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How To Apply For The EABL Foundation Scholarships In Kenya

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In about two months` time from now Jan 2014, KCSE results in Kenya will be released for the 2013 candidates in Kenya. For the youngsters who will receive their KCSE results, this will be a time of great excitement as they ponder on the next step of their lives and choose career paths in Kenya. Most of the KCSE candidates in Kenya will move on to various institutions of higher learning in Kenya and institutions out of Kenya to pursue their dream careers. For some however, the opportunity to further their studies in Kenya will be just a pipe dream as they cannot afford the University fees in Kenya. However, university scholarships in Kenya open opportunities abound for financially challenged students in Kenya. One of the scholarships sponsors in Kenya is the EABL foundation scholarship in Kenya. East African Breweries Limited Foundation in Kenya offers university scholarships in Kenya to well performing needy students in Kenya and East Africa that cover the full cost of a four or five year university education in Kenya.

The EABL Foundation Scholarships in East Africa are available every year to students in East Africa who would like to study at Strathmore University in Kenya or who have been admitted to public universities in Kenya, under the regular JAB programme in Kenya. For those students in Kenya wishing to study at Strathmore University in Nairobi, they can either apply to study for a Bachelor of Commerce(B. Com) in Kenya or Bachelor of Business Information Technology (BBIT) in Strathmore University in Kenya.

Qualifications for applying for EABL Foundation Scholarships in Kenya

A student wishing to apply for the EABL Foundation Scholarship in Kenya at Strathmore University in Nairobi must meet the entry requirements for Strathmore University in Kenya as well as those for the EABL scholarship program in Kenya. The entry requirements for the scholarship in Kenya and Strathmore University are normally a minimum of an A- in KCSE examination in Kenya. To apply for the EABL scholarship in Kenya to study a Public University in Kenya, one needs to have been admitted by JAB board in Kenya for a five year Bachelors Degree Course in Engineering in Kenya or a four year Bachelors Degree Course in Food Science and Technology in Kenya. A student qualifying for EABL scholarship under public universities category in Kenya must also have scored a minimum of A- aggregate in the KCSE in Kenya.

EABL Scholarship Foundation in Nairobi usually invites applications for the EABL scholarships in Kenya after the KCSE results have been released in Kenya up to around May or June every year in local newspapers in Kenya. Application forms for East Africa Breweries Limited Company Scholarships in Kenya are usually available for download from the EABL foundation website in Kenya at https://www.eablfoundation.com/focus-areas/skills-for-life. The EABL scholarship application forms should be filled and accompanied with the requisite documents stipulated on the form. The required attachments with the EABL University Scholarships form in Kenya include; a Copy of admission letter to a Public University, a copy of KCSE results slip/certificate, a copy of School Leaving Certificate and documents showing financial neediness of the student in Kenya. Alternatively, the application form can be accessed by cutting out the advertisement in newspapers for the EABL scholarship in Kenya. The application forms for the EABL foundation scholarship in Kenya can also be photocopied. Dully filled application forms should be sent to EABL Scholarships, Strathmore University, P.O.BOX 59857-00200 Nairobi.

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