Technical University Of Kenya Aeronautical Engineering, Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) Vice-Chancellor Prof Francis Aduol, has emphasized that students pursuing Aerospace and Aviation Engineering program at the university have to attend Industry Based Learning (IBL) outside the university for one solid year. Such a move he noted, will ensure that they are imparted with the right skills and are exposed to the prevailing happenings in the world of work.
“Students must be instilled with discipline and imparted with the right skills. They must be exposed to the hands on skills before graduating. This will enable them become relevant in their field of study,” added VC.
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