75 kenyan universities for Rattansi Scholarship Trust 2017 update
The Rattansi Educational Trust aims to eradicate poverty through scholarship education for needy Kenyan students. The Educational Trust has helped many Kenyans achieve their higher education dreams through it’s charity work. The Trust disbursed scholarship funds to Universities and other colleges as bursaries for students with financial needs.
The Trust is a member of EAAG-East African Association of Grant Makers
Who can Apply?
The Trust helps needy Kenyan students in higher institutions at both Public and Private Universities, Polytechnics, and other institutions of tertiary education. More than 50 institutions benefit from the Rattansi Bursary awards.
Below are the institutions that benefit from the Rattansi Scholarship Bursary.
Ahiti Domba Institute
Bondo Teachers College
Egoji Teachers College
Garissa Teachers College
Institute of Survey and Mapping
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
Kiriri Women’s University
Kericho Teachers College
Kenya Water Institute
Kenya Science Teachers College
Kenya Medical Training College
Kenya Institute of Management
Kenya Teachers Training College
Kenya School of Mass Communication
Kenya Medical Training College
Kenya School of Monetary Studies
Kenya College of Communication Technology
Machakos Technical College
Moi Teachers College Baringo
Murang’a Teachers College
Queen’s Way Secretarial College
St. Augustines Teachers College
Thogoto Teachers College
University of Nairobi
University of Nairobi Enterprises and Services
United States International University
University of East Africa Baraton
Western University College of Science and Technology
The Application process and selection of candidates is shared by the institutions through which the bursaries are disbursed and the Rattansi Trust. But The Trust reserves the right to accept or disqualify any candidate.
The Trust is proud of its former beneficiaries who have gone on to be leaders in different spheres of life. Just to name a few, they include: Raju Batavia (Batavia Enterprises Ltd., Mombasa) the late Justice J.M. Gachuhi (Court of Appeal), Mohamed Hyder (former Professor of Zoology and Principal, College of Biological and Physical Sciences, University of Nairobi), J.B. Karagu (former Attoney General), B.E. Kipkorir (former academic and Kenyas ambassador to the United States) and Sadru Ramji (Wyco Paints, Nairobi). Many other individuals continue to benefit from the Trust.
Above all, the Trust is also instrumental in soliciting for support from different institutions and individuals for those who are in need.
How to apply for Scholarship
Application for scholarship is done through the respective institutions. For both continuing and new students, the procedure for application can be obtained from the pertinent institutions. Similar information can be obtained from the Rattansi Educational Trust offices in Nairobi Kenya.
The universities and other Institutions play a very important role in the selection of candidates and allocation of scholarship bursary. For continuing students, the institutions can provide information on the candidate’s need situation. This way, the institutions help the Trust to give priority to the most needy students. In the case of new students, the institution’s role in determining real need guides the Trust in giving the scholarship bursary.
However, the Trust reserves the right to fund or not.
The Rattansi Educational Trust Building Ground Floor, Koinange Street Nairobi, Kenya, Africa.
P.O. Box 63302
Code: 00619 Muthaiga Nairobi-Kenya
Tel: 254-(020) 2220661
Tel-Fax: +254-(020) 316763