Board of Postgraduate Studies (BPS)

Message From the Director

The Board of Postgraduate Studies (BPS) is committed to providing holistic coordination for higher level education and training aimed at transforming CUK’s postgraduates to intellectuals and Scholars who are not only change agents in communities but also to realize their full potentials in life. The directorate of postgraduate studies is charged with the responsibility of co-coordinating demand and market driven postgraduate diplomas, Masters and Doctorial Programmes.

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Dr Kamau, Director, BPS CUK
Dr. Denis Kamau Director -Board of Postgraduate Studies

BPS is committed to ensuring that all programmes offered meet the required standard of rigour, are relevant and attain high academic quality through thorough guidance on teaching. examination and   research.

It is important to note that the quality of the teaching and research you will experience at The Co-operative University of Kenya   is among the best in Kenya. BPS is committed to serving all clients in respect to work ethics, professional conduct and upholding human dignity. I strongly commit that your time at the university will be enjoyable, roductive and rewarding.

Directorate notice board

Documents (available for downloading)

  • Postgraduate application forms
  • Requirements for application
  • Post graduate Student handbook
  • Supervision forms
  • Concept paper template for postgraduate students
  • Progress report forms
  • Intent to submits thesis requirements
  • Submission of thesis for examination
  • Declaration of Originality Form
  • Plagiarism Clearance Certificate
  • Plagiarism Incident Reporting Form
  • Certificate of Correction
  • Application for Graduation


The coordination of postgraduate syllabuses and regulations;
The admission of postgraduate students;
The administration of postgraduate scholarships;
The administration of processing of postgraduate Thesis, projects or research papers;

The proper conduct and supervision of the postgraduate studies programmes;

The general welfare and discipline of postgraduate students

Courses offered


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