On tenth of this month, cabinet secretary for education professor George released the 2020 Kcse results and during the release he said that the government had already prepared slots for all of the candidates in higher institutions of learning.
The Kenya universities and colleges central placement service is mandated to place students in tertially institutions and through their chair John Muraguli it has communicated to the class of 2020 to apply for courses of their choice.
To make it an easy task for the students, here is a well researched list of courses to pursue;
Since for each new day new babies are born it implies that learning is a continuous process and more teachers are needed each year to teach the children at Primary, secondary and tertially institutions. Hence for students who pursue education are assured jobs once they are done with their higher education studies.
Engineering and technology
The course is marketable since the current world is more digital and strives for advancement are being made
The legal process in Kenya is very important and for one who pursues a bachelors degree in laws have better chance for either self employment by starting a law firm or even getting permanent employment after successful completion of studies.
Medicine and surgery
The course is more marketable because few people get quallifications to pursue the course.
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