Amity Global Institute (Nairobi) has swung open its doors to Nairobi Kenya in its bid to spread its footprint across the globe.
The institute which prides itself with quality education and academic excellence has set shop in Kenya and the country’s CS Ministry of Education Amb. (Dr.) Amina Mohammed has given them a green light.
The Institute is situated in the landmark UAP Old Mutual Tower at Upper Hill and will offer prestigious University of London Global MBA program and the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) approved Diploma here in Kenya.
Amity Global Institute is part of the larger Amity Education Group, which is Asia’s leading non-profit education group with over 170,000 students enrolled in over 10 universities, over 150 institutions, 25 schools and pre-schools across India, US, UK, Singapore, Middle East, South Africa, Mauritius, Romania and China.
Over time Amity plans to have a larger presence in East Africa in form of research and innovation driven University campuses with Nairobi being their regional Headquarters.
“We are proud that Amity Education Group has established an institute of excellence in Kenya that will offer good quality education for our youth who at this time are our hope for propelling the engines of growth towards the realization of the BIG 4 Economic Transformation Agenda and the Long-term aspirations of Kenya Vision 2030”, said Amb Amina Mohammed.
Speaking during the launch, Dr Moses Ikiara, Managing Director KenInvest said, “We know Amity since 2014 when we invited them to invest in Kenya. We started facilitating this project in June 2018 and are extremely delighted at the speed with which they have established their presence here in Kenya. We are pleased that Amity has Made It Kenya and look forward to them inviting other high impact investors from Asia and the rest of the world to Kenya.”
According to Amity Global Institute’s Chancellor, Dr Aseem Chauhan Amity Global intends to be fully aligned with the vision of the national leadership to help promote world class human resource development in the country.
“We are very happy to be launching Amity Global Institute in Kenya which will become an important institution in the Amity network focused on employability, research & innovation, student mobility and global collaborations”. Dr Chauhan said.