13 Colleges Offering Fake Degrees in Kenya - CUE [LIST]

13 Colleges Offering Fake Degrees in Kenya - CUE [LIST]

The Commission for University Education (CUE) on Tuesday, June 27, flagged 13 institutions it claimed are offering degree, postgraduate, and diploma programs without its grant of authority to operate.

The commission, in a notice, warned members of the public against enrolling in the institutions noting that they were not authorized to offer the select courses.

"Members of the public are hereby being notified that any institution purporting to offer university education in Kenya and does not appear in this list is an illegal entity and is not authorised to operate," CUE warned.

The institutions listed include:

Eldoret Bible College

Al-Munawarrah College

Grace Life Bible College

Africa Theological Seminary

Regions Beyond Ministry Bible College

Baraton College

Africa Talent University

Breakthrough Bible College

Theophilus Theological College

Northwestern Christian University

Logos University

Harvest Land Unversity

Word of Faith Bible College

Some of the programs offered by the above-mentioned institutions include a Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) in Theology, a Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Theology, and a Bachelor of Theology Master of Christian Leadership among others.

CUE also listed all approved institutions in the country, including their year of establishment and accreditation.

For updates on all accredited universities authorised to operate in Kenya, CUE advised individuals to visit the commission's website at cue.or.ke/index.php/status-of-universities.

Details of all suspicious institutions should be forwarded to Commission Secretary/Chief Executive Officer Commission for University Education, P.O. Box 54999-00200, and emails addressed to info@cue.or.ke.

For more information click the customer feedback portal imis.cue.or.ke/CustomerRelationshipManagement/.

Furthermore, CUE advised those seeking degree qualifications offered by foreign universities should be accessed via cue.or.ke/index.php/recognition-and-equation-of-qualifications1.

According o the Universities Act 2012 Section 28 (5), anyone who purports to offer a degree through a university that is not accredited commits an offense and shall be liable upon conviction to a fine of not less than Ksh10 million, or to imprisonment for a term of not less than three years or to both.

Geoffrey Nevine — IT Services and IT Consulting

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