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Prof. Mary K. Walingo, Ph.D

Welcome to Maasai Mara University. The vision we hold as a University is to be a World Class University committed to academic excellence for development. Our Mission is to provide Quality University education through innovative teaching, research and consultancy services for development. We offer high-quality, branded graduands whose image is recognizable among consumers in the corporate world by creating a sense of confidence among consumers who send the daughters and sons here. Read More

 

 


Joy Rocks Maasai Mara University as MOU on the construction of the African Botanical Joint Research Laboratory is Signed.

Delight rocks entirety of Maasai Mara University after successful signing of a long-awaited Memorandum of Agreement on Collaboration in the African Botanical Joint Research Laboratory within the institution’s environs. The MOU is set to spearhead the construction of a factory that will process herbal products, cosmetics, nutraceuticals, nutrition etc. Read More

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Mr. Lankeu Reson

Ag. Director, Linkages and collaborations

Maasai Mara University created the Directorate of Linkages, Collaboration and Marketing which is part of the emerging systems of global higher education through innovative strategies, Linkages and Collaborations with other Institutions locally and internationally.

Currently, the University has more than ten strategic international links in Africa, America, Europe and Asia. Some of the notable linkages include Clemson University-U.S.A, University of Pau-France, Regents University-London, China –Africa Centre for Research and Education, Wuhan botanical garden - China, and Arhus University- Denmark.

The major activities in the Directorate include faculty and staff exchange, joint research and teaching, International conferences and academic meetings among others. This makes Maasai Mara University, a world Class University of choice in line with its vision.

Maasai Mara University offers a variety of unmatched academic opportunities for international students interested in pursuing courses in business, sciences, tourism, natural resource management, education and social sciences. Our students enjoy a serene learning environment in our beautiful location within easy reach of world-famous attractions such as the Maasai Mara National Game reserve renown for the spectacular migrations of the wild beast referred to as the seventh wonder of the world.

As a fast-growing young entrepreneurial University of the 21st century, Maasai Mara University prides itself in expert staff and state -of –the- art learning resources to develop global citizens equipped with the essential skills and experience for an exciting rewarding career in their respective fields.

At Maasai Mara University, we aim to create and strengthen mutually beneficial relationship s with organizations and institutions to develop a unique institution of higher learning in the tourist hub of East Africa. To this end, we are open to working together with Foundations Global Leaders, International NGOS, Research Institutions and Industry to promote research in new frontiers in health sciences, climate change, mining sustainable energy, sports science. Maasai Mara University welcomes support and initiatives to build a great vision of a unique institution that provides relevant and community-focused programmes.

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Mr. John Maera

Ag. Director, Examinations & Timetabling

The Directorate is responsible for the smooth running of the University by ensuring that the Teaching Timetable is prepared before the commencement of Lectures and the Examination timetable is released at least one month to the start of examinations. 

The Directorate is also facilitating the preparation of University Examinations by organizing external examination of draft question papers and results as scheduled by Senate.  The processing, packaging, safe-keeping and distribution of the end of semester examinations is the responsibility of the Directorate.  At the end of every year, the Directorate coordinates the printing and issuance of academic certificates to all graduates of Masai Mara University.  Additionally, the allocation of lecture rooms for academic and non-academic University activities is regulated by this Directorate.  

In summary, good timetabling, confidential and timely production of University examinations and delivery of quality academic certificates to our graduates is our concern as a Directorate.

I congratulate all the students who are graduating today and wish them all the best in their future endeavors.

Prof. Edward Tanui

Director, Endowment Fund

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The MMU Endowment Fund was established by a resolution of the MMARAU Council. The Directorate envisions collaborations and partnerships with individuals, businesses institutions and corporations to support activities that will continuously increase income-generating projects to supplement the government-limited funding.

The objective of this Directorate is to creatively look for new sustainable ways of mobilizing resources through the establishment of an endowment fund.  Consequently, the fund expected to guarantee a constant revenue flow to support Maasai Mara University’s teaching and research functions. The Endowment Fund is also tasked to advise the University on possible Investment Avenues to generate more capital to support the university budget. The vision of the directorate is to make the University a knowledge center for teaching, research and skill development.

Projects that the University intend to embark on are:

  • Establishing a scholarship fund to support needy students
  • Expand hostel facilities and create apartments to cater for visiting professors.
  • Establish the College of Health Sciences
  • Construction a state of art university library
  • Save the Maasai Mara and Mau Forest Ecosystems
  • Establish Eco-tourism and other viable ventures as the income generating units for the University.

Directorate of Endowment Fund wishes to appreciate the following partners for their interest to support the Fund:

  • East African Portland Cement.
  • The Government of Kenya for 250 million grant towards the construction of a Modern Library.
  • Safaricom Ltd.
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • National Bank
  • Equity Bank
  • Kenya Commercial Bank
  • European Union

We welcome other companies to partner with us to support the students to achieve their lifelong objectives.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Amondi

Admin Assistant, Endowment Fund

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Mrs. Getrude Mukabwa

Secretary, Endowment Fund

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Dr. Benard Kodak

Director - Postgraduate Studies

The Directorate was formally established in September 2014. The Directorate performs its strategic functions through the Board of Postgraduate Studies (BPS) in collaboration with the schools offering graduate programmes.

The Board performs the following responsibilities: development, support and review of postgraduate programmes in order to meet the needs of the nation and the world; oversight of graduate students’ admissions in collaboration with the relevant schools; and finally, monitor standards and requirements and maintain accurate students’ records.

The Board, therefore, is expected to provide the requisite environment for graduate studies and also function as an administrative and support unit for all graduate students.

The Directorate is fast-growing, dynamic and committed to training, monitoring and molding graduate students to become astute academicians and researchers capable of working under challenging conditions to provide sustainable solutions to problems.  The board is expected to facilitate dissemination of research findings through conferences and publications. The board ensures that before graduation, students publish at least two papers from their thesis.

Since its inception, the Board of Postgraduate Studies has enrolled over 500 students into various programmes. The Board is committed to ensuring that our students graduate within the stipulated time.

The Board takes this opportunity to congratulate the graduands of 2015 and wish them well. As you step out, endeavor to join the list of individuals who are shaping the destiny of this Nation and making contributions to the developing story of Africa on the rise. We also welcome prospective postgraduate students to Maasai Mara University.

 

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Discussing ways of collaborating and partnering

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mary K. Walingo (2nd right) led a team from the University in discussing ways of collaborating and partnering with East African Partnership (EAP). Present was the EAP President, Prof. Colette Cozean (3rd right), DVC (A&SA) Prof. Bulitia Godrick (5th right), Director of the IEE, Prof. Wycliffe Wanzala, who is coordinating the linkage and COD, Nursing, Jacqueline Naulikha (left).  

MAASAI MARA UNIVERSITY TO REAP FROM THE KONZA TECHNOPOLIS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOLLOWING THE KICKOFF OF THE KONZA CITY KENYA ADVANCED INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (KAIST) PROJECT

Maasai Mara University through its Vice-Chancellor Prof. Mary K. Walingo and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic and Student Affairs Prof. Bulitia Godrick Mathews has spearheaded the quest to apportion part of the KONZA City land, also known as the Smart City to universities. The Mara varsity is honored to be among the identified universities to benefit in the allocation of KONZA City resources for universities. Read More

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