Tue. Feb 19th, 2019

#MUAOpenWeek: The Management University of Africa to Hold a Colorful Open Week

Management University of Africa

The Management University of Africa (MUA) will from 18th of September hold a Campus Open Week that will provide students and stakeholders in the university have weeklong interactive sessions until 24th September 2017.

This comes even as the University is progressing with its September intake in various courses they offer.

Management University of Africa
PHOTO:| A Student Speaks at a Previous Management University of Africa Open Day

MUA is a premier private university in Kenya that aims at providing innovation, leadership and management solutions to industries and communities in Kenya, Africa and beyond.

Through the Open Week, the university will provide an opportunity to prospective students and their families to come and visit the University’s campus located in Nairobi’s South C Estate and get a feel of what it would be like to study at the institution.

Additionally, the institution will get an opportunity to show case the various products and programs that are offered at the university.

MUA offers several undergraduate degrees including Bachelor of Management and Leadership(BML); Bachelor of Commerce(B.Com) and Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies(BDS) and several Post-graduate degrees including Master of Management and Leadership(MML); Master of Business Administration(MBA); Master of Arts in Development Studies(MDS); and Doctor of Philosophy in Management and Leadership.

Additionally, the institution offers short courses in Executive Capacity Development Programmes(ECDP) and Professional courses in Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport(CILT) and French.

The short courses last between one day and two weeks while the professional courses last for between 1 year and 2 years.

Current and prospective students are encouraged to get in touch with the university through their official website or by calling 0722 224 193 or 0706 035 299 to get counsellingon the best careers to pursue in future. Additionally, prospective students are ecouraged to visit the University campus.

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