President Ruto Secures Ksh6.2 billion Funding from Hungary for Education and Diplomatic Relations


Hungary’s Obuda University has launched a hub in Kenya to offer technology and knowledge-based courses, including humanitarian response management, road networks, and computational methods for data analysis.

The university aims to popularize the Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship, increase student mobility, develop joint ventures, and encourage innovation investment.

The hub will also allow students to work during training and intern at Kenyan and Hungarian companies collaborating with the university.

The move came after President William Ruto secured Ksh6.2 billion in funding from the Hungarian Government and directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora to establish an embassy in Hungary in the following two years.

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