Education is a universal language that man has been speaking since time immemorial. Kenya’s system is both formal and informal and it has no limits. We embrace the local curriculum as well as International system of education where students are exposed to the British as well as the American education system. Lately there has been extreme growth in this sector where more institutions have been born to cater for the mass enrolments including the old. We hold the record of having the oldest person of about 84 years, enrolled in basic elementary class, Kimani Nganga Murage, in the world.
Kenya’s environment is conducive for learning be it international students carrying out there research or experiencing practically what they have learnt theoretically.
Scopes include Pre-Historic Education, Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Gender Education, Health Education that covers common health problems experienced by Africans, Social Economic factors and Education, Culture and Environmental Education, School feeding and Immunization Programmes, Education and Technology and fun while you learn. The list is endless. So whatever your desire, African Discoveries will create itineraries that best suit your interests.