Mount Kenya University School of Nursing Fees Structure
Last updated on June 9th, 2023 at 07:40 pm
This article is about Mount Kenya University School of Nursing Fees Structure.
MKU School of Nursing has three academic programs:
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Master of Science in Medical-Surgical Nursing
- PhD in Nursing. (Thesis only
1. Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Direct Entry)
A KCSE average of C+ (plus) and C+ (plus) in any of the following subjects: English/Kiswahili, Maths/Physics and Chemistry and Biology or equivalent.
12 trimesters: 101,300 Ksh per semister
2. Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Advanced, distance learning)
KCSE means Grade C (Easy) or Division II plus license to practice from the Nursing Council of Kenya Plus two years of post-graduation work experience as a registered nurse
8 timesters Ksh. 60,000 per term (excluding investment fee),
NCK contribution and training material Ksh 25,000 payable directly to the Nursing Council of Kenya.
3. Master of Science in Nursing
• Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mount Kenya University or any other recognized university.
• Must complete at least two years after training for a bachelors in science training.
• Must be licensed to practice by the Nursing Council of Kenya.
Year 2s (regular) Ksh.100,000 per semester (excluding university admission fees, services and practical fees).
Research and Clinical attachment Ksh. 100,000
4. PhD in Nursing (Thesis Only)
Master’s in the field of specialization
6 semesters: 600,000 Ksh for all courses