Meru University of Technology and Science on the verge of another strike

The political scene at Meru University of Science and Technology is at currently is charged and likely to experience another strike. With the cause still being the same one that fueled the August 2017 strike, students continue to protest what they term as "high tuition fees". The administration continues to

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50 Scholarships Available To Study, Live & Play In Mauritius, Apply Now

Mauritius University Representative host an education fair on 9th June at the Hilton Hotel.   According to Trishilla Benydin-Koolwont, Manager at the Board of Investment Mauritius "there is lots on offer in Mauritius." The tropical island is the ideal place to learn and grow as a student, only 4 hour-flight away from

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You Could Go To The Moon Thanks To This Nuclear Scholarship

This year, Rosatom is offering scholarship programs for about 60 young specialists from African countries to gain comprehensive knowledge and qualifications in the design, construction, and operation of nuclear facilities, this in according to IAEA standards.   Russian nuclear expert professor Dmitrii Samokhin, Head of Reactor Development and Design Department at the

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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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17th Edition Of Australian Higher Education Fair Kicks Off This Week

Over 20 reputable higher education institutions from Australia have confirmed their participation at this year’s Australian Higher Education Fair (AHEF) organized by Australian Education Consultants (AEC). This will be the 17th edition of the expo and will be held across four counties in Kenya.   Representatives from 23 Australian institutions including Victoria

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Grade B for male candidates, B- for female: Uni placement sets minimum points

The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (Placement Service) has set the cut off point for admission to degree programmes at B of 60 points for male candidates and B- of 58 points for female candidates. The cut-off procedure was agreed by representatives of Universities and Colleges during a workshop

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Scholarship Opportunities for EAC Undergraduate Students

East African Community (EAC) in cooperation with Arcadia University (Glenside, USA) is pleased to announce scholarship opportunities for undergraduate students from EAC Countries interested in Peace and Conflicts in Africa. This program will give the students a chance to learn more about the region and an opportunity to share experiences

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