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Volume II of African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research out!

Articles for the second issue (December 2017) are being received and the deadline is 15th September, 2017. The journal is a...

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Upcoming Conference

Theme:Strengthening Research and Innovation for Climate Adaptation and Sustainable Development Date: 2nd to 3rd November 2017 Venue: St. Paul’s University, Limuru Campus Climate...

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New anatomy Lab to prepare Clinicians

St. Paul’s University has long been recognised as a centre of excellence. Recently the programme for clinical medicine was approved...

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Main Campus’ new cafeteria is here!

As you may have probably noticed, the main campus’ new students’ cafeteria has been under construction since last semester. The Vice...

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2nd issue of the African Multidisciplinary Journal now Published

The second issue of the SPU journal is now out. Our highlights in this include challenges faced by undergraduate students...

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SPU teams rise to claim top spots in the Nairobi KUSA play-offs

St. Paul's University enmerged top in the KUSA Nairobi play-offs and will represent the university in the National play-offs at...

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University to host South Sudan Ambassador to Kenya

St.Paul's University will on Thursday 6th April host the Sudan Ambassador to Kenya, his excellency Elisadig Abdalla Elias Diab

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New anatomy Lab to prepare Clinicians

St. Paul’s University has long been recognised as a centre of excellence. Recently the programme for clinical medicine was approved...

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St. Paul’s University has long been recognised as a centre of excellence. Recently the programme for clinical medicine was approved by the Clinical officers’ council and work on expansion of facilities has begun in earnest. The anatomy laboratory, currently under construction is one of them and will provide lecturers and students with state-of- the-art laboratory and office space for practical work. Its design responds to emerging trends for research, and provides flexible workspaces in which research teams can practice with ease. Completion of the first phase is expected by end of September 2017.

Over the years St. Paul’s University has pioneered new approaches to education. The clinical medicine courses represent the first wave of change and an exciting new research environment in which the highest standards of health care will be realized. The introduction of the programmes is true to our mission to develop servant leaders by imparting knowledge, skills and values through creative methods of education, research and spiritual formation. As a Christian University, we are following in the footsteps of our founders and missionaries who came to evangelize, educate and provide healthcare.