Kenyan students that are residing in Kenya that wish to study in the UK can now apply for the 2016 UNICAF Scholarship, a programme geared at African students that are permanent residents of an African country with interest in starting and/or continuing their Education.
On March 4, 2016 Mrs Margaret Lesuuda, the Missions Education Counsellor visited the University of Kent Canterbury Campus to meet with Kenyan students enrolled there and with Key members of the Law School to discuss opportunities for collaboration
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy & HONEYGUIDE is offering a Young Conservationist Internship A two-week conservation education internship in Kenya for High School students intending to bring creative, passionate, young adventurers to the front lines of wildlife conservation in Africa.
The Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Dr. Fred Matiang’i arrived in London on a four day official visit to attend the Education World Forum (EWF) 2016 and the Commonwealth Education Ministers’ Action Group (CEMAG). Accompanying the Cabinet Secretary were various senior Ministerial officials among the Mrs Leah Rotich, Director General, Education, […]
On November 27th, 2015, the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission UK hosted a celebratory to welcome all new Commonwealth Scholars, at Nottingham University. Close to 400 scholars including 32 from Kenya attended the event, along with Vice Chancellor of the University of Nottingham Professor Sir David Greenaway, Chair of Commonwealth Scholarship Commission Mr. Richard Middleton and Kenya High Commission Education Attacheé […]
On 26 September, Education Attaché Mrs Margaret Lesuuda, of the Kenya High Commission in London, took part in the Great WALK of Art, an event that has participants undertaking a 5-hour guided art walk between major galleries in support of their charity of choice. On this walk they were supporting charity organisation Mobile Arts School in Kenya […]