[29th September 2015]


The National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Japan has announced to the Embassy the commencement of a new Master's and PhD degree programme called "GRIPS Global Governance Program (G-cube)"

GRIPS is a leading Institution of further education and research which has benefitted many Kenyans in the past and a number are currently pursuing education there. The Embassy therefore wishes to encourage eligible Kenyans to apply for the announced programme and attendant scholarships directly to GRIPS. Deadline for the year 2016 admissions is 13th November, 2015.

Further information on the new programme can be accessed on the following websites:
1. On GRIPS: http://www.grips.ac.jp/en
2. On the programme: http://www.grips.ac.jp/g-cube
3. On application procedures: admissions@grips.ac.jp
4. Inquiry on the programme: leading-ml@grips.ac.jp

Four Kenyans graduated with a Masters degree from GRIPS on 17th September, 2015. They are from left to right: George Cilli, Wilson Gakuya, Betty Baraza and Collins Othiambo-posing above for a photo during the graduation ceremony with Mr. Julius Kathurima Kithamba, First Counsellor at the Embassy. Mr. Gakuya is from the Kenya Revenue Authority while the others are employees of Kenya Water Resource Management Authority.

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