Higher Education Data
KENET mission is to be a key catalyst and driver of the integration of ICT in teaching, learning and research through quality, cost-competitive and efficient ICT services and to be a key partner in the development of the Kenyan ICT society. In this regard, KENET collect a lot of data on higher education through e readiness surveys, baseline surveys which help in understanding the need of the member institutions better. However, KENET is also interested in research activities of other organizations and partners concerning Higher Education in Kenya and globally.
Graduate Employability- Introduction
The research project Universities, Employability and Inclusive Development was commissioned by the British Council in 2012 in the context of the organisation’s broader higher education programme in SSA. It emerged from a seven-country scoping study conducted in 2011, which identified a range of challenges faced in the region that were seen to limit the positive impact of higher education on society, and particularly to constrain its ability to produce employable graduates.