Study abroad in Kenya for an eye-opening experience like no other!
One of Africa’s leading economies and study abroad destinations, Kenya has attracted students from around the region for years and it has become increasingly popular with international students. Increased government investment in higher education over recent years has led to a rapidly improving quality of education in Kenya, as well as an increase in the amount of resources available to Kenyan universities. Kenya’s capital Nairobi is a regional hub of technology and commerce, and you’re sure to find a lively and bustling study environment.
Kenya has a high degree of ethnic diversity, with more than 40 indigenous tribes and international residents from a wide array of nationalities. There are over 60 languages spoken in Kenya but English is widely spoken due to its status as an official language, reducing the number of language barriers you’ll encounter. Locals in Kenya are friendly and welcoming and you’re sure to find help if you come across any obstacles in daily life, as Kenyan culture places emphasis on generosity and helpfulness.
An unmissable part of life in Kenya is the country’s stunning wildlife and natural beauty. You can explore Kenya’s abundant natural riches in its numerous national parks and reserves like Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. While you’re there, look out for the Big Five of Africa: lion, rhinoceros, buffalo, elephant and leopard!