Raspberry Pi Curriculum  Approved by PUEA Senate

A Raspberry Pi -based curriculum for undergraduate Computer Science students at the Presbyterian University of East Africa has been approved by their university Senate on its last session mid April, 2016. The program has been designed by the Computer Science Department at the university and is co-sponsored by Networks4Learning and Madanyu Ltd, a Social Enterprise based in Cambridge England. 

Mr Philip Kamau, the HOD. Computer Science Dept notes that,

"This is a step to another level as this will give KTC more power and flexibility to tailor made the course and market it more vigorously .We have already trained the first batch of PUEA students who are doing the Diploma program and will also be doing the same to the undergraduate lot as well. This will enable them to go out as our brand ambassadors that will widen the audience reach and support"

The Presbyterian University of East Africa (PUEA) and Networks4Learning Limited in collaboration with Dimension Data East Africa set-up a Knowledge Transfer Centre (KTC) at the the university and through a corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative. The Centre is primarily intended to promote Raspberry Pi-Based Education to schools and colleges within the environs of PUEA and other needing educational institutions around the country.