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Low Number of STEM Graduates From Local Universities Lags Kenya Behind Other Economies – Kenya Economic Update Reports. The World Bank, in its latest report titled “Kenya Economic Update: From Recovery to Better Jobs,” identifies the shortage of science and engineering graduates from local universities as a significant hindrance to the growth of Kenyan start-ups. According to data from the Commission for University Education (CUE), the majority of bachelor’s degree graduates in 2017/18 were from education (26%) and business, administration, and law (25%), while only 12% pursued science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses. ALSO READ: 103 STEM Schools: Kenya…

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