UK Varsities Urge Kenyan Students To Consider Dual Programs Abroad

Kenyan students wishing to pursue undergraduate academic programs in UK universities have an opportunity to pursue dual degrees.   According to Benjamin Goodwin, a Media Relations Manager at Birmingham City University - one of the universities that took part in the recently concluded UK universities career fair at Sarit Centre -  students

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Kenyans Bag Top Admissions To Ivy League Universities In The U.S

Kenyans take the lead in university admissions amongst African students.   According to Eddie Mandhry, Yale Director for Africa "Kenyans continue to hold the largest share of admissions to Yale from Africa, which shows the premium the country puts on quality education."  Data from Yale University provided information on the admission rates

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19-Year-Old Shoots For The Stars

Abby Harrison shoots for the stars—literally.   Since age 5, the Wellesley student has dreamed of becoming the first astronaut on Mars. Now, she runs The Mars Generation (or TMG), a nonprofit dedicated to igniting interest in space and STEM (that’s science, technology, engineering, and math) in both kids and adults. The organization offers

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Students To Win $3700 Scholarships From Robert Gordon University

Staff from Robert Gordon University (RGU) Scotland are traveling around East Africa this month to show prospective applicants what they can expect from life as an RGU student and highlight scholarship opportunities.   Led by RGU’s Regional Manager for Africa, the group is visiting schools in Kenya and Uganda to provide pupils

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Sodomy Accusations See Maseno Principle Put Under Investigations

Kisumu County Commissioner Mohammed Maalim stated that police officers were dispatched to the school Wednesday morning to restore order.   Parents at the school on Tuesday accused the ministry for causing unnecessary stigma on their sons regarding the sodomy allegations that has rocked the school in the recent past.   The Maseno School Parents

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Brexit Could See Non-British Scholars Leave U.K Institutions

Academics are already planning to leave the UK due to uncertainty over their rights following Brexit, leaders at Britain’s oldest university have warned.   The leaders of 35 Oxford University colleges have warned that the institution will suffer “enormous damage” if European Union staff lose their right to work in Britain.They urged the government

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