Maasai Mara University portrays itself as a reservoir of the country’s culture and intellectual elite with the obligation to champion social, political and economic change in society through professional extension services and influencing policy. In the heart of South Rift Region of Kenya Republic, at the forefront of innovation, Maasai Mara University is home to the seventh wonder of the world- Maasai Mara National Game Reserve.
NEW CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME
Maasai Mara University in partnership with Africa Psychosocial Support Initiative (APSSI) will launch a new certificate programme on Community Based Work with Children and Youths (CBWCY) starting July 2019. For more information and application. Read more
Prof. Mary K. Walingo, PhD
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
SOUTH KOREA; WHERE MMU WILL DRAW TECHNOLOGY, AGRICULTURE AND HOUSING SKILLS
As the Vice-Chancellor of Maasai Mara University Prof. Mary K. Walingo prides in the varsity as a World Class University, she does not relent in focusing on more collaborations and benchmarking visits to global institutions that light the world in different fields of knowledge. This spirit is cascaded down the hierarchy of management and the entire Maasai Mara University Community. Read More
ANSO-MMU-SAJOREC INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
International Conference on “Biodiversity in Drylands and Wetlands: Challenges and Opportunities in the 21st Century” to be held between 4th – 6th September 2019, Narok, Maasai Mara University Main Campus, Kenya. Read More
GLOBAL ASSESSMENT REPORT 2019 ON DISASTER RISK REDUCTION
In Geneva, the latest Global Assessment Report 2019 on Disaster Risk Reduction was launched. Professor Jacqueline McGlade, Director of the Sekenani Research Centre at the Maasai Mara University, as a Lead Author of the Report was invited to present key findings to governments, civil society and business. Read More
LORNA WAWERU WANJIRU TOPS UNIVERSITY CAPITAL MARKETS CHALLENGE
Maasai Mara University’s flag has been maintained flying high by Lorna Waweru Wanjiru, a student who stood tests to clinch the First-Runners Up position in this year’s National Capital Markets University Challenge.
Lorna won a trophy and bagged a cash prize of Ksh. 100,000. The finals took place on Friday, 17th May 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya. Late February this year, Lorna Waweru Wanjiru and Robin Juma qualified for the semi-finals after outsmarting their colleagues during a challenge that took place at Maasai Mara University. The students have been working under the guidance and mentoring by Mr Elkanah Kimeli who is a lecturer in the School of Business and Economics and doubles as an acting Internal Auditor at Maasai Mara University.
National Capital Markets University Challenge is an inter-university competition that primarily focuses on testing the participants’ knowledge and understanding of capital markets and financial issues.
MMU WITNESS CS PROF. MAGOHA LAUNCH KUCCPS CAREER GUIDE & RELEASE OF PLACEMENT RESULTS
Maasai Mara University has demonstrated support for the Kenya Universities and Colleges placement Service (KUCCPS) as the Education Cabinet Secretary, Prof. George Magoha and the Chief Administrative Secretary Prof. Collete Suda launched KUCCPS Career Guide and released 2019 placement results. Read More
SECURITY FORCES RUSH TO ENDORSE ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY
Maasai Mara University with Professor Mary K. Walingo at the helm as the Vice-Chancellor has urged Kenyans to support environmental conservation initiatives that Security Professionals have demonstrated at the Varsity. Read More
NEW BOMBALI EBOLAVIRUS FINDING IN A KENYAN BAT
There is no current evidence that Bombali virus infects people. Evidence against apparent human infection was obtained by screening febrile patients reporting to clinics in the Taita Hills who have had contact with bats: no signs of Bombali virus infection or past exposure were uncovered. Read More
PARTNERSHIP AND COLLABORATION PITCHED AT IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
The relentless efforts and goodwill by the Maasai Mara University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Mary K. Walingo to scale the institution to greatest networks as a world-class university are alive and superb. Read More