The commission for University education has approved the degree in law to be offered at Chuka University
The university’s continued investment in infrastructure has created more room for students and for that the CUE has pledged more students to the university
The commission for University education is set to allocate more students from the government to Chuka University because of increased student capacity that has been driven by an ambitious infrastructural development within the University.
Speaking during a tour of the facility, the chief executive officer of the commission for University education (CUE) Mwenda Ntaragwi launded the phenomenal development that has been going on at the university that has improved the status of Chuka as an education and research hub.
At the same time, the CUE lauded the university after the approval to offer Law degree went through.
The CUE CEO was on a tour of the University in Chuka town as a follow-up to the government delegations that have been touring the education hub.
Chuka University has recently been receiving several senior heads of government who have all been amazed at the transformations that have been taking place within the institution.
The promise for more students for the University will come as a major opportunity for the business community around the university as demand for accommodation, food, and other goods and services is expected to improve the business environment around the university and adjacent towns.
The introduction of law courses at the university is meant to boost the image of the university locally and internationally as a center of excellence as well as offer local and international students with an interest in law a serene learning environment.