Welcome to the School of Agriculture & Enterprise Development
Welcome to the School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development (SAED), a fast growing School in Kenyatta University established in 2007 to offer unique training in agriculture with an aim to produce leaders who can meet the rapidly changing market demands in Agricultural related sectors, which are critical to building and maintaining a strong economy and food security. To achieve this, the school has continually embarked on research and training to build the capacities of our students in: Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Resource Management, Agribusiness Management and Animal Health and Production. Through this webpage we hope to give you a virtual tour of the academic programs we are currently offering in the school and students experience.
|SCHOOL NEWS & EVENTS||TESTIMONIALS|
2ND SAED BIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Kenyatta University is putting great emphasis on collaborations with local industries to ensure relevance of academic and research programs. One of the on - going flagship project which is funded by Osho Chemical Industries Limited (OCIL) is on “Bioprospecting for Potential Biocontrol Agents in Kenya and Capacity Building in Crop Protection”. The project is training seven fully funded MSc students thereby supporting the development of highly skilled human resource to support sustainable agricultural production in Kenya. The students......Read More.......
“I am delighted to have graduated with first class honors in BSc. Agribusiness Management during the Kenyatta University’s 47th Graduation. I thank God for this achievement and the School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development fraternity for their immense support, selfless guidance and motivation throughout the training period with special recognition of staff at....."
“I’m proud for earning my Ph.D in Agricultural Economics from Kenyatta University (KU); one of the best Universities in Kenya and among the top in Africa. Pursuing my Doctoral studies at the School of Agriculture and Enterprise Development (SAED) was not only exiting but also exposed me to very high professional standards in research. I’m particularly grateful to the staff....."