University of Nairobi tops as Kenya Medical Training Colleges beats universities in the latest ranking. KMTC has emerged as the best tertiary college in the latest webometrics ranking. KMTC floored Kenya forestry research institute, East Africa Institute of Certified Studies and Amani College which took positions 2, 3 and 4 respectively.
Worrying about where and which course to do after not attaining a grade to join a University? [email protected] studio.opera.com After the KCSE was recently released many students are wondering what to do after they did not attain a direct entry to the university, worry less Kenya Medical Training Colleges are here for you.
Kenya Medical Training Colleges are some of the best learning institutions that are now turning dreams of so many students in reality.The best thing about them is that the government has lowered the entry points such that even with a grade C- in KCSE certificate, you can still enroll for medical courses.There are 71 campus located in different parts of the country.
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Kenya Medical Training Colleges offers many health courses ranging from diploma courses to certificate courses. 2021 KMTC intake is still ongoing and applicants are advised to apply for the programmes they want to pursue before the deadline, the minimum requirement being a grade C-. KMTC offers dozens of short courses for those working and need a quick skills upgrade.
In Kenya Medical Training Colleges (KMTC' s) a student can pursue different health sciences and medical courses. These courses are offered at certificate level, diploma courses and higher diploma courses. Each programme has its own study duration and different set of requirements. KMTC has about sixth eight campuses across the country with their main campus in Nairobi.
The Higher Education Loan Board(HELB) is a state corporation that is mandated to allocate and disburse loans to needy students in higher learning institutions, the loans are offered to students in the Kenya Medical Training Colleges (KMTC), universities and also Technical Vocational and Educational Training Institutes (TVET).
Kenya Medical Training Colleges , are institutions established countrywide , to offer medical courses to students who score grades below university requirements. All courses are studied under diploma programs, within the specified period by the ministry of education as well as issuing intake dates. Here are some of the courses you can pursue.
Kenya Medical Training Colleges board chair Professor Philip Kaloki has lauded President Uhuru Kenyatta for opening up five counties.The president had imposed Cessation of movement in and out of the five counties following the upsurge of Covid-19 in the zoned area.Kaloki has noted that the move by the president will help grow the country's economy by opening up business opportunities.
The government has been weighing in the options of opening of schools and colleges.This if after long closure of the institutions.The schools were closed in March this year following the Covid 19 outbreak. Inorder to prevent further drastic spread of the virus,the government moved in as fast as possible to save the Kenyan children from the infections. On the other side,the schools and colleges were expected to be opened in September but this was not possible due to the rising number of the viral infections.For
Kenya Medical Training Colleges fraternity has been thrown in a moment of deep mourning following the death of one of their students. The lady is said to have been found in her rented house dead under unclear circumstances. The lifeless body of the lady was found lying on her bed.
Currently, the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) students are preparing for the first application to get a loan from the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB). Meanwhile, the students who are already in universities, polytechnics, colleges, Kenya Medical Training Colleges ( KMTC' s) and all other tertiary institutions of learning are preparing to do their subsequent helb applications.
The government of Kenya came up with different quarantine facilities in order to help in the control of the spread of coronavirus. Some of the selected quarantine facilities are Kenya Medical Training Colleges and some secondary schools in the country. These quarantine facilities are used to isolate the people with symptoms that relate to coronavirus. The government through the Ministry of Health recently issued a directive to the police officers to arrest all the people who do not obey the curfew orders an