The Kenya High Commission, London is pleased to invite ALL Kenyan students who have come to the UK for study, as well as Kenyan students domiciled in the UK to the third Kenyan Student Conference scheduled for Saturday 9th March 2019 at the Nottingham Trent University City Site campus. This year’s conference theme is “Empowering […]
The Kenya High Commission would like to inform that the Commonwealth Secretariat is inviting youth aged between 18 and 30 years to apply for Commonwealth Youth Leadership Programme that will take place from 22-25thAugust 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland.
On 20th July, the Education Attache’ Mrs. Dorothy Kamwilu attended a workshop organized by PlanetEarth Institute. Planet Earth is an international charity and NGO with the mission of working for the scientific independence in Africa. Every year it holds Un-conference which is attended by the people from business, politics, civil society and academic giving plenty […]
The Education attaché Mrs. Dorothy Kamwilu accompanied by financial Attaché Mr. Kennedy Bosire, visited the Kenyan student at the University of Salford in Manchester.
On 15th May 2017, the Education Attaché, Mrs. Dorothy Kamwilu visited the University of Sussex to check on the welfare and performance of Kenyan students studying at the University. Currently, there are 26 students in the University taking undergraduate, masters and Ph.D. studies.
On 15th March 2017 the Education Attaché’, Mrs. Dorothy Kamwilu visited Kenyan Students studying at Nottingham Trent University to check on their welfare as well as ascertain possible areas of cooperation between the University and Higher learning institutions in Kenya. In the welcome speech, the vice chancellor gave a brief of the rich history of […]