During the immersive visit to Bamburi Cement and New KCC in Mombasa, students from the Department of Environmental and Biosystems Engineering at the University of Nairobi were exposed to a rich array of practical applications and real-world scenarios that significantly enhanced their understanding of crucial aspects within their field of study. With the overarching goal of bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application, the visit aimed to provide students with firsthand experience in diverse industrial contexts and encourage interaction among peers from different academic levels.

The visit to Bamburi Cement and New KCC provided students with a multifaceted learning experience that transcended traditional classroom boundaries. By actively participating in practical exercises related to food processing, waste management, and structural engineering, students gained invaluable insights into the intricate workings of industrial operations while fostering collaboration and interaction among peers. This immersive learning experience not only enriched their educational journey but also equipped them with the practical skills and knowledge necessary to address complex challenges in their field with confidence and innovation.