Unicaf and Kenya Bankers Association sign joint collaboration

Unicaf and Kenya Bankers Association sign joint collaboration

Unicaf, the leading online higher education platform with more than 60,000 students from 158 countries, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Kenya Bankers Association (KBA). 

The agreement allows KBA members to benefit from Unicaf’s generous scholarship programme which guarantees each enrolled student a scholarship to study for an internationally recognised degree with one of Unicaf’s partner universities:

Members will now be able to apply for an 80% Unicaf Scholarship to study for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees or a 70% Unicaf Scholarship for Doctoral degrees. The University of Suffolk’s bachelor’s degree programmes  will be offered with a 75% Unicaf Scholarship.

In addition to the above degree programmes, KBA members will also be able to opt for a Professional Development Course. 

About Kenya Bankers Association

Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) is the financial sector’s leading advocacy group and the umbrella body of the institutions licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) with a current membership of 46 financial institutions. KBA continues to reinforce a reputable and professional banking sector in a bid to best support Kenyans, who entrust their ambitions and hard-earned resources with its member banks. 

About Unicaf

Unicaf is a global higher education organisation offering generous scholarships to eligible candidates in order to pursue Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees with its partner universities in the UK and Africa. 

Unicaf assists students in earning quality higher education degrees through the Unicaf Scholarship Programme. Since its 2012 inception, the Programme has awarded over $100 million worth of scholarships to more than 60,000 applicants in 158 countries. This allows students from around the world to start their academic journey towards earning an internationally recognised degree.