In the pursuit of quality education that won't break the bank, Kabarak University stands out as a beacon of affordability and excellence. During the recent TVET Career Day at the Nakuru City Campus, Vice Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat emphasized the university's commitment to providing undisputable quality education at a reasonable cost, rivaling even public universities in Kenya.
Hosted by the Kabarak TVET Institute under the leadership of Dr. Dan Mutai, the event showcased the university's dedication to bridging the gap between academia and industry. The unique opportunity for students to interact with industry experts.
Various stakeholders, such as the Uplift Foundation, Legacy Hotel, Geothermal Development Company (GDC), Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE), ICT Authority, Youth and Social Impact Management Institute of Kenya, and Royal Group Industry, echoed the university's focus on affordability. This commitment positions Kabarak University as a transformative force, making quality education accessible to a broader audience.
Kabarak University's pledge to affordable excellence is not just rhetoric but a tangible effort to reshape the educational landscape in Kenya. As a compelling choice for those seeking high-quality education without the hefty price tag, Kabarak University continues to lead the way in making education a catalyst for positive change and upward mobility.