SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES TO STUDY NUCLEAR ENGINEERING IN SOUTH KOREA, 2019
The Government of Kenya entered into an intergovernmental Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with South Korea on collaboration in nuclear power development with a focus on human resource capacity building. In this regard, the Government of Kenya has been offered training opportunities by the KEPCO International Nuclear Graduate School (KINGS). The training is a Two-year Master’s program under scholarships in two major areas:
Master’s in Nuclear Power Plant Engineering; and
Master’s in Energy Policy & Engineering.
1. For Masters in Nuclear Power Plant Engineering your academic background should be in relevant Engineering and/or Physical Sciences
2. For Master’s in Energy Policy & Engineering your academic background should be in relevant Engineering, Physical Sciences and/or Social Sciences