Little Known University in Europe Offering Kenyan Students Free Education.
- The European Business University (EBU) of Luxembourg is offering scholarships to students in Africa, primarily to Kenyan learners.
- The prestigious learning institution based in Wiltz city is headed by a Kenyan, James Mulli, who doubles up as the university’s Academic Dean.
The European Business University (EBU) of Luxembourg is offering scholarships to students in Asia, Latin America and Africa, primarily to Kenyan learners.
Students from humble backgrounds who have completed secondary school education have an opportunity to further their studies free of charge at a university in Luxembourg.
The prestigious learning institution based in Wiltz city is headed by a Kenyan, James Mulli, who doubles up as the university’s Academic Dean. In a past address, Mulli said EBU is mainly committed to the idea that evolving innovation is the enabler that will benefit those who cannot afford higher education.
The institution, which has over 10,000 students across the globe, focuses on business courses charging KSh 1.3 million for the whole programme but simultaneously offering scholarships to those who cannot afford the cost.
Conforming to its mission of sustaining a tradition of academic excellence and ensuring a world-class education, EBU offers multiple specialised online courses and campus-based lessons.
To attain its mission, the learning institution has a fully supported team of internationally recognised, enthusiastic and highly motivated faculty.
Speaking in Kilifi County in September 2022, Mulli explained EBU is offering scholarships to Kenyans to help as many of them get tertiary education.
“As of today, I have 9,000 students with 4,500 being from Kenya. We have a scholarship programme and one of the things we have decided is to make tuition free for Africans. We are going to have 85 million people in Kenya by 2050. Where are they going to go? Where will they get the education? That is why we are offering free university courses as of September 2022,” he said.
As earlier reported, Dagoretti North MP Beatrice Elachi hailed EBU for admitting ladies from Kenya to their Women in Leadership program.
As a beneficiary of the program, Elachi said it enlightened and helped her gain leadership skills that came in handy when she successfully sought the parliamentary seat in the 2022 elections.