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Am Fascinated by University of Delaware’s Superb Education – Dominic Muriungi

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Hailing from Meru County, Dominic Muriungi has come to appreciate his new home at the University of Delaware, where he is pursuing his MSc in Business Analytics. The friendly people, beautiful environment, and outstanding education standards have made his experience truly special. Dominic is thriving both academically and socially, cherishing the welcoming atmosphere and diverse community.

Dominic Muriungi at the University of Delaware

The outstanding education standards and the university’s top-notch approach to teaching have played a significant role in shaping his analytical skills. Dominic deeply appreciates the friendly and practical teaching style of the professors, who not only impart knowledge but also encourage students to apply their skills in real-world scenarios.

The diverse and welcoming atmosphere at the University of Delaware has allowed Dominic to interact with students from various parts of the world, providing him with a truly global perspective. These interactions have not only enriched his academic experience but have also given him the opportunity to learn from different cultures and perspectives, fostering a sense of belonging and understanding in a global context.

This article is brought to your courtesy of The KENYA Airlift Program

The KENYA Airlift Program is an award-winning initiative that helps brilliant Kenyan Students achieve the dream of studying in the US regardless of their financial background.

The program was founded in late 2018 by US-based education & technology consultant Bob Mwiti.

The program’s mission is achieved through key partnership with MPOWER Financing as the official lending partner for unsecured student loans that cover both tuition and living expenses, partnership with universities in US where the program negotiates tuition fee waivers and scholarships, partnership with The Airlift Sacco to help finance students’ relocation expenses and partnership with Qatar Airways who offer discounted relocation air tickets to the students.

The program only accommodates ambitious and incredibly talented Kenyans who are willing to take a leap of faith in joining the tech industry by studying STEM or business-related master’s programs.

This award-winning program is trying to fix two major challenges Kenyan Students face in their quest to study in America, namely:

Financing and career support

The program is divided into two options; regular and parallel, which are based on the student’s academic qualifications and financial capabilities.

Regular student’s academic requirement is a B plain mean grade in KCSE with a B plain in Mathematics or Physics and a second class division in undergraduate, whereas Parallel students’ academic requirements is a C+ mean grade in KCSE and a second class division in undergraduate.

The program has an active membership of about 2000 students, and as of January 2023, the program has seen over 200 students relocate since inception, to study at various top State Universities in the US, with many more currently in the relocation pipeline.

The program has official working relationship with top Universities in North America namely:

  • The University of Alabama in Huntsville
  • Grand valley State University
  • South Dakota State University
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Missouri State University
  • University of Louisville
  • University of Kentucky

If you are interested in joining this fantastic program, please apply today by visiting our website at www.kenyaairliftprogram.com

For any further inquiries, you can also visit our head office in Nairobi at Muthaiga Square, 3rd Floor suite 311 on Thika Road opposite Muthaiga Police Station or you can give us a call at 0721-263-977.

 

 

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Eunice Mbugua’s Unforeseen Surprises and Eye-Opening Moments in Missouri

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Eunice Mbugua’s excitement and anticipation surged as she embarked on her first-ever flight from Nairobi to Springfield, Missouri, initiating her master’s journey through The KENYA Airlift Program.

The breathtaking views from the window, as the plane gracefully soared above the clouds, etched unforgettable moments into her memory. As the plane descended into Springfield, she couldn’t help but marvel at the incredible adventure that marked the commencement of her new life in America.

Eunice Mbugua at Missouri State University

Landing at Missouri State University in Springfield, she was met with unexpected differences from Kenya. The clean, orderly streets and the apparent absence of people outdoors presented a serene contrast. The strict adherence to traffic rules stood out, as did the sight of individuals confidently wearing very light summer clothes. These observations marked the beginning of Eunice’s journey into the distinctive cultural landscape of her new American surroundings.

Reflecting on her initial days, she recounts the challenges of navigating the various buildings on campus. However, she has since seamlessly adjusted to life in Springfield. Despite the ache of missing her family, friends, and the familiar flavors of Kenyan cuisine, the realization that she is in the land of opportunities provides her with both comfort and the resilience to persist.

This article is brought to your courtesy of The KENYA Airlift Program

The KENYA Airlift Program is an award-winning initiative that helps brilliant Kenyan Students achieve the dream of studying in the US regardless of their financial background.

The program was founded in late 2018 by US-based education & technology consultant Bob Mwiti.

The program’s mission is achieved through key partnership with MPOWER Financing as the official lending partner for unsecured student loans that cover both tuition and living expenses, partnership with universities in US where the program negotiates tuition fee waivers and scholarships, partnership with The Airlift Sacco to help finance students’ relocation expenses and partnership with Qatar Airways who offer discounted relocation air tickets to the students.

The program only accommodates ambitious and incredibly talented Kenyans who are willing to take a leap of faith in joining the tech industry by studying STEM or business-related master’s programs.

This award-winning program is trying to fix two major challenges Kenyan Students face in their quest to study in America, namely:

Financing and career support

The program is divided into two options; regular and parallel, which are based on the student’s academic qualifications and financial capabilities.

Regular student’s academic requirement is a B plain mean grade in KCSE with a B plain in Mathematics or Physics and a second class division in undergraduate, whereas Parallel students’ academic requirements is a C+ mean grade in KCSE and a second class division in undergraduate.

The program has an active membership of about 2000 students, and as of January 2023, the program has seen over 200 students relocate since inception, to study at various top State Universities in the US, with many more currently in the relocation pipeline.

The program has official working relationship with top Universities in North America namely:

  • University of Kentucky
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Missouri State University
  • University of Louisville
  • University of Delaware
  • Grand Valley State University
  • South Dakota State University
  • Temple University
  • The University of Alabama in Huntsville
  • Northeastern University Toronto & Vancouver, Canada

If you are interested in joining this fantastic program, please apply today by visiting our website at www.kenyaairliftprogram.com

For any further inquiries, you can also visit our head office in Nairobi at Muthaiga Square, 3rd Floor suite 311 on Thika Road opposite Muthaiga Police Station or you can give us a call at 0721-263-977.

 

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Kenya @60 Diaspora celebrations

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By MAGGIE MARIKA

For a long time the Diaspora community has been mostly an after thought for many Kenyan leaders.

Often remembered during campaign season particularly as a fund raising effort or to influence the votes.

Times are changing where we have leaders choosing to partner with the Diaspora and have the Diaspora voice well represented in the grassroots.

The power of the Diaspora influence in Kenya is well documented and their impact to the society clearly articulated from the remittances to stabilizing the Kenya shilling during turbulent time, unwavering commitment to invests and philanthropic activities. Long gone are the times when the Diaspora was a passive observer of Kenyan politics, increasingly the Diaspora is becoming a stake holder in shaping the future of Kenya.

2023 Thanksgiving Weekend Atlanta, GA is blessed to host several events.

All roads lead to Atlanta and it will be a beehive of activities.
We are honored to host H.E Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua, EGH at Kenya @60 Diaspora Celebration where he is the Chief Guest.
We are equally excited to host H.E Tharaka Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki, EGH at the event where he is a keynote speaker. H.E Tharaka Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki will host a Summit Dinner for his North America residents in Marietta, GA on Friday November 24th 5.30pm to 8pm.


Atlanta will also host the famous annual Mashujaa Dinner.

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From Nandi to the University of Delaware| The inspiring story of Spencer Maiyo

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Spencer Maiyo, hailing from Kamasia village in Nandi County, Kenya, is a determined young scholar embarking on his American dream to pursue a Master of Science in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology through The KENYA Airlift Program. This course aligns seamlessly with his desire to create solutions for modern-day problems through research and technology, as well as his intense passion for agriculture. He envisions revolutionizing this field through advanced research and the integration of cutting-edge technology.

Spencer Maiyo at the University of Delaware

After completing his undergraduate degree at Rongo University, Spencer actively sought out the perfect program to turn his dreams into reality. It was during this quest that he stumbled upon the transformative Kenya Airlift Program that made his dream a reality.

In the vibrant campus of the University of Delaware, Spencer has seamlessly integrated into the academic community. Surrounded by like-minded peers, esteemed professors, as well as a warm Kenyan Community, he has found a supportive environment that nurtures his passion for learning and fuels his academic ambitions.

He is enthusiastic about the Kenyan student community at the university. Their shared experiences and mutual encouragement have enriched his experiences in his new home.

This article is brought to your courtesy of The KENYA Airlift Program

The KENYA Airlift Program is an award-winning initiative that helps brilliant Kenyan Students achieve the dream of studying in the US regardless of their financial background.

The program was founded in late 2018 by US-based education & technology consultant Bob Mwiti.

The program’s mission is achieved through key partnership with MPOWER Financing as the official lending partner for unsecured student loans that cover both tuition and living expenses, partnership with universities in US where the program negotiates tuition fee waivers and scholarships, partnership with The Airlift Sacco to help finance students’ relocation expenses and partnership with Qatar Airways who offer discounted relocation air tickets to the students.

The program only accommodates ambitious and incredibly talented Kenyans who are willing to take a leap of faith in joining the tech industry by studying STEM or business-related master’s programs.

This award-winning program is trying to fix two major challenges Kenyan Students face in their quest to study in America, namely:

Financing and career support

The program is divided into two options; regular and parallel, which are based on the student’s academic qualifications and financial capabilities.

Regular student’s academic requirement is a B plain mean grade in KCSE with a B plain in Mathematics or Physics and a second class division in undergraduate, whereas Parallel students’ academic requirements is a C+ mean grade in KCSE and a second class division in undergraduate.

The program has an active membership of about 2000 students, and as of January 2023, the program has seen over 200 students relocate since inception, to study at various top State Universities in the US, with many more currently in the relocation pipeline.

The program has official working relationship with top Universities in North America namely:

  • The University of Alabama in Huntsville
  • Grand valley State University
  • South Dakota State University
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Missouri State University
  • University of Louisville
  • University of Kentucky

If you are interested in joining this fantastic program, please apply today by visiting our website at www.kenyaairliftprogram.com

For any further inquiries, you can also visit our head office in Nairobi at Muthaiga Square, 3rd Floor suite 311 on Thika Road opposite Muthaiga Police Station or you can give us a call at 0721-263-977.

 

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