The purpose of this educational fund is to provide financial support to all applicants who have academically skilled and participants with a disadvantage but have the passion to pursue a master’s degree program at KU.
University or Organization: Kenyatta University
Course Level: Masters
Award: Financial support
Access Mode: Email
Number of Awards: Not known
Nationality: East African Community
The program can be taken in Kenya
- Eligible Countries: Students from East African Community (Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda) are eligible to apply.
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: Masters degree program in the field of Biotechnology, Crop Protection, Integrated Soil Fertility Management, Applied Mathematics, and entrepreneurship at the university.
- Admissible Criteria: Be below 35 years of age and apply to study in an EAC Partner State other than their country of citizenship.
Method of Application: You need to choose your master’s degree program at the university before applying to the award. For this, complete the admission application form at the university and the award application form and send both the forms electronically to email@example.com.
- Supporting Documents: Participants need to submit a statement on the following questions-
The motivation for wanting to pursue a Masters Programme chosen in section 2 above, foreseen professional engagement in the EAC Integration agenda after completing the Masters, expect the application of the acquired skills and knowledge from the Masters Programme to contribute the EAC Integration Agenda and personal professional and academic vision in the next 5 to 10years.
Along with this, copies of both the application forms (admission and award) must submit through email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
- Must hold an undergraduate degree and have good proficiency in the English language.
Benefits: The educational award offers financial support to academically skilled and disadvantaged master’s students with the main focus on priority programs.