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CLASS OF 2021

Join us below as we celebrate the fantastic achievements of our Class of 2021 University of Sunderland at INtel College.

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This is our Class of 2021…

Inside our Class of 2021 brochure are the names of all this summer’s graduates and their programme of study – scroll through to find your name and those close to you. There are welcome messages from the Vice Chancellor, Sir David Bell, plus an introduction to your University’s history and impact. Be inspired by the words of support from our University friends and discover more about opportunities open to you as a graduate – by  joining our Alumni Association. Have a read and download a copy to keep.

This is our Class of 2021…

What Happens After Graduation?

Did you know that our INtel Futures programme connects students with interview opportunities and job placements? Almost 90% of our graduates are employed immediately after graduation. And it’s free for all students!

We continue to support our students even after graduation, equipping them with the skills and mindset to conquer the job market. INtel is right there every step of the way, encouraging you to think bigger and grooming you for success. 

A Vision of The Future

In 1990, Dr Anita Aggarwal laid the foundations for a college that today serves as a pillar of academic distinction in Kenya. Within the green, vine-covered walls of our 30-year-old college, you will find modern facilities designed for today’s enthusiastic learner and busy professional. 

All our programme teachers and courses are audited by International standards.  We’re not just teaching students to pass exams. We’re equipping future executives with the tools they need to make a difference.

This isn’t an online degree. It’s a transnational one (p.s- you still have to come to class). 

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