KeNoMo (Kenya Norway Mobility)

The objective of the project is to establish a long-term collaboration between the faculty of computing and Information Management at KCA University ,Network partner University of Nairobi (UON), school of Computing and Informatics and department of Electrical Engineering and computer science at the University of Stravanger(UiS).

LIWA brokered this collaboration for the internationalization of shared subjects within computer science, of interest to all three institutions in term of both education and research: Data science and cyber security.

The project's long term goals are:

  1. Enhance education and research within Data science and cyber security.

  2. Establish long-term collaboration within education and research.

  3. Support internalization through students and staff mobility.

  4. Student and staff mobility in its mandate to promote knowledge transfer ,LIWA will coordinate ;

  • Guest lecturing, summer schools and workshop

  • Internationalization at home.

  • Improve MSc curriculum through teaching competency workshops.

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