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Kenya is a beautiful place and I would love to go back. The people were incredibly kind and generous. It was great having the opportunity to study in Kenya and travel to so many amazing places that most Americans never dream of. There was a moment when I was sitting with friends and I turned and said "I think deciding to come here was the best decision of my life." I can't believe I ever considered not coming.

Read more reviews... Julia Mellin
Santa Clara University
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Overview

Nairobi is Kenya’s political capital, and the principal economic, diplomatic and cultural center in East Africa. The city's modern skyscrapers coexist in harmony with Kenya's nature reserves and wildlife parks.
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  • Study at United States International University (USIU)
  • Wide selection of courses (taught in English) in various academic disciplines
  • Internship and volunteer opportunities
  • Maximum of 15 credits per trimester
  • Transcripts issued by USIU (accredited in the USA and Kenya)
  • Cultural field trips in Nairobi, Masaai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Lake Victoria and Mombasa
  • Affordable inclusive program fee
  • Predeparture advisiing and planning
  • KEI Onsite Director and 24/7 support

Trimester & year concentrations

  • African Cultures & Societies
  • Business, Law & Diplomacy
  • Environment & Ecology
  • Journalism, Communications & Media
  • Psychology, Sociology & Behavior
  • Tourism & Hospitality Management

Sessions

  • Academic Year (early September to early May)
  • Fall Trimester (early September to mid December)
  • Spring Trimester (early January to mid May)
  • Summer Trimester (mid-late May to mid August)

Program contacts Susie Mechtel
Program Manager, USA
1.800.831.5095 ext. 9
Susie@KEIabroad.org

Patrick Mulindi
Onsite Director, Nairobi
+254.72.1214266
patrick@KEIabroad.org

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