Africans have strong desire for education and In Eastern Africa, Kenya is one of the nations to be admired with regards to quality education.
As of late, Kenya has been on the spotlight as the East African IT center point and there is no uncertainty that the training framework is a piece of what is driving this.
There are a few universities in Kenya containing 22 Public (government-supported) universities, 14 Chartered Private universities and 12 universities with Letter of Interim Authority (LIA); making a total of 48 universities in the country.
Below is the list of the top 10 universities in Kenya.
10. University of Eastern Africa Baraton
The University of Eastern Africa, Baraton (UEAB) is a private chartered institution of higher learning (chartered by the Government of the Republic of Kenya on March 28, 1991).
The institution was started by the Seventh-day Adventist with the main campus located at Baraton, Nandi County, Rift Valley Province-approximately 50 kilometers from Eldoret or 35 kilometres from Eldoret International Airport.
The university aims to function in the provision and advancement of a holistic Christian quality education for the youth, equipping them with necessary skills for the service for God and humanity.
9. Daystar University
Daystar University was initially founded in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe by a political refugee from South Africa, S.E Motsoko-Pheko and an American missionary couple, Dr. Donald Smith and Mrs. Faye Smith. Following the eruption of civil war in Zimbabwe in 1974, Daystar relocated to their headquarters to Nairobi, Kenya, where the institution was incorporated as a non-profit organization the previous year.
The University is recognized for some impressive modern facilities and a dynamic approach to teaching and research, striving for excellence in its teaching and research methods.
Daystar which sits on a 300 acres of land, is home to thousands of students both local and international and has in addition, been breaking new grounds to establish campuses across Kenya.