Beginning a professional career at a very young age, most footballers give up academic education after school. However, there have been several renowned players over the years, who have gone on to complete a certain degree of education. Here is a list of educated players.
Starting an expert profession at an exceptionally youthful age, most footballers surrender scholastic training after school. In any case, there have been a few eminent players throughout the long term, who have proceeded to finish a specific level of training. Here is a rundown of taught players.
The 37-year-old news anchor studied communications and journalism at Day Star University and later moved to the University of Nairobi, where she earned an MBA in Strategic Management. Lilian Kanene Muli is one of the top news anchors in the country, previously working for the Standard Group and moving to Royal Media Services.Media staff, especially the ladies, always change styles to delve deeper into the occasion.
[Photo|Courtesy] The comrades of the University of Nairobi have suffered a major blow after reports about the university doubling tuition fees. According to the BUSINESS DAILY, UoN is seeking to seeking to ease cash crunch with a review which is aimed at affecting the postgraduate and parallel degree courses.
Joanne Mwangi, MBA is a successful entrepreneur who has against all odds, made great strides in the competitive business world. She is a culturally intelligent and perceptive royal Ghanaian Queen, born in Kenya, who takes a culturally responsive approach to socio-economic concerns. She has far more than 20 years’ expertise in marketing and agency related work and was the first woman to be granted the Marketing Society of Kenya (MSK) Warrior Award.
Joining University is the perfect dream for every student. Students at University of Nairobi will have to dig deeper in their pockets following the latest move by the institution. The institution has more than doubled the fees for postgraduate courses and Parallel degrees. The move have been driven by the reduced number of students enrolling to join the University.
The University of Nairobi reviewed its fee structure for postgraduate and self-sponsored students increasing the fee by over 100% two days ago. (Photo, Courtesy) The increment saw Medicine course study cost rise to Ksh 3.8m for five years for a single student, from Ksh 2.35m.
The student leaders of University of Nairobi gives the school administration a 48 hour ultimatum for them to revise the tuition fees which has been increased without involving the student body. While issuing the statement, the leaders blamed the administration claiming that the student body was not involved.
Education The Safaricom boss is an alumni of Starehe Boys High School, Nairobi. He pursued a bachelor's degree in economics at Nairobi university before proceeding to the London business school for his MBA. The CEO of the most profitable company in Kenya is also a certified public accountant and a member of the Institute of the certified accountant of Kenya.
For 22,000 African immigrants in the United States, Geoffrey Soyiantet is nothing short of a saviour who gave them timely training to help them horn their skills and secure better employment. Unknown to many, however, the celebrated philanthropist journey to the top was one marked by numerous challenges.
Photo courtesy// Jean Mhlanga. A woman has taken to social media to reveal on how she was able to bag a degree and a better job years after working as a house help. The woman who name is Jean Mhlanga shared a breath-taking story on LinkedIn where she revealed that “working hard” was the only secret that made her achieve all these.
Kenyans are in for difficult times in the coming years after some tertiary institutions issued a worrying statement regarding the fees structure. Already hit hard with the tough economic times following the increase in tax by the Government and coupled with the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic, Kenyans now should brace to dig more from their pockets to acquire University education.
The University of Nairobi (UoN) Postgraduate and Parallel Degree fees, in efforts to tackle the financial crisis that has been choking institutions. Master’s courses like Communication and MBA will now fetch over Ksh0.6 million for a duration of two years. This is up from the previous Ksh275,000, indicating about 118% increase.
For Prof Fredrick Ogolla, the academic director MBA programmes and the director Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness at Strathmore University, bad luck handpicked him on the very last day of 2017. He suddenly lost his wife, Rebecca Gombe Mwachongo, fondly referred to as Becky. Then the police came after him, separating him from his six-week-old baby.
The Universit Of Nairobi has decided to increase tuition fees for all the courses it offers. What has come as a shock is the increment that saw art Master's Degree courses such as communication and MBA shooting by about 118%. The two-year MBA course will shoot from Ksh.
Few days ago University students were dealt with a big blow when University administration hiked school fees especially for private students. This action was unwelcomed by students who expressed their distress through demonistrating on streets. Fortunately, the pleas of these learners have been heard by the government, and through the Ministry of Education, the Education PS Simon Nabukwesi has directed all institutions to shelve the plan until 2022.
University of Nairobi has increased fees for postgraduate and parallel degree courses to ease a cash crunch occasioned by a dip in student enrolment. Masters in Communication and MBA will have to pay 600,000 for a two-year program from 275,000. Those seeking to study law at the University of Nairobi will have to part with an extra Ksh300,000 from the initial fee of Ksh715,000.
Education is very vital and an important tool to all human being in Kenya. Kenyans have right to education and no just an education a quality education. A few hours ago the university of Nairobi school memo on free increment have caused a lot of reactions among the students and the common citizen.
University of Nairobi has increased fees for postgraduate and parallel degree courses to ease a cash crunch occasioned by a dip in student enrolment. Masters in Communication and MBA will have to pay 600,000 for a two-year program from 275,000. Fees for liberal arts Master’s courses like communication and MBA has been raised by 118%.
An MBA graduate and a top hotelier is an inspiration to many youths after he left his well paying job at Pepsi international to focus on his career skiing, Shahid Rasool the founder of top skiing schools now says his decision to leave the hospitality sector was his best decision and he didn't regret about it.