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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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S. K. Partoip 

The Administration Division is charged with the responsibility of provision and maintenance of facilities and resources to support the furtherance of the Vision, Mission and core values of the University. The functions and services in the Administration Division include - Human Resource Management, Central, Health, Transport, farm, Development/Estates, Catering and Accommodation, Security and Procurement Services. The operation of the Division is governed by the University Statutes, Terms of service and Labour laws. It is further guided by a strategic plan implemented through an annual performance contract. The current workforce stands at 547, comprising of teaching and nonteaching staff. The Division strives to attract the best-qualified staff to spearhead the provision of quality services to the customers of the University. The Administration Division is keen to continuously improve on its service delivery to its customers, and will always act on feedback from clients to enhance its customers’ satisfaction. The Division with the University Management support has successfully completed the negotiation for the 2010/2012 CBA with the staff unions. The Division is determined to motivate staff to give their best in order to realize the objectives of the University. The University is further developing a comprehensive scheme of service for its staff with a clear career path for various cadres of workers.


Dr. Otieno Fredrick Onyango

Welcome to Maasai Mara University. The Department of the Registrar, Academic Affairs plays a critical role in the realization of the academic objectives of the University. The Registrar, Academic Affairs, provides leadership and strategic direction in matters relating to the activities undertaken in the department which include: class and examination timetabling, admission and registration of new students, examination administration, maintenance of students’ records and processing of official transcripts and academic certificates. These activities are managed and facilitated in the following three sections under the supervision of the Deputy Registrar, Academic Affairs: Admissions Section, Examinations Sections, Students' Records and Transcripts Section. The University offers a wide range of competitive academic programmes under the Government sponsored students Programme (GSSP) and privately sponsored students programmes (PSSP). The Government sponsored students are admitted through the Joint Admissions Board (JAB) while the Privately sponsored students apply directly to the University for admission. Students admitted through either GSSP or PSSP at the same intake for the same undergraduate programmes, may be integrated. We wish to encourage the youth and other age groups to enroll in the various Certificates, Diploma, Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes offered at the University. The programmes are offered at the Main campus. 

Office of the Registrar (Academic Affairs)

  Paxides Okumu
Asst. Registrar,
(Examinations)
Gladys Munge
Asst. Registrar,
(Admissions)
Peter Nyakondo
Asst. Registrar, (Student Records & Transcripts)
  M.A., Project Planning and Management (UoN), B.Ed (Kenyatta University) MBA (KEM University), Dip. HRM(KIM) B.Ed (Kenyatta University) M.A., Economics, B.A., Economics (MS University of Baroda)

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Prof. Bulitia Godrick Mathews

D.V.C.(A,R & SA)

Maasai Mara University is a Fully Chartered University in Narok County, Kenya. It neighbors the World famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve and the Mau Water Towers and is home to the culturally renowned Maasai people who represent the face of tourism in Kenya. Maasai Mara University (MMU) has a quality objective of offering high-quality teaching, research, community outreach, and consultancy. These it incorporates in its academic work through formal, nonformal and informal education. In taking its rightful position in the local and international community, the University has taken a lead in community, academic and research partnership with other research and academic institutions. The Maasai Mara University in collaboration with the organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA) have partnered in a Curriculum workshop on Climate Change, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Social Protection. This, alongside other initiatives, aim at making Maasai Mara University the Centre of Climate Change, Disaster risk reduction and Social protection in the region. In addition, the University has collaborations with Clemson University (USA) and WWF through the MAMASE project. It is currently pursuing other linkages such as the North Central College (USA) and the GEOHealth Hub for East Africa project (in collaboration with other prominent international and local universities such as University of Southern California, Makerere University and the Great Lakes University of Kisumu (GLUK). The university academic division has facilitated and is keen on participatory curriculum development, exchanges, and practical learning. This is a way of enhancing academic excellence through the professor and student exchanges and attachments to further ground them after the class work. MMU has an active South Rift Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE in ESD) currently in the process of being registered by the United Nations University (UNU). The University has recently hosted a very successful community gathering in collaboration with the National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA), the Narok County government, the community organizations, NGOs, the Maasai Council of elders, among other stakeholders. This is a way of making the education from the university conformity with the day to day needs of the society, by orienting it to solve problems and for posterity, i.e. education for sustainable development (ESD) and as corporate responsibility. Maasai Mara university offers postgraduate, undergraduate and diploma level academic programs distributed in five different schools, namely: School of Tourism and Natural Resources Management (2 departments), School of Education (2 departments), School of Science (4 departments), School of Business (2 departments) and school of Arts and Social Sciences (2 departments). These programs are offered after a thorough demand assessment, and are responsive to community needs and give the students and the community the capacity to solve real life and day to day social, economic, livelihood and environmental challenges. Other new programs currently being developed by the university are in the field of Nursing, Health, Law, Cultural Studies, Indigenous Knowledge, Citizen Science, and Alternative Energy, among others. The students and staff are able to access information on these subjects in a resourceful library with online journals. To our current students, we wish you a successful learning period. For the rest, we wish to cordially welcome you on board to be part of the Maasai Mara Academic, Research train. Last, but not least, the University has an active extra-curricular body with a vibrant choir which serves in national events as well a number of students professional and social networks. It has received many trophies in various fields and continues to strive for excellence in academic, research, consultancy and community outreach.

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Prof. Mohamed Hussein Abdille, Ph.D., FNAS

As the Division in charge of Administration, Finance, and Planning, we re-affirm our commitment to sound financial and administrative policies, practices and strategies that will ensure the University achieves her mission and objectives. We will work closely with the governance and administrative structures of the University in setting and realigning our strategic direction. We expect to attract more financial support from the government. As a result, we anticipate rapid expansion of infrastructural and human resources. To commensurate these possible gains, we will fast track the ISO 9001 process, seek greater improvements in meeting targets set in our performance contracts, and foster greater customer satisfaction. Guided by our core values of excellence, professionalism, teamwork, creativity and innovativeness, transparency and accountability, equity and social justice, we are convinced that indeed, Maasai Mara University will be a World Class University committed to academic excellence for development.

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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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