Britain’s most prestigious overseas higher education scholarship programme has released names of 2015/2016 beneficiaries. Funded byÂ the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the scholarship covers areas like journalism, law, public policy, conflict studies, energy, environment, security and good governance.
Here are the names:
1. Alex Macharia Maina: MA, Applied Security Strategy, University of Exeter.
2. Asha Ahmed: MA, Documentary Practices, University for the Creative Arts.
3. Benson Warutumo Muchiri: LLM, Oil and Gas Law, University of Aberdeen.
4. Clare Chepkemoi Ronoh: MSc, Energy and Environment, University of Leeds.
5. Daniella Kerubo Maroma: MSc, Sustainable Management of Natural Resources, University of Leicester.
6. David Machel Otieno Osiany: MSc, Public Policy, University of Bristol.
7. Dennis Mwangi Kibira: MSc, Renewable Energy Enterprise and Management, Newcastle University.
8. Emmaculate Asige Liaga: MA, International Politics, University of Manchester.
9. Eric Gathaara Waweru: MA, Governance and Public Policy, University of Sheffield.
10. Esther Karimi Njeru: MSc, International Development:Â Public Policy and Management, University of Manchester.
11. Fatma Lucy Nyambura: LLM, Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee.
12. Feisal Shariff Ibrahim: LLM, Petroleum Taxation and Finance, University of Dundee.
13. Grace Murithi Mâ€™Munoru: MSc, Civil Engineering, University of Nottingham.
14. Halima Ibrahim Hussein: LLM, Energy and Natural Resources Law, Queen Mary, University of London.
15. Harrison Chengâ€™oli Misiko: MA, Interactive Journalism, City University London.
16.Â Huzefa Talibhusein Hassanali Haji: MSc, in Hydrology and Climate Change at Newcastle University.
17.Â James Mburu Njeri: MA, Journalism, Media and Communications, Cardiff University.
18.Â Maureen Pamela Agutu: LLM, Tax Law, Queen Mary, University of London
19. Mercy Dorah Jelimo: MSc, International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies, London School of Economics and Political Science.
20. Michelle Mumbi Gathigi: MA, International Relations (Diplomacy), University of Birmingham.
21. Nicholas Kinoo Mutiso: MSc, Environmental Engineering, University of Nottingham.
22. Nixon Githuku Nganga: MA, Communication and Media, University of Leeds.
23. Phoebe Wafubwa Shikuku: MSc, Applied Meteorology and Climatology, University of Birmingham.
24. Ronny Mutua Mutisya: MSc, International Development: Public Policy and Management, University of Manchester.
25. Rose Wachuka Macharia: MA, Public Policy, University of Oxford.
26.Â Rose Auma Mosi: LLM, Energy and Natural Resources, Queen Mary, University of London.
27.Â Samuel Ochiengâ€™ Odawo: MA, Management of Special Education in Developing Countries, University of Birmingham.
28. Tabitha Wacera Mbuthia: MSc, Sustainable Energy Engineering, University of Nottingham.
29.Â Winfred Syombua: MA, Governance and Public Policy, University of Sheffield.
30. Yussuf Bashir: LLM, Human Rights Law at Queen Mary, University of London.
Those awarded received their lettersÂ and financial aid from British High Commissioner Dr. Christian Turner.