Frequently Asked Questions
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Kenya
How many intakes are there in a year?
There are two intakes in a year i.e. February and August each year.
What programmes do you offer?
Currently the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Kenya is offering Post-RN Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN); the Post-RN Bachelor of Science in Midwifery (BScM); the Master of Science in Advanced Practice Nursing (MSc-APN); and the Master of Science in Advanced Practice Midwifery (MSc-APM).
What is the admission criteria?
Eligibility criteria for BScM
- The applicant must have attained a mean Grade of C plain at KCSE or Division II at KCE/EACE
- Must be a holder of Kenya Registered Community Health Nurse (KRCHN) or Kenya Registered Nurse (KRN) and Kenya Registered Midwife (KRM) - (KRN and KRM) from a recognized training institution.
- Must be registered with the Nursing Council of Kenya (NCK) and hold a current practice license
- Must have a minimum of two (2) years of practice experience
Eligibility criteria for BScN
- Form IV level of education with a minimum aggregate score of C plain KCSE or Division II in KCE.
- Must be a holder of Kenya Registered Community Health Nurse (KRCHN) or Kenya Registered Nurse (KRN)
- A current registration and a valid practicing license.
- Must have a minimum of two (2) years of practice experience.
What is the duration of the programme?
The duration of both the BScN and the BScM programmes is two and a half-year. The duration of MSc-APN and MSc-APM is two (2) years.
What is the tuition fees?
Tuition fees is charges on a semester basis. For the year 2021 tuition fees is Kshs 200,000 per semester. There are two semesters in an academic year. The University also offers financial assistance to students on a need basis. For further details, please write us at email@example.com or contact us at +254 203 747 483/+254 780223431.
Do you offer accommodation for the students?
Currently, the School does not offer accommodation facility for the students.