The United States International University-Africa will be holding its annual Campus Choice Awards on Thursday 13 July 2017 from 7 pm to 11 pm at the Campus Auditorium. This flagship event for every Summer Semester, annually brings together students, members of faculty and staff for a celebration of achievements by recognizing and awarding distinguished members of the USIU-Africa Community in different categories. Summer being the last semester for each academic year, students, through a democratic process, nominate and vote for individuals and teams that have inspired them on campus during the particular academic year.

The Counseling Center at USIU-Africa will be hosting a VCT week from Monday 10 to Friday 14 July 2017 on campus. The VCT week is organized twice a year, during fall and summer semester. A range of activities are organized promoting the health of students, members of faculty and staff.

The diversity and multicultural aspects of our institution, USIU-Africa, have inspired the initiation of a Creatives Week which second edition will be held from Tuesday 11 July to Thursday 13 July 2017. A series of events, exhibitions and bureau conferences will be organized behind the campus cafeteria.

The student research fair series continued this week with a workshop on ideation and discovery. This was the second session in a series of five workshops which will culminate in the student research fair finale on July 26-27.

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Global Executive MBA students pose for a group photo with John E. Endicott Vice Chancellor of the Solbridge International School of Business and President of Woosong University during the students global study tour of South Korea on June 20, 2017. Photo Credit: Solbridge International School of Business.

14 members of the Chandaria School of Business Global Executive MBA program were part of the Summer 2017 Global Study Tour to South Korea where they were hosted by partner School - Solbridge International School of Business - to a round of classroom instruction, visits to industrial giants and the Kenyan embassy in Seoul.

North Korea has vowed to develop a missile mounted with a nuclear warhead that can strike the mainland US, saying the program is necessary to counter US aggression. In a show of force, the US sent the nuclear-powered USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier to waters off the Korean peninsula, where it joined the USS Michigan, a nuclear submarine that docked in South Korea in late April. Tensions have escalated on the Korean Peninsula as the North continues to defy UN sanctions over its nuclear missile program. 


The USIU-Africa women’s team avenged their first leg loss against fellow students Kenyatta University Oryx by stunning the latter 45-40, in the Kenya Basketball Federation (KBF) Women’s Premier League match which took place at Strathmore University on July 1.

USIU-Africa is currently undertaking an institutional self-study exercise in preparation for the re-affirmation visit by WASC Senior Colleges and University Commission (WSCUC) in 2018. The process was launched in 2016 in a public Baraza where students, faculty, staff and management were briefed on the series of activities they will undertake towards the WSCUC accreditation re-affirmation.

On Wednesday 28th June, USIU-Africa signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Kenya School of Government (KSG) and the National Crime Research Center (NCRC). The MOU promotes sharing of expertise and knowledge in training, consultancy and research, skills development and best practices between the three parties.

The Ambassador of the Republic of South Korea to Kenya, H.E. Ambassador Kwon Young-Dae, will visit USIU-Africa on Wednesday, 5th July, 2017 to deliver a talk on Re-Unification and Foreign Policy. The talk will be.