Kinshasa is home to several higher-level education institutes, covering a wide range of specialities, from civil engineering to nursing and journalism. The city is also home to three large universities and an arts school:
- Prins van Luik School / Lycée Prince de Liège
- University of Kinshasa
- Congo Protestant University
- National Pedagogy University
- National Institute of Arts
- Allhadeff School
- Centre for Health Training (CEFA)
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