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University of Nairobi

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University of Nairobi
PO Box 30197-00100 Nairobi, Kenya

Telephone: +254-20-2243626 / 318262 ext. 28267

Local Name of Sylff Program

International Relations Program

Program Description

The objective of the Program is to educate the University’s postgraduate students, i.e., students for master’s and Ph.D. degrees with high potential for future leadership in international affairs, in public life as well as in private endeavors, providing fellowships to postgraduate students enrolled in political science, administration, diplomacy, international studies, development studies, law, business, economics, sociology, history and commerce. The Program also aims at supporting students’ research activities.

The fellowships will be provided to outstanding postgraduate students for a period not exceeding 3 years to enable them to participate in the University’s regular academic courses and/or overseas and local research programs.

*For details and updates, please refer to the Sylff institution's website listed above.

Year Endowed

1989

Steering Committee

Chairperson
Prof. Lydia Njenga
Director of the Board of Postgraduate Studies
(Website of the Board of Postgraduate Studies → http://bps.uonbi.ac.ke/)

Contact Person
Same as above

Others

The Kenya Association of Sasakawa Fellows―KASF

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