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Africa International University

Nairobi

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Social and Community Development

The School of Education, Arts and Social Sciences (SEAS) affirms the mission, vision and training philosophy of AIU in its commitment to scholarship, research, teaching, faithfulness to the evangelical faith and tradition, and its desire to produce men and women who can transform the landscape of education in Africa and beyond within a Christian framework. In a rapidly expanding field, students should be able at the appropriate levels, to understand and critique the broader issues and policies.  View more

Bsc Social Work

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UNISERV

Nairobi

Blended

Social and Community Development

The Open University is the UK’s largest academic institution and a world pioneer in distance learning. To date, we’ve taught more than two million students worldwide.  View more

Africa International University

Nairobi

Blended

Social and Community Development

The School of Education, Arts and Social Sciences (SEAS) affirms the mission, vision and training philosophy of AIU in its commitment to scholarship, research, teaching, faithfulness to the evangelical faith and tradition, and its desire to produce men and women who can transform the landscape of education in Africa and beyond within a Christian framework. In a rapidly expanding field, students should be able at the appropriate levels, to understand and critique the broader issues and policies .  View more

UNISERV

Nairobi

Blended

Social and Community Development

The Open University is the UK’s largest academic institution and a world pioneer in distance learning. To date, we’ve taught more than two million students worldwide.  View more

UNISERV

Nairobi

Blended

Social and Community Development

The Open University is the UK’s largest academic institution and a world pioneer in distance learning. To date, we’ve taught more than two million students worldwide.  View more