in the past few years. Through competent education provided in the University, several graduates have landed exquisite job employments.
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