As Strathmore College, an Advanced-level Sixth Form College (men only) offering Science and Arts subjects. Strathmore was Kenya's first multiracial multi-religious school
Our Key Milestones
Strathmore College merged with Kianda College (an institution founded in 1961 for women) and moved to the present campus.
The Commission for Higher Education (now Commission for University Education) awarded Strathmore a Letter of Interim Authority to operate a university and offer the flagship undergraduate Programmes in Commerce and Information Technology.
Launched Strathmore Business School, as a graduate school to fill in the existing gap in leadership & management in Executive Education and MBA.
Strathmore is awarded a Charter by the Government of Kenya giving it full legal recognition to operate as a University.
Launched School of Finance & Applied Economics to expand the programme offering from the initial focus on business & information technology
Launched School of Law to further expand the academic offering and contribute to legal education and academic research in the country.
Launched a new 10-year strategic plan that provides vision and map for the university for the next 10 years.
Launched 3 new Masters programmes in the Institute for Mathematical Sciences.