Are you an engineering student in JKUAT? This is why you should join us. You will:
✓ Learn about other engineering courses
✓ Be inspired by professional engineers
✓ Network with peers
✓ Learn about cool projects
✓ Learn the art of public speaking
✓Mentor future engineers
Convinced? This is how you can become a part of us
✓ Attend Tuesday SES meetings at SCC100
✓ Pay the membership fee of Ksh 100
✓ Enjoy awesomeness
I am Nashon Wigina, a mechanical engineering student. I have been in SES for more than four years after joining SES in my first year at the university. Therefore, I have been a member of SES for a large part of my student life, gaining from different elements as I move on with my studies.
June 1, 2020
When I look back to my campus experience, I can comfortably say that SES was an integral part of the learning and fun experiences that I had. I joined the society in my 2nd year, and became active towards the middle of my 3rd year.
May 18, 2020
Hello, this is Nairuko Mercy, a final year Electrical and Electronics Engineering student at JKUAT. I love mentoring and volunteering on humanitarian activities. I have been a SES member from my second year to date.
May 4, 2021
"My experience being in SES has been remarkably enlightening. Everything from the regular Tuesday meetings to the various committee meetings has all played a role in shaping my ideas and understanding of some of the things that affect us as engineers.
April 20, 2021
My name is Dennis Njenga. During my quest to pursue B.Sc. Civil Engineering course in JKUAT, I came across the Society of Engineering Students (SES) over the internet hence I promised myself to be a member once admitted.
April 6, 2021
My name is Mercy Kiptui and I am a proud @jkuatses Alumni.
As I sit writing this article, I just have to think of my day to illustrate what SES has done for me. Today, I work in a building next to the one in which I did my second attachment.
March 23, 2021
Hey! Your Instagram profile says you are a professional photographer 📸. So picture this :
It’s 6pm on Tuesday and your last lecture of the day has just ended. On your way out, you check your backpack to ensure your "Analog Electronics" book is there; since its mid-semester, there are assignments to submit, CATs to study for, and lab reports to write.
March 9, 2021