Work Integrated Learning:

WIL prepares students for the workplace. Integration of theory to practice is through work placement of students in relevant industries. They are introduced to the industries which increases the possibility of them being employed and empowers them to decide whether they will seek employment or continue with their own start-ups.

Health Science students, by virtue of the requirements of their professions, learn in the clinical environment. These students learn clinical skills within simulation laboratories where they are exposed to low, medium and high-fidelity simulations. Health Sciences students learn about Health Technology in the simulation laboratories.

Agriculture students are placed in industries and in farms where they learn about the different areas of choice of becoming farmers of poultry and animals, or vegetables and crops. On these farms KUBU Institute has signed agreements with them for the WIL experience. Science students learn through practical experiments in laboratories and placement in industry where they exposed to the necessary skills.

Business Management students learn through the practical experience and coaching from a placement in industry.

Entrepreneurship is taught throughout the Institute. All students are required to register for the course on entrepreneurship. They are placed at an incubator hub where they learn to practice their skills. The students have an entrepreneurship week where they pitch their start-up business plans. The entrepreneurs are allocated mentors. They also receive basic funding to start their business and eventually develop a clear financial understanding of their business before they graduate. Students are empowered to decide on whether to seek employment or continue with their business ideas.

Law students learn through the moot court to understand courts processes and their roles as attorneys where they argue imaginary cases for practice.

Arts students practice their skills in the auditorium. They have annual exhibitions and are exposed to the industry even before they complete the degree. Entrepreneurship empowers them to open their own business and recruit their own students.

Technology and engineering students learn through exposure to laboratories and industrial facilities where they learn the necessary skills. Science and Technology is taught using a combination of online learning and face-to-face approaches. All students are expected to have access to a laptop, which they should use for learning and assessment during scheduled lecture times. Technology and Engineering students also learn through robotics and cybersecurity. They learn through exposure to laboratories and plants where they sharpen their skills while they are still learning.