Why to Study at KMTC: Entry Requirements | Fees Structure

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Why to Study at KMTC: Entry Requirements | Fees Structure


When you choose to launch your medical career at KMTC, you join about 51,000 students at the College who aspire to improve the health of the communities they live in. When you join one of the 83 specialized medical courses offered at KMTC, you will be a part of the biggest human resource contribution to the health sector in Kenya; more than 85 percent of the hospitals’ workforce is trained at KMTC.

You want to be part of the College that is currently graduating over 12,000 competent health professionals every year into the health sector. Our team of more than 2,300 highly qualified and experienced teaching and administrative staff will be happy to serve you.

The national distribution of the College is its biggest uniqueness while the strategic location of the Campuses next to referral hospitals, County or Sub-County Hospitals where students go for clinical attachment its biggest asset.

With 71 constituent Campuses spread throughout the country as far as Lodwar and Garissa, Loitoktok, and Lamu, Kisumu and Kapenguria, the impact of the College in improving Kenya’s healthcare is felt in virtually all parts of the country.

The wide range of our courses, from Certificate, Diploma to Higher Diploma, reflects the institution’s responsiveness to the needs of our country. The ever-rising interest by Kenyans to study at the College is a demonstration of the trust bestowed on us by the public and the aspirations of our valued clients, the students.

The only public mid-level health training institution in the Health Ministry, KMTC started in 1927 with four students. Today it has grown tremendously, curving a niche for itself as one of the largest medical training institutions in East and Central Africa, and even beyond- drawing students from Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Sudan and Nigeria.

 

Entry Requirements

To join KMTC to pursue a Certificate course, you must have a minimum of C- with specific qualifications in cluster subjects in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations (KCSE). For Diploma programmes, you must have attained a minimum of C with specific qualifications in cluster subjects. Upgrading courses require that a candidate has a certificate in a respective field while for Higher Diploma programmes, candidates must have attained a Diploma course as per the following guidelines.

The following table is a summary of the requirements for courses offered:

S/NO

Level of training

Entry Requirement

Duration of training

1

Certificate

A minimum aggregate of C- with relevant combination of other subjects is a requirement.

2 years with the exception of nursing which takes 2 ½  years

2

Diploma

KCSE mean grade of C (or equivalent) with relevant combination of other subjects such as English, Kiswahili, Biology, Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Physical Sciences.

3 years except Community Health Nursing which lasts 3 ½ years

3

Upgrading

Holders of a certificate in relevant fields and at least two years working experience.

 2 years except Community Health Nursing which lasts 18 Months

4

Higher Diploma

Holders of basic Diploma in relevant fields and at least a minimum of two years working experience.

1 year

5

Short Courses

Individuals and groups such as corporate bodies, companies and government ministries interested in any course or courses can make a written request for arrangements to be made.

2 weeks – 3 Months

 

KMTC Fees Structure 2022/2023 | Kenya Medical Training College KMTC has released the Fees Structure for 2022/2023 academic year… see details below.

Note: KMTC Charges for meals and accommodation shall be payable directly at the respective college at applicable rates. The respective college bank account details shall be provided upon admission for this purpose.

KMTC Self Sponsored Fees Structure

ITEM

AMOUNT (KSHS.)

 

1.

Registration Fee

2,000.00

2.

Activity Fee

7,000.00

3.

Examination Fee

10,000.00

4.

Library and ICT services

3,000.00

5.

Tuition Fee

70,000.00

6.

Research and Development Fee

10,000.00

7.

Transport Levy

9,000.00

8.

Maintenance Levy

9,000.00

9.

Student Identity Card

700.00

TOTAL KSHS.

120,700.00

Notes:

Charges for meals and accommodation shall be payable directly at the respective college at applicable rates. The respective college bank account details shall be provided upon admission for this purpose.

a. The fee structure is currently under review and any changes that may be approved will be communicated to you.

b. Should a student be discontinued on Academic grounds and/or any other reasons, he/she will be expected to pay full fees accordingly on resumption.

c. Upon dismissal or abscondment fees is not refundable.

d. Students are advised to make own arrangements to cover personal expenses incurred during Practical Attachment, Research etc, details of which are available from respective faculties.

e. Students are encouraged to pay applicable year’s fees in full at the beginning of the academic year but may pay in installments (1st Installment Kshs.63,200.00 payable on/or before registration and Kshs.57,500 on/or before the commencement of 2nd semester.

All students to be vaccinated against Hepatitis B and Typhoid before reporting to the college and produce a valid vaccination certificate from a recognized health facility during admission.

g. All students to have an NHIF Cover or present a copy of the Parent’s NHIF Card on admission to the college.

It is required that payment for tuition fees and other charges (1 to 9 above) be made to ACCOUNT NO.: 01003086514000 ACCOUNT NAME: CENTRAL COLLECTION   AT NATIONAL BANK OF KENYA, HOSPITAL BRANCH, NAIROBI.   Deposits can be made at any branch countrywide.   Direct cash payments to the college will not be accepted.

KMTC In-service Fees Structure

ITEM

AMOUNT (KSHS.)

 

1.

Registration Fee

2,000.00

2.

Activity Fee

7,000.00

3.

Examination Fee

10,000.00

4.

Library and ICT services

3,000.00

5.

Tuition Fee

70,000.00

6.

Research and Development Fee

10,000.00

7.

Transport Levy

9,000.00

8.

Maintenance Levy

9,000.00

9.

Student Identity Card

700.00

TOTAL KSHS.

120,700.00

Notes:

Charges for meals and accommodation shall be payable directly at the respective college at applicable rates. The respective college bank account details shall be provided upon admission for this purpose.

a. The fee structure is currently under review any changes that may be approved will be communicated to you.

b. Should a student be discontinued on Academic grounds and/or any other reasons, he/she will be expected to pay full fees accordingly on resumption.

c. Upon dismissal or abscondment fees is not refundable.

d. Students are advised to make their own arrangements to cover personal expenses incurred during Practical Attachment, Research, etc, details of which are available from respective faculties.

e. Students are encouraged to pay applicable year’s fees in full at the beginning of the academic year but may pay in installments (1st Installment Kshs.63,200.00 payable on/or before registration and Kshs.57,500 on/or before the commencement of 2nd semester.

All students to be vaccinated against Hepatitis B and Typhoid before reporting to the college and produce a valid vaccination certificate from a recognized health facility during admission.

g. All students to have an NHIF Cover a Copy of the NHIF Card to be produced on admission to the college.

It is required that payment for tuition fees and other charges (1 to 9 above) be made to ACCOUNT NO.: 01003086514000 ACCOUNT NAME:CENTRAL COLLECTION   AT NATIONAL BANK OF KENYA, HOSPITAL BRANCH, NAIROBI.   Deposits can be made at any branch countrywide.   Direct cash payments to the college will not be accepted.

KMTC Regular Fees Structure

ITEM

AMOUNT (KSHS.)

 

1.

Registration Fee

2,000.00

2.

Activity Fee

7,000.00

3.

Examination Fee

10,000.00

4.

Library and ICT services

3,000.00

5.

Tuition Fee

30,000.00

6.

Research and Development Fee

10,000.00

7.

Transport Levy

9,000.00

8.

Maintenance Levy

9,000.00

9.

Student Identity Card

700.00

TOTAL KSHS.

80,700.00

Charges for meals and accommodation shall be payable directly at the respective college at applicable rates. The respective college bank account details shall be provided upon admission for this purpose.

Notes:

a) The fee structure is currently under review and any changes that may be approved will be communicated to you.

b) Should a student be discontinued on Academic grounds and/or any other reasons, he/she will be expected to pay full fees accordingly on resumption.

c) Upon dismissal or abscondment fees is not refundable.

d) Students are advised to make own arrangements to cover personal expenses incurred during Practical Attachment, Research etc, details of which are available from respective faculties

e) Students are encouraged to pay applicable year’s fees in full at the beginning of the academic year but may pay in installments (1st Installment Kshs.43,200.00 payable on/or before registration and Kshs.37,500 on/or before the commencement of 2nd semester.

f) All students to  be  vaccinated  against  Hepatitis  B  and Typhoid before reporting to the college and produce a valid vaccination certificate from a recognized health facility during admission.

g) All students to have an NHIF Cover or present a copy of the Parent’s NHIF Card on admission to the college.

It is required that payment for tuition fees and other charges (1 to 9 above) be made to ACCOUNT NO.: 01003086514000 ACCOUNT NAME:CENTRAL COLLECTION   AT NATIONAL BANK OF KENYA, HOSPITAL BRANCH, NAIROBI.   Deposits can be made at any branch countrywide.   Direct cash payments to the college will not be accepted.

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