Over 200 courses are being offered in various universities in Kenya and out of these over half require hard work and endurance to successfully complete. Here are the three toughest courses in Kenyan Universities in 2021.
Medicine is one of the best courses in Kenya however, it requires one to put in alot of effort, commitment and a positive attitude to successfully complete the course. It usually takes 6 years to study the course and an additional 1 year internship. Medicine is offered in only a few universities across the country which have the necessary equipment and qualifications to offer the course. One requires a mean grade of A minus to pursue this course.
2. Actuarial Science
Actuarial science is a four year course offered in a number of universities in Kenya. It requires a lot of study hours and commitment to pursue this course. It requires a minimum grade of C plus in KCSE to pursue this course.
It's one of the sophisticated and most technical courses in Kenya. It requires creativity and alot of concentration and determination to pursue this country. It usually takes a duration of over 5 years to complete this course. It's offered in few universities offering engineering courses in Kenya. One requires to attain a mean grade of A minutes in KCSE to pursue this course.
4. Electrical Engineering
Electrical engineering is offered at both the diploma and degree level in a number of universities in the country. It requires a greater understanding of mathematics and physics since they are the main principles required to properly understand the technical part of the course. One requires a mean grade of B minus to purse this course at the degree level and a minimum mean grade of C plain to pursue the course at the diploma level.
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