Unicaf has entered into an agreement with the Kenya Green Building Society with the objective of offering various degree programmes at Bachelor, Master’s and Doctoral levels. This means that KGBS members can now benefit from Unicaf’s generous scholarships which guarantee that each student will receive an incentive to study.
The agreement offers a 75% guaranteed scholarship to Kenya Green Building Society members and staff on all Bachelor and Master’s programmes, and 70% for Doctoral programmes with the balance to be paid in flexible monthly installments.
This joint collaboration will allow KGBS members to work towards earning an internationally recognised degree from one of Unicaf’s UK partner universities; Liverpool John Moores University, the University of East London, and the University of Suffolk as well as the pan-African Unicaf University.
The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding took place at the Unicaf offices in Nairobi between the CEO of KGBS, Ms Nasra Nada and Unicaf’s Business Development Manager, Mr Samson Kithika.
About Kenya Green Building Society
The KGBS is an independent, non-profit, non-political, member-based organisation formed to lead the transformation of the built environment in Kenya toward environmentally sustainable buildings, promoting a healthy and efficient environment.
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