Counselling and Mentorship
IDS has in place a mentoring program for both its PhD students and MDEV students. For PhD students, senior colleagues invite them to attend the MDEV classes. For MDEV students, especially those who are on the University of Nairobi or IDS project-related scholarship, they are involved in helping the IDS Research Seminars Committee in preparing for the IDS seminars. They are also actively involved in the project’s fieldwork and other related responsibilities.
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The University through the Student Welfare Authority provides affordable and secure accommodation to students on a competitive basis. With a bed capacity of over 10,000, students are allocated rooms through a secure online room application system.
In addition, the university has established a partnership with private hostels owners within proximity to the city to interested students.
All queries pertaining to the online room application process can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org or through telephone numbers 0204913433 or 0204913405.