The focus of this book is a comparison between the primary, secondary and University undergraduate matriculation system and post-graduate studies at institutions of higher learning among the Bayeyi tribe. The book will also focus on the Identity and culture of the Bayeyi. The methods of data collection include casual observation while living among the Bayeyi tribe, interviews with scholars who are Bayeyi and newspaper archives, traditional leaders and other historians among the members of the tribe. Findings show that the education in the region is similar as that of Mafwe, Mbalangwe, Totela and the Masubia tribes. This similarity facilitates exchange programs at each level.