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 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 […]
On 25th November 2016, to celebrate the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, the Commonwealth Secretariat hosted a Round-table discussion and screening of a short film “Nancy A One Girl Revolution” for their event Empowering girls and women: The role of health and education in eliminating violence against women. The High Commission’s Education Counselor, […]
On Friday 9th December 2016 Leaders, Academics and Kenyan students will gather at the University of Birmingham for the Kenyan Student Conference UK 2016. This event is free to attend and is open to all Kenyan students who are currently studying at a higher education institution in the UK. In part this is a celebration of Kenyan student success […]
During the past few weeks our Education Counsellor Mrs. Margaret Lesuuda has been busy visiting Kenyan students at UK universities such as Birmingham University, Manchester University, Coventry University to name a few.
On October, the 27th 2016, A meeting between representatives from the UK and Africa in the field of Science and Education took place at the St Francis Crick Institute. The event was attended by top researchers from Africa and the United Kingdom and was aimed at exploring how the UK can work more strategically with […]