In line with the university's vision of being a world class centre of academic excellence, the department of french has since the year 2002, several international and local linkages. below are our linkages;
Exchange of ideas on the teaching of French Participation in each other’s club activities Use of each other’s facilities.
This collaboration has given rise to numerous events and activities including: A Workshop organised by the bureau on the teaching of French for business and attended by two members of staff of the Sub-Department.
Hosting the Sub-Departmentof a Regional Resource Centre for French fully equipped by the French Government.
Hosting by the Sub-Department of a national workshop for Resource Centre Managers organised by the bureau.
Hosting by the Sub-Department of a national workshop organised by the bureau for teachers and lecturers of French on the use of a smart board for teaching of French.
Participation by officials of the bureau in and support for French Club activities
Funding and facilitation by the bureau of a workshop on the use of theatre for French language learning
Hosting by the Sub-Department of an inter-universities one day conference, fully funded by the bureau.
Facilitation by the bureau of Staff training
Facilitation by the bureau of student short French language courses in French speaking countries.
Absorption of graduates of the Sub-Department by employers Facilitation of data collection by students of the Sub-Department of French, for research purposes.
Participation in the activities of the association such as:
National congress and AGM
Collaborative research on French in Kenya
Use of Sub-Department hosted resource centre by schools in and around Nairobi
Advice on university study career choices
Participation by Staff of the Sub-Department of French in activities of the Ministry as :
French Syllabus writing
Exchange of External Examiners and ideas
Participation in each other club activities
Organisation of joint club activities
Science po university
Exchange of staff and students
Association of Francophone universities (AUF)
Staff and student exchange
CERFRUNA AND TATUA (CBO)
Free French language classes by the French Club of the University of Nairobi, CERFRUNA, to students being assisted by the CBO.
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, OTHER KENYAN UNIVERISTIES, KENYA ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF FRENCH, FRECH TEACHING SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND MIDLLE LEVEL COLLEGES, EMPLOYERS
The Sub-Department of French is currently collaborating with the following institutions and organisations.