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JKUAT students awarded masters fellowships in China

Fifteen graduates from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology in Nairobi have been awarded scholarships to study for their masters degrees in China.

The awards were announced on 5 August when the Chinese Academy of Sciences vice-president En’ge Wang visited JKUAT.

Of a previous batch of 10 students who received the same fellowship, three are back in Kenya while seven had decided to study for PhDs in China, he said.

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