The cost of a Diploma course at Mount Kenya University varies depending on the course and the student’s nationality. Below are the tuition fees for some of the most popular diploma courses at MKU:
|Course||Tuition Fees (Per Trimester)|
|Diploma in Accounting||Kshs. 32,550|
|Diploma in Business Management||Kshs. 32,550|
|Diploma in Human Resource Management||Kshs. 32,550|
|Diploma in Marketing||Kshs. 32,550|
|Diploma in Information Technology||Kshs. 32,550|
|Diploma in Nursing||Kshs. 37,550|
|Diploma in Early Childhood Education||Kshs. 37,550|
|Diploma in Law||Kshs. 49,000|
|Diploma in Social Work||Kshs. 37,550|
|Diploma in Peace Studies||Kshs. 37,550|
International students pay double the tuition fees of local students.
The cost of tuition also includes the cost of textbooks, laboratory fees, and other course materials.
In addition to tuition fees, students may also be required to pay registration fees, examination fees, and other miscellaneous fees.
The total cost of a diploma course at MKU can vary depending on the course, the student’s nationality, and the number of years it takes to complete the course.
Here are some of the ways to reduce the cost of a diploma course at MKU:
- Apply for scholarships or bursaries.
- Take advantage of financial aid programs offered by the university.
- Work part-time to help pay for tuition fees.
- Enroll in a distance learning program, which can save money on transportation and accommodation costs.
If you are considering pursuing a diploma at Mount Kenya University, I encourage you to do your research and compare the costs of different courses and programs. You should also consider your financial situation and how you will be able to pay for the course.