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Universities

Graduates from Bridge schools are now attending universities across Kenya and even in the US. By building confidence and discipline we nurture growth and provide children with the tools to succeed.

Bridge offers higher academic performance and accelerated learning. Now, many families are now proud to have children and grandchildren studying for degrees in some of Kenya’s best universities and in some of the US’ most prestigious colleges.

 

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University of Nairobi

 

The University of Nairobi is one of the largest universities in Kenya and offers nearly 200 different types of degrees. Thanks to their primary school foundation several Bridge graduates are now walking the hallways and pursuing their dreams.

Cynthia Meikan is a Bridge graduate from Bridge Illasit Academy in Kajiado County. She scored 379 marks in the KCPE which meant she had opportunities open up to her. Now, she is now pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Nairobi. Neema Mueni is another Bridge graduate who is pursuing a Bachelors of Commerce degree at the University. Neema hails from Bridge Academy Rongai where she scored 387 marks in the KCPE.

The University of Nairobi has seen many innovations, which have contributed to its development and that of the nation. Now, there are children from Bridge schools who are proud to be part of that community.

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Kenyatta University

Kenyatta University is a public research university with its main campus in Nairobi County, Kenya. The University is home to some of the world’s top scholars, researchers and experts in diverse fields. Several Bridge graduates are now part of this home, a proof of the stable foundation they had at Bridge academies.

Victor Msafiri attended Bridge Mnarani Academy in Kilifi County, and scored 402 marks in the KCPE. He is now pursuing a degree in Law at Kenyatta University. Dominic Otieno is studying Bio Technology at the University. He attended Bridge Hollywood Academy in Kisumu County, scoring an impressive 383 marks in the KCPE. Their decent score in KCPE opened up the doors for them to join competitive secondary schools that set the stage for their study at Kenyatta University.

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Moi University

Moi University is a public university located in Uasin Gishu county, in the former Rift Valley Province of Kenya. The University serves about 39,700 students via onsite and offsite courses in 233-degree programmes offered by the Institution’s 15 Schools.

Bridge graduates have earned their place in the lecture halls of Moi University with distinction.
Latifah Chebet is a Bridge alumnus who is studying Biochemistry at Moi University. She scored 394 marks in the KCPE, a performance that built the foundation for her to pursue a career in Biochemistry . Latifah attended Bridge Rongo Academy in Migori County.

Many of the University’s graduates are absorbed nationally and internationally and contribute further to the educated workforce that helps to fuel the economy and quality of life in Kenya country and beyond, an honour that Bridge graduates are proud to be associated with.

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