ADMISSION AND ORIENTATION OF FIRST YEARS

The 225th University Senate held on Wednesday 4th August 2021 considered and approved the Revised Semester Schedules for the 2021/2022 Academic Year.
Please note the following important dates and activities:

Monday 13th September 2021
Early Online registration of First Years begins

 Monday 20th September 2021
Physical reporting to the University for all First Years

SWA to organize for the accommodation of the students

IDIS TO IMPLEMENT THE RENEWED MOU BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI AND THE PARLIAMENT OF KENYA

The University of Nairobi recently renewed its memorandum of understanding with the Parliament of Kenya extending its life span for another 5 years, up to 2026. On behalf of the university, IDIS is expected to collaborate with the Centre for Parliamentary Studies and Training (CPST), which stands on behalf of the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC), on mutual areas of teaching, training, and research by providing the necessary facilities and assistance.

Mr. Isaac Ombara, Dr. Patrick Maluki and Prof. Maria Nzomo Discuss Cross Border Natural Resource Management in Kenya: How Role and Responsibilities of Actors Influence Sustainable Peace in Eastern Africa Region

Mr. Isaac Ombara, Dr. Patrick Maluki and Prof. Maria Nzomo co-wrote an article titled “CROSS BORDER NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN KENYA: HOW ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF ACTORS INFLUENCE SUSTAINABLE PEACE IN EASTERN AFRICA REGION”, in the European Journal of Conflict Management. The purpose of the study was to examine the role and responsibilities of actors in cross border natural resource management in Kenya towards sustainable peace in Eastern Africa.

September Intake

The Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies is pleased to announce the call for applications to candidates interested in pursuing academic excellence in International Affairs. We offer Undergraduate, Graduate, and Ph.D. programs in International Studies. Apply now for a chance to study at the best-ranked higher education institution in Kenya.

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Dr. Maluki Discusses Kenya-Somalia Maritime Tussle and What Happens Next in The Conversation.

Following a maritime boundary dispute, Somalia instituted proceedings against Kenya at the International Court of Justice in August 2014. The two east African neighbours dispute 160 000 square kilometres of territory in the Indian Ocean with prospects of vast oil and gas deposits.