A dominant part of Kenyan University undergraduates go to study to land positions — unless you are pursuing titles and status.
Landing a position is a definitive dream for any understudy. Be that as it may, what about educating in an organization where bosses once in a while go for occupation seekers? A report by Corporate Staffing Services, a nearby human assets organization demonstrates that Maasai Mara University and Presbyterian University are the slightest favored by bosses looking for new graduates. As indicated by their survey, 85 for every penny of bosses lean toward graduates from the University of Nairobi when enlisting from state funded colleges.
JKUAT, as per the report, is second, trailed by Maseno University, Moi University and partially Kenyatta University — however at far off rates. Maasai Mara College was slightest at 0.6 percent while Multimedia University is simply above it at 1.3 for each penny. Strathmore University brags the most elevated inclination under private Universities at 78 percent took after by Daystar and United States University International University (USIU). The minimum favored is Presbyterian University and the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton.
“The principle reasons why the respondents incline toward alumni from the chosen Public Universities is specialized mastery and information of industry showed by both the staff and students…” peruses the report to a limited extent.