• Kenya
    • Nairobi
Subject Areas
Agriculture Biology Botany Conservation and Preservation Ecology Natural Sciences Sustainable Development Wildlife Sciences

Program Details

Program Type
Degree Level
Bachelors Masters


Starting Price
Price Details
Lecturers and facilities
All field trip excursions
Conservation fees
Course-related stationery and some texts

Accommodation during the entire program period (21 nights at Brackenhurst and 6 nights in Maasai Mara)
All meals for the entire program period
All transport related directly to the program

Additional Costs (not accounted for above):
International airfare to Nairobi
Visa expenses
Immunizations (requirements vary per country of origin)
Recommended reading
Personal health & travel Insurance
Optional activities

*Price subject to change
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Classes Meals Transportation
What's Not Included
Airfare Travel Insurance Visa
Jan 10, 2022
Jul 06, 2018
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About Program

This 4-week program probes analysis of the complex relationships between Kenya’s indigenous communities, land, water, and wildlife. You will be presented with modern challenges and solutions that can help preserve some of the world’s most diverse ecosystems – from African forest and wetlands to the savannah.
This program will provide students with an understanding of historical and current threats to biodiversity in East Africa, expose participants to regenerative practices, and equip participants with field-based skills to observe and apply practical solutions to the needs of specific target groups.

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Program Highlights

  • Understand some basic principles of the ecological function of wetlands, forests and savannah ecosystems in Kenya
  • Learn from the ongoing successful community-based conservation projects in the famous Maasai Mara conservancies
  • Undertake field-based research techniques applying to restoration ecology in each context
  • Contrast approaches to restoration ecology in Kenya and other parts of the world
  • Develop your intercultural competence

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  • Fun 4.5
  • Housing 4
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Yes, I recommend this program

Immersive, interactive and intellectual

I can only speak on behalf of the Maasai Mara aspect of the course. The material stimulating academically and offered a great introduction into the life of field-Biologist/researchers. The content was able to challenge my ideals and without giving too much away, was able to change my perspectives on areas of conservation that I thought I was immovable on. It was great to be immersed in such rich culture whilst sharing the experience with a range of international students with a range of different perspectives on the world. Kenya is a beautiful country with wonderful people offering an all-around enriching experience.

What would you improve about this program?
I would like to see more time in the Maasai Mara as the area is so unique, multifaceted and complex to even begin to comprehend.
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Yes, I recommend this program

Remarkable experience

This was my first time visiting the African continent, and I can say that I am very pleased to have come as a learner than simply a tourist. The whole experience with EDU tours has given me a completely new perspective on a new culture and system of beliefs. I would thoroughly recommend this programme to anyone who wants an immersive and new learning journey, not just in terms of academia, but also personal development.

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