Students undertaking Diploma in Food & Beverage Management served yummy tea cakes and carrot juice to the Vice Chancellor. This demonstrates the hands on training they are getting at KyU.
C.O.D. School of Hospitality & Textile Technology, Ann Orangi, and one of the Creative Art students display clothing items they designed on August, 17 2018
A Creative Art student from School of Hospitality & Textile Technology displays some clothing items they designed on August, 17 2018
C.O.D. School of Hospitality & Textile Technology take a group photo together with Creative Art students as they display clothing items they designed on August, 17 2018
Clothing items designed by students from School of Hospitality & Textile Technology on display during KyU Career Day on June 8, 2018
KyU DVC (ASA), Prof. Charles Omwandho, inspects some of the apparel prepared by Hospitality & Textile Technology students
Graduation gowns that were made at the Textile Technology workshop for use during KyU graduation
Student's Practicals at the Food & Beverage Training Restaurant
Duvet and other bedding items on display prepared by Hospitality & Textile Technology students
Clothing items on display at the Textile Technology workshop

Message from the Dean School of Hospitality & Textile Technology

Welcome to the School of Hospitality and Textile Technology at Kirinyaga University. The school was established in 2013, with intent to provide opportunities for teaching, research, innovation and self-employment in the area of Hospitality and Textile Technology......read more

Dr. Hannah Wambugu (PhD)
Ag. Dean School of Hospitality & Textile Technology
Kirinyaga University

  • Vision & Mission

    To be a leading school of hospitality and textile in quality training, research, innovation and technology for development and transfer.

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Research & Publications

Orangi,  K. A. & Wandaka, I.  (2015). Analysis of Trainer Attributes in TIVET Institutions in Kenya. 4th International Conference Cotton, Textile and Apparel Value Chain in Africa. Ethiopian Institute of Textile.

Orangi A. K. (2016). Analysis of infrastructural support and trainer attributes in Technical and vocational education and training institutions offering clothing and textile course in Kenya. TVET Jourmel (1) 1. Kenya

Millicent Kimemia (2015). Determinants of students’ selection of protective clothing in technical institutions in Central Kenya.

Thairu, E. (2017). Clothing challenges facing cancer survivors in Kenya. A survey of Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi.

  • Recent News & Events

    Cultural Day 2018, Friday, 2nd November 2018

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CONTACTS

Address: P.O.Box: 143-10300
Kerugoya, Kenya
Email: shtt@kyu.ac.ke
Phone: +254 0709 742000
Website: www.shtt.kyu.ac.ke