Kenya

Business Schools ranking in Kenya

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The Education SysteminKenya

Currently, there are six public universities and thirteen private universities of which a few have been given a charter. The Government of Kenya established in 1985 a Commission for Higher Education that assists the government to coordinate higher education in Kenya. The Commission, besides the coordination of admissions and financing of public universities; and the accreditation of private universities, deals with the accreditation of certificates, diplomas and degrees. Kenyatta University hosts the Institute of Distance Education of the Africa Virtual University (AVU),http://www.ku.ac.ke/;.

Kenyan universities and institutions have adopted the western scheme in higher education: First the Bachelor degree then the Master's degree followed by a PhD.

University of Nairobihttp://www.uonbi.ac.ke/;; Strathmore Business Schoolhttp://www.sbs.ac.ke/;

Eduniversalin Kenya:4 schools

Business schools with 5 Palmes: 0 school

Business schools with 4 Palmes: 0 school

Business schools with 3 Palmes: 3 schools

Business schools with 2 Palmes: 1 school

Business schools with 1 Palme: 0 school

Useful Sources forStudying in Kenya

Scholarships:http://www.collegescholarships.org/scholarships/country/kenya.htm

http://www.studyabroad.com/scholarships.aspx

http://serveafrica.info/kenya/secondary-schools

Study: Ministry of Educationhttp://www.education.go.ke/Home.aspx?department=1

Tourism: Kenya Tourist Board in the UK http://www.kenyaembassy.com

3 Palmes Of Excellence - EXCELLENT business school with reinforcing international influence

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University of Nairobi - School of Business

1 128‰

Strathmore Business School

2 95‰

United States International University - School of Business

3 39‰

2 Palmes Of Excellence - GOOD business school with strong regional influence

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Catholic University of Eastern Africa - Faculty of Commerce

1 22‰