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Egerton University was founded as a Farm School in 1939 by Lord Maurice Egerton of Tatton, a British national who settled in Kenya in the 1920s and upgraded to an Agricultural College offering diploma programmes in 1950. In 1986 Egerton Agricultural College was gazetted as a constituent college of the University of Nairobi and become a university through an Act of Parliement in 1987.
The main campus is located in Njoro and has the Faculties of Agriculture, Arts and Social Sciences, Education and Community Studies, Engineering and Technology, Environment and Resources Development, Science and Veterinary Medicine & Surgery. The university currently has 3 campuses (Njoro Main Campus, Nakuru Town Campus College and Kenyatta Campus - Njoro).
A world class university for the advancement of humanity
To generate knowledge and offer exemplary education and training to society for national and global development
Egerton University’s activities and decisions are guided by: National unity and social fairness, Integrity, Transparency and Accountability, Professionalism, Internationalism, Passion for excellence and devotion to duty, Team work, Passion for environmental conservation and Innovativeness and creativity.
Egerton University is a government university
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