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The Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) aims to facilitate education, training and research in science, engineering and technology and create an enabling environment for research innovations which are relevant to national socio-economic development. The Universities research agenda is intended to build capabilities and competencies which will contribute and support the interface of Science, Engineering & Technology and Sustainable development. The TU-K has established a platform for research integration into academia which is geared towards developing innovative solutions in science, engineering, technology, entrepreneurship, industry, and, in policy and decision-making.


The development of applied research at TU-K is guided by the national priorities in research and development and the principles articulated in the Kenya Sector Plan for Science and Technology.  The TU-K encourages both basic research and applied research and promotes University and industry collaborations which will result in outcomes that benefit mankind.

Participants at the 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference held at the Sarova Panafric  Hotel on 21st- 23rd February 2018. The conference thematic area was  Technology and Innovation for Societal Transformation. More than 100 participants drawn from local regional and international academic and research institutions attended the 3 day event >> Read More



TU-K Research Proposal Writing Workshop
Participants with facilitators during proposal writing workshop at Methodist Guest House, Nairobi on 22nd-23rd June 2017  >> Read More

TU-K Research News

Breaking News August 2018:  TU-K Academics secure 50 Million Shillings in Research Funding
The Technical University of Kenya has, according to a recent study by CPS Research International performed impressively in securing Research Funding. In an article also published by the STAR newspaper, the Technical University of Kenya is one of 13 academic institutions which obtained more than 50 Million Shillings in the 2017/2018 Academic Year.

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