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Students from needy backgrounds will benefit from a 60 million education scholarship from Rattansi Educational Trust to support their university education. This was revealed today 19th December 2016 when the Education Trust led by the Chancellor Dr. Vijoo Rattansi paid a courtesy call on the Vice Chancellor Prof. Mbithi.



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VC's Boardroom
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A total of 20 students drawn from the six colleges have benefitted from the Chinese Ambassador Scholarship. The scholarships amounting to 20 million shillings were awarded to the deserving students by the Chinese Ambassador to Kenya, H.E. Liu Xianfa in a ceremony held at UON on November 14, 2016.



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Taifa Hall
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A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the University of Nairobi and the Rotary Club of Nairobi to support government sponsored needy students in the University. The targeted students are drawn from the School of Business, Law, Economics and Information Technology.



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Taifa Hall
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We wish to notify all the needy students who are already submitted their letters for registration with the office of the special student advisor to be using the office email in making their enquiries instead of commuting to the office. but for those who have intentions of submitting their application letters have to do it in person.

Thankyou.



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Taifa Hall
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Scholarship 1. Do you know of a needy student who scored an A or A-? The 2015 EABL foundation scholarships recruitment drive is on. Applications on www.eablfoundation.com/scholarships. Spread the word.

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Taifa Hall
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