Candidates who attained C+ will get direct entry to the Universities around the country. Most of the candidates will be at a dilemma when they realise that they did not achieve the cut off points for courses they intended to pursue.
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Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service has come to the rescue as it has revealed courses that may ensure employment after graduation.
Agnes Wahome, the university placement Chief Executive Officer (CEO), disclosed that the blue economy sector was an under-explored area in constant need of people during an interview on a local radio station on Monday, November 29.
Wahome went on to say that learning institutions in the maritime sector were unable to match the country's market requirements.
"There is a sector, the blue economy, that is in desperate need of workers." "I was in Mombasa the other day and we forged a collaboration with Bandari Maritime Academy, and there is a lot of demand," said the CEO.
She also revealed that several maritime colleges were offering short courses for graduates to satisfy the growing demand in the business, claiming that many Kenyans hold stereotypes about the industry.
The marine is the largest part of earth and most of the minerals are still untapped. Even though people look at the sector as if it is ment for the people born and brought up in the coast it is the best sector for research and safety courses.
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