Some university courses hyped, says DP Ruto

Deputy President William Ruto has yet again dismissed some courses offered by universities as of little use to the economy, as he championed for technical and vocational courses. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • He said the government is committing resources to TVETs since they carry the potential of spurring development in the country.
  • The DP brushed off courses such as history, geography, sociology and anthropology, saying they should not be given preference by students.

Deputy President William Ruto has yet again dismissed some courses offered by universities as of little use to the economy, as he championed for technical and vocational courses.
The DP brushed off courses such as history, geography, sociology and anthropology, saying they should not be given preference by students. He instead advocated technical courses offered by technical and vocational education training (TVET) colleges.

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