The University is committed to provide an environment that offers all-rounded education in select disciplines of management science, information technology and computer science, hospitality, mathematical sciences, health sciences, law, and the arts. This is fully complemented by the teaching of humanities to further augment the understanding of the human person.
The University uses a triple-helix research cooperation model that ensures students joining Strathmore are exposed to research opportunities. It has vibrant research centres and projects spanning across: health and health care management, mobile application and cyber security, renewable energy and energy efficiency, public policy, governance and integrity, entrepreneurship, sustainable tourism, mathematical modeling and applied statistics, extractive industries and intellectual property.
Strathmore University strives to make a profound contribution to the community’s social, intellectual, economic and cultural development. We serve society through research, education and institutional citizenship. All undergraduate students must dedicate a minimum 200 hours in community service through the community-based attachment programme. A dedicated department coordinates the activities of students and staff that cater for the less-privileged in society.