Maasai Mara University with a leading partner "University of Nottingham (UK)" under the Department of International Development of SPHEIR programme management has involved in Transformation of Pharmacy and Chemistry Degree Provision.

Expected duration: four years

Transformation of Pharmacy and Chemistry Degree Provision will work with Kenyan academics to engage employers and alumni from the healthcare, chemical and pharmaceutical industries to reinvigorate chemistry and pharmacy higher education courses and better link learning outcomes with population needs.

The partnership aims to:

  • create a globally competitive and adaptive chemistry and pharmacy workforce to meet the requirements of a rapidly industrialising Kenyan economy
  • enhance collaboration between industry and education with an emphasis on chemistry and pharmacy courses
  • link learning outcomes and wider impact at the individual, institutional, systemic and national levels
  • develop diagnostic models and benchmarking tools for developing academic capacity in pharmacy and chemistry.

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