Since 2006 Strathmore University has been awarding scholarships to candidates who have demonstrated talent in these sports. 2016/2017 scholarships.
The University, in collaboration with other development partners, awards partial tuition scholarships and grants to full time students once every academic year. Eligibility is based on:
Economic need and scholastic achievement
Applicant’s personal character
Quality for future leadership
Demonstrated commitment to the University ideals/activities
Participation in community service
The New Zealand Aid Programme offers scholarships to people from developing countries who are motivated to make a difference at home.
New Zealand Development Scholarships are available for the following qualifications:
Postgraduate Certificate (6 months)
Postgraduate Diploma (1 year)
Masters Degree (1 – 2 years)
This academic year, The Foundation is providing up to three deserving students with the opportunity to receive a scholarship of up to $40,000 tuition to use towards a college or university of the student’s choice.
Strathmore University has partnered with KIVA, to offer a unique student loan which enables students to obtain tuition fees and laptop loans. KIVA is an online platform that connects field partners to social investors. Strathmore University is KIVA’s first non-traditional partner specializing in student loans.
The Directorate of Academic Linkages in partnership with Mr. Charles Omboto, Erasmus (European Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) Mundus Scholarship Country Representative, Kenya, hold a Higher Education Fair at The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) on 25th January annually, at the Learning Resource Centre basement discussion rooms.
The College will be offering a total of 6 scholarships worth £18,000 each to students starting in 2016/2017 on the new Biomedical Engineering undergraduate programme.