The Cooperative University of Kenya has formed a partnership with European Business University of Luxembourg (EBU) to offer online impact courses that require no tuition fees.

The Joint Scholarship program is part of a larger scheme by the EBU to support thousands of students around the globe with Online training so as to impact their lives.

In an announcement made by the European Business University of Luxembourg beneficiaries of the scholarships will only have to pay administration and commitment fees.

Already the courses are starting this week and shall include Business Management, Introduction to Python, Plutus/Haskell, Women and Leadership, project management, and Introduction to Artificial Intelligence.

Other courses offered include Deep Learning Fundamentals, Deep Learning with TensorFlow, natural language processing, fundamental s of Blockchain technology, assessment and evaluation.

The University also offers courses in integration of Learning technology, Advanced Public finance and taxation, Advance Auditing and assurance, Advanced Financial reporting, Intermediate English and Upper intermediate English.

“The degree program in Master of Science in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

begins in September 2023. Limited Places available,” said the Announcement by the University.

Those interested in the scholarship can get details from, while the university website is:

Those interested in the Degree program can reach out to the University through:

The European Business University of Luxembourg (EBU) is a government of

Luxembourg accredited Private Research Institute which currently has 15,800

students in 85 countries enrolled in its certificate impact program and Degree


More than 10,000 students are from Kenya who are enrolled in the different courses available.

The Idea of the scholarship program is to offer opportunities to as many people as possible who cannot afford costs of Education.

By Treeza Auma

Treeza Auma is a Digital Content Producer and founder of KTMN She is also Television journalist at Kenya News Agency and Leadership Accelerator at Women in News.

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