JENGA Scholarships

Scholarship Criteria

JENGA School enables qualified candidates access
data science opportunities through a $2900 scholarship.


One must attain at least a second class upper division in either a mathematics, statistics or computer science degree.


New graduates earning below $300 a month and cannot afford the tuition fee of $2900.


Brian Chirchir

This scholarship means a lot to me, When I learned about JENGA School and went through the curriculum, I was informed of how rigorous the curriculum was. The 12-month course offered a lot in terms of course content and access to professional trainers and mentors which is lacking in most data science courses offered out there. What this means is that by the end of the 12 months I'll have collaborated and received guidance from some of the greatest minds in the Industry.

Brian Chirchir
Core Course Student, Data Science

Mercy Mwangi

This scholarship means the beginning, growth, and development of my career. I have purposed to develop and grow my career in data science. I want to become a data science expert. I am most creative when I feel motivated primarily by the interest, enjoyment, satisfaction, and challenge of the work itself. That challenge is to make decisions based on data and facts. This scholarship means I get to achieve my goal and while at it follow my passion.

Mercy Mwangi
Core Course Student, Data Science

Eunice Mungai

This scholarship means a great deal to me in terms of career growth. I have a background in Mathematics, and currently working as a data analyst within business development. With the scholarship, I can actualize my long term goal of delving into Business Intelligence which requires me understand high level programming, statistics and prediction models which the scholarship offers.

Eunice Waithera
Core Course Student, Data Science

JENGA School

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JENGA School
Nondiscriminatory Policy

JENGA School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights,
privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the
school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in
administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs,
and athletic and other school-administered programs.