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Data Science Student Co-founds KBH Consultancy

November 27, 2017

Three University students, including two from the Hajim School, decided to address the low percentage of African high school graduates who go on to universities, and the high dropout rates among those who do. Realizing the obstacles posed by poverty and lack of quality institutions of higher learning throughout the African continent, William Kaseu ’18, a financial economics major; Frederico Hama ’20 of mechanical engineering; and Dewey Bazirake’20 of data science and international business, co-founded KBH Consultancy to help international students understand the steps required to attend a university in the United States.  For more, see their website.