The Fund is open to all students awaiting to join Form 1.
In its selection, the fund’s trustees ensure gender and regional balance by awarding an equal number of boys and girls and representation from each region in Kenya.
Kenol Kobil Education Scholarships cover tuition and other statutory payments for the four years of secondary education as well as University Tuition fees for beneficiaries admitted to any of the public universities in Kenya.
Since its inception, the Fund has assisted students by not only paying their school fees, but also involving them in rigorous mentorship programmes through which the students become part of a highly skilled workforce relevant to the current job market.
Kenya Scholarship Eligibility Requirements
Interested and eligible candidates can apply clearly stating why they need financial support and giving evidence of their financial inability with the following documents attached:
1. A copy of their KCPE Results Slip;
2. Form 1 admission letter, including fees structure;
3. Copy of birth certificate
4. Any other supporting documentation which may aid the process.
To be considered, all applicants must provide telephone contact details of their next of kin.
Applications should be sent to the following address, so as to reach the Coordinator on or before end of January.
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