About Enko Education
The best universities in the world are showing growing interest for students from sub-Saharan Africa. Yet, they remain underrepresented in these universities because of a lack of adequate preparation and a lack of knowledge of African diplomas at the international level.
In the United States, the country most open to international students, there are only 31,000 students in sub-Saharan Africa out of a total of 900,000 foreign students.
In contrast, 100,000 come from India, a country with the same population size and GDP per capita as sub-Saharan Africa.
Enko Education aims to democratize affordable and quality education by building the largest network of schools in the region.
We have designed a model of international schools offering prestigious international programs (International Baccalaureate or Cambridge) at a much more affordable price than any other international institution.
With this model, we want to significantly expand access to the best universities in the world.
Enko Bonanjo International School is part of the Enko Education network of schools.