Universities must review poorly attended coursesStandard Digital.
The academic programmes include agribusiness management and hotel and restaurant management, which had a total capacity of 130 students, but did not have any takers. Three other programmes with a total capacity of 260 students attracted between one and five students each.
The spotlight is now firmly on institutions that have failed to attract enough students to fill even half of their declared capacities. Overall, data from the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service shows that nearly half of the public universities failed to fill at least 50% of the slots, calling their viability into question.
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