Orientation Week at Mombasa Campus
At its January orientation program, KESRA welcomed 413 new students at its Nairobi and Mombasa Campuses as 349 continuing students prepared for the new semester.
New students set to begin their first Semester this month were thrilled to meet and engage with fellow students all in an effort have a better understanding of Taxation.
As part of the orientation, new students met with representatives from various divisions on campus, including Academics and Student Affairs, Marketing and the Library. They had the opportunity to interact with the faculty, ask questions and learn more about an array of services available to them.
KESRA takes part in Career fair
School leavers set to join tertiary institutions got an opportunity to get all the information they needed to make an informed decision about studying at KESRA.
With the release of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), students will be deciding where their preferences lie and asking questions about which institutions will best prepare them to embark on their careers.
In collaboration with Nation Media’s My Network, KESRA took part in the career day to connect prospective students with academics and advisers to provide information and advice on the programmes offered by the school.
“Helping prospective students connect their interests and careers they can pursue in taxation and customs field is at the core of what we do,” said Perex Macoduol from the Academics and Student Affairs. She added, “Making a decision that impacts and sets the foundation for student’s careers is critical and therefore important for us to provide them with guidance to enable them make the best decision.”
The career day was an opportune event to share KESRA’s unique programmes in Tax, Customs and Fiscal Policy.