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Looking for a university? 4 reasons why you should join KU

Jasmine Die'rre
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Kenyatta University main campus. [Source/]

Now that the 2018 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) is over, most students are worried about their next page of life and how it will be. These worries are mainly brought about by the fact that the results will be released on a later period. As the students are still thinking of the universities to join, Kenyatta University (KU) is an option they should consider.

Here's why form four leavers should consider joining KU.

1. Previous records of good performance

Kenyatta University is among the top universities in the country. The varsity produces graduates who are ready for the job market. The good grades most graduates bring home after their graduation surely proves a lot when it comes to the quality of education being offered at the university.

2. Modern library

If you have never seen Kenyatta University's modern library then you should be prepared to get surprised. The library is the largest university library in East Africa. For this reason, be sure that when you join this institution, you won’t lack material to boost your knowledge.

3. Tight security

When students go for classes, the last thing they need to worry about is their security. Fortunately, when you decide to join KU, issues to do with security will never be a worry as the security around the school perimeter is tight.

4. Available recreational facilities

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Therefore, besides concentrating on their studies, students need to make good use of their free time by engaging in activities such as games, music and socialising with other students. The varsity boasts of facilities such as swimming pools, arboretum, and the Annex joint where students can relax and mingle.


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