Kenya is expanding it's education sector as it aims to acheive international education standards in order to compete with the rest of the world in the innovative and ideology field. Currently there are over 30 chartered universities in Kenya admitting thousands of students each and every year. The universities offer various courses which are undertaken by the joining students. It has been witness over the years that as some courses flock with so many students, others get so few. This has either been due to lack of interest by the students in those particular courses for example due to their lack of market or due to commitment and alot of brain work required in the courses.
Are are the three toughest courses in Kenya that admit less than 100 students each and every year.
1. Bachelor's of Medicine And Surgery
Only few universities are licensed in Kenya to offer this course due to the resources in terms of human resources and materials resource required to do study this course. Only those with As in their KCSE usually undertake this course and at times so many of them end up dropping out before completing the 6 year training.
This field of study requires alot of reading hours that only few people ever think of pursuing the course. It usually takes 4 years to complete at the university level and an additional two years in the Kenya School of Law to attain full qualification. It's offered by a number of universities in Kenya.
3. Bachelor of Science in Analytical Chemistry
This is a pure chemistry work that only few people ever think of pursuing. It's offered by a good number of universities in the country and is very marketable.
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