6,000 GBP Scholarship for Kenyan Students applying through SI-UK Kenya for 2019 Intake

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6,000 GBP Scholarship for Kenyan Students applying through SI-UK Kenya for 2019 Intake

5 January 2019

Brunel University has announced a 6,000GBP scholarship for students from Kenya applying for the 2019 intake. Brunel University London is located in Uxbridge, north-west London, and is one of the UK’s most ambitious, forward-looking universities, with a strong focus on employability after graduation. Currently home to just under 13,000 students from over 100 countries, Brunel graduates currently benefit from the 13th highest starting salaries upon graduation in the UK.

Almost all courses are available as a four year ‘sandwich’, with one year’s work placement before graduation, while over £400 million worth of investment has recently been completed to create an exciting state-of-the-art campus providing students with world class teaching, social and sport facilities.

The campus is within walking distance of the London underground, just a short 20-minute ride into the city. An Airport Welcome Service at Heathrow will help students find Brunel at the start of the academic year.

 

If you are interested in applying to Brunel University, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK in Nairobi or Mombasa today. You can also meet Brunel University at our January Fair

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