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Foreign Trade and Business in Nairobi (Master Kenya, East Africa)

Study a Doctorate / Master in International Business in Nairobi (Kenya)

Nairobi (the sunny green city) is the economic, political and administrative capital of Kenya (East Africa)

  1. Nairobi = Enkare Nyrobi (fresh water) in Masai language
  2. Population of Nairobi: 4 million people
    1. Nairobi is the largest Kenyan city (the second is Mombasa, third is Kisumu, fourth is Nakuru and fifth is Eldoret)
    2. Nairobi is the tenth largest African city
    3. Metropolitan Region of Nairobi: 6.6 million people
  3. Nairobi is the commercial and financial centre of Kenya
  4. The largest Kenyan companies and institutions are based in Nairobi
    1. General Electric, Google, Young & Rubicam, IBM Services, KenGen, Airtel and Cisco Systems, Kenya Airways
    2. Nairobi business park
    3. Factories: Coca-Cola, Goodyear, General Motors and Toyota
    4. Nairobi Stock Exchange (the fourth largest African Stock Exchange)
    5. United Nations Environment Program, Office of the United Nations
  5. Main industries in Nairobi: textiles, construction materials, processed foods and beverages
  6. Nairobi is an important tourist centre
  7. Nairobi National Park
  8. Construction boom in Nairobi

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Study in Kenya (Master, Doctorate, Business, Foreign Trade) Kenyan Students from Nairobi

Enrol, study online and receive your European Diploma (Courses, Masters and Doctorates in International Business / eLearning) from Nairobi (Kenya)

  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade, Export Back Office
  2. Doctorates: African Business, World Trade, Global Logistics

Kenyan Students from Nairobi (Doctorate, Master)

Masters and Doctorates in International Business adapted to the Kenyan Students

More information: Business in Kenya, at EENI Training Portal.

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  1. Main cities: Kiambu, Thika, Limuru, Ruiru, Karuri, Kikuyu, Ruaka, Kahawa, Gatanga, Kandara, Kenol, Murang'a, Kajiado, Olkejuado, Bissil, Ngong, Kitengela, Kiserian, Ongata Rongai, Kangundo-Tala, Machakos and Athi River
  2. Province (County): Nairobi
  3. Elevation of Nairobi: 1.661 metres
  4. Climate of Nairobi: subtropical highlands
  5. Nairobi river
  6. Karura Indigenous Forest, north of Nairobi (Nobel Peace Prize winner, Wangari Maatha)

Kenya (Study Master Business Foreign Trade)

  1. Archdiocese of Nairobi
  2. Cathedral of the Holy Family
  3. Nairobi Foundation: 1899 (colonial authorities of British East Africa)

Transport and Logistics in Kenya - Nairobi

  1. Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) - Nairobi Road
  2. Uganda-Kenya (Nairobi) Railway
    1. Nairobi is located between Kampala and Mombasa.
  3. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (Nairobi)
  4. Distance Nairobi-Mombasa: 440 kilometres
  5. Asia-Africa Growth Corridor

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Port of Mombasa, Kenya. Gateway to Burundi, DR Congo, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, and Tanzania (Maritime Transport Course)

Higher Education in Nairobi - Kenya

  1. University of Nairobi
  2. Technical University of Kenya
  3. Multimedia University of Kenya
  4. Strathmore University
  5. Catholic University of East Africa
  6. KCA University
  7. Presbyterian University of East Africa
  8. Panafrican Christian University

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