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The 5th MUA Annual International Conference on Industry and Higher Education

Conference Theme: Leadership, Management, Ethics and Integrity in a Changing World: Lessons from African Philosophy


  1. Globalization Of Management Internalization Of African BusinessMake and Sell or Remain Poor - By Gituro Wainaina Acting Director General Vision 2030 Delivery Secretariat - Download Presentation
  2. Change Management: Role Of Insurance In Economic Growth - By Mr. Sammy Makove, Commissioner of Insurance & Chief Executive Officer, Insurance Regulatory Authority - Download Presentation
  3. Saving For Tomorrow – The Hidden Truths - by DR. EDWARD ODUNDO, CEO - RBA, Kenya - Download Presentation
  4. Knowledge Management: Applications & Future Business Insurance - By Ben Kajwang Director/CEO – College of Insurance, Nairobi - Download Presentation
  5. Leadership Thoughts in Public Sector - Presented by Dr. Jonathan Ciano-FCPAK; FKIM; MBS
    Group CEO-Uchumi Supermarkets Ltd - Download Presentation

Management University of Africa signs MOU with ESRI Eastern Africa

Dr Nicholas Letting, Vice Chancellor Management University of Africa exchanges copies of the MOU with Willy Simons, MD, Esri EA as Judah Bett Chairman, Esri EA looks on

The Management University of Africa signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Esri Eastern Africa Ltd on the 14th of June 2014 to partner in promoting Geographical Information Systems (GIS) through academic education. This is due to the realization that GIS nurtures spatial thinking skills and is therefore a key technology to help students develop analytical and problem solving skills and provides students with tools to develop a better understanding of the world.

The MOU was signed at the Esri Eastern Africa offices in Upper Hill and was signed by Management University of Africa's Vice Chancellor, Dr Nicholas Letting, and the Managing Director of Esri East Africa, Dr Willy Simmons. Esri Eastern Africa is the Authorized Distributor for Esri, a Trimble Business Partner for Mapping & GIS and the Official Distributor of ENVI Image processing software serving Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda with a growing client base of over 500 organisations.

Headquartered in Nairobi - Kenya, Esri Eastern Africa serves Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda across the region. Since 2007, we have been delivering proven solutions in recognition of the evolving needs of the GIS industry in Eastern Africa which include GIS software and emerging cloud and mobile GIS implementation platforms based on technology from Esri, the world's leading GIS software provider. Our solutions are scalable, open and built on a platform that provides the foundation to deliver enterprise-wide GIS.

The Management University of Africa (MUA) is a premier private university that aims at providing innovation, leadership and management solutions to industries and communities in Africa and beyond. Some of its unique programmes include Master of Management and Leadership (MML) which has attracted a huge interest and enrolment from leaders



MUA students run to touch a child's heart

Students and staff of Management University of Africa participated in the 2014 Matter Heart Run held on Saturday 24th May. The run was flagged at Nyayo National Stadium and attracted over 10,000 participants. MUA participates in this annual even as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility.


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MUA Signs a MOU with ICSPK

 MUA's VC, Dr. Letting shakes hands with ICPSK's Chairman, Ms. Musakali, FCPS (K) after signing the MOU. Others are Director, Executive Capacity Development Programmes, Ms. Mutinda (L); Head of Corporate Affairs, Mr. Nyiro (M); and ICPSK's CEO, Mr. Mburugu (R)

The Management University of Africa has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with The Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya, (ICPSK) on the 8th of May, 2014 to offer Governance and Integrity training.

The MOU was signed to mutually promote governance and ethics in Kenya. The MOU is aimed at facilitating the development, resource mobilization and implementation of Governance and Integrity programmes and projects to mainstream the latter in all sectors of the economy.

It was agreed that the two parties would be responsible for training, mentoring, co-ordination of field activities such as undertaking and availing research to participating delegates and institutions so that they can better understand and appreciate the issues, aspects and priorities of Governance and Integrity.

Those present during the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding from MUA were: Vice Chancellor, Dr. Letting; Director of Executive Capacity Development Programmes, Ms. Bernadette Mutinda; and Head of Corporate Affairs, Mr. Charles Nyiro. ICPSK Members present were Chairman, Ms. Catherine Musakali, FCPS (K); and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. John K. Mburugu.


MUA receives Sports Sponsorship from Optiven Limited

Optiven Limiteds CEO Mr. Wachiuri and MUAs VC Dr. Letting poses for a photo with the cheque awarded to facilitate sports. Onlooking is MUA staff and student representatives

Optiven Limited's CEO, Mr. George Wachiuri (left) poses for a photo with MUA's VC, Dr. Letting displaying the sponsorship cheque. Onlooking is MUA staff and student representatives.

The Management University of Africa, on Monday 5th of May 2014 received an enthusiastic contribution to facilitate student sport activities from Optiven Limited.

Optiven Limited gave a donation of Kshs. 140,900 during the new students orientation function at the institution. The Cheque was presented by Optiven's CEO, Mr. George Wachiuri to the Vice Chancellor who in turn passed it to the Dean of students and student leader.
The sports sponsorship comes barely a month after the University through the office of the Dean of Students hired a new coach to nurture and train students exhibiting sporting capabilities in the institution.

Speaking at the function, Mr. Wachiuri advised and encouraged students to engage in sports during their stay here as the integration of sports and academics improves the overall performance of a student.

"This endowment is just the beginning, and an indication of better things our partnership with MUA will bear. We are working on strategies to ensure that in time we will fully equip all the teams to competently participate at the national games championship level," added, Mr. Wachiuri.

MUA's Vice Chancellor, Dr. Letting thanked Optiven Limited for their continued support and challenged the new and existing students to take this opportunity and excel up to the national levels. He noted that such achievements as well recognized by employers in the Job Market.

Dr. Letting also welcomed the new students to the Institution stressing the need for them to have the urge to acquire the practical skills and expertise that the Institution's faculty members were ready and willing to impart to them.

Management University of Africa is positioned as the premier training institution in Management, Leadership, Governance and Entrepreneurship Programmes.

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MUA Conducts Primal Leadership Training


Abdullahi Dahir, a student at the Management University of Africa receives a certificate from Sultan Amri, an Organisational Development expert at the end of the Primal Leadership Training. Looking on is the MUA's Vice Chancellor, Dr. Nicholas Letting
High achievers working within teams are usually responsible for successful outcomes acquired by their teams and usually become the primal leaders and team role models.
Specifically, the primal leaders attitude is literally contagious and spreads quickly to the other team members and as a result the business improves its bottom line performance.

Management University of Africa conducted a Primal Leadership conference, from the 28th to the 30th of April at THE BOMA Hotel. The training attracted over ten participants drawn from various corporations.

Speakers included Dr Julius Kipng'etich, Chief Operations Officer Equity Bank, Sultan Amri, an Organisational Development expert and a Fellow of the Kenya Institute of Management and Dr Nicholas Letting, Vice Chancellor, Management University of Africa, among others.

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The Primal Leadership Training Conference is one of the many Exedutive Capacity Development Programmes tailored to train professionals and improve the overall perfomance of Organisations offered by the University.

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MUA launches new academic programmes

The Management University of Africa (MUA) on Monday, March 31st 2014, Launched new academic programmes namely

  • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Management and Leadership (MML).

The launch held at THE BOMA Hotel, South C, at a cocktail party, Monday evening was presided over by the Chairman to the University Governing Council, Eng. Michael Kamau, Cabinet Secretary, Transport and Infrastructure. Other distinguished guests who attended the event were Vimal Shah, Dr. Julius Kipngetich, Linus Gitahi, PLO Lumumba and the institutions' Vice Chancellor, Dr. Nicholas Letting.


Engineer Michael Kamau, Dr. Nicholas Letting and Dr. Emannuel Awuor, at the launch

The launch comes after the university received approval from Commission for University Education (CUE) to offer these new academic programmes. The approval came after a thorough assessment by CUE on the ability of the university to offer the programmes. The teaching faculty, curriculum and facilities passed the CUE test of quality. The evening was filled with congratulatory speeches with every speaker present echoing the university's progress and challenging the university to expand its wings to other major cities.

The Masters of Management and Leadership programme is designed to equip the student with valuable skills in management, leadership, group dynamics and decision making. It focuses on the industry practitioners' practical interactions with businesses and their peers. In order to mold leaders for the African continent and beyond, the course will include academic visits to leading African universities including those in Egypt, South Africa and Ghana.

The MBA programme is designed to provide an opportunity for learners to combine both knowledge and action aimed at improving organizational performance through excellent business practices. It will be offered in an environment that develops excellent business management practices for transformational leadership and will offer options such as Banking and Finance, Strategic Management, Human Capital Development, Marketing and Logistics and Supply Chain.

The Bachelor of Commerce program will offer Specialization in Entrepreneurship, Human Resource, Marketing, Accounting, Finance and Banking and Insurance and Risk Management. The undergraduate programs will take 4 academic years, of up to 3 trimesters each year while the Masters programs will take a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 4 years, of up to 2 semesters a year each. The mode of study for all programmes will be full time, part time (5.30 to 8. 30 pm), and weekend (Saturdays and Sundays)

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PHD Symposium

PHD Symposium

The D.V.C  conducting a training on Advanced Data Analysis on Friday, 1st February 2019



Primal Leadership For Organizational Performance Turnaround

VENUE The Boma Hotel, South C WHEN:- 28 – 30th April, 2014 COST: Kshs. 50,000 + VAT per participant


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