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Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) 2017 Intake for March, September & Shortlisting

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Kenya Medical Training College KMTC  offers a wide range of courses, from certificate to diploma to higher diploma, during March & September for self-sponsored and government sponsored students which reflects the institution’s responsiveness to the needs of the nation. 

Updates:

  1. KMTC September 2017-2018 Intake for Regular Students – Government Sponsored
  2. KMTC March Intake 2017-2018 Shortlisting for Self Sponsored Category

  3. KMTC September 2017-2018 Intake for Regular Students – Government Sponsored
  4. KMTC Shortlisting September 2017-2018 Intake for Regular Students – Government Sponsored
  5.  KMTC March Intake 2017-2018 Self Sponsored Category: www.kmtc.ac.ke Parallel Students

  6.  How to Apply KMTC 2017 March Intake Online & Pay via MPesa : KMTC Portal

  7. Read also: Kenya Medical Training College Courses Offered 2017 Intake

To join KMTC to pursue a certificate course, you must have a minimum of C- with specific qualifications in cluster subjects in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations KCSE. For diploma programmes – Courses, you must have attained a minimum of C with specific qualifications in cluster subjects.
Upgrading courses require that a candidate has a certificate while for higher diploma programmes, candidates must have attained a diploma course as per the following guidelines.
 Course requirements
The following are the requirements for all courses offered:-
Certificate courses
Certificate courses take two years with the exception of nursing which takes two and a half years. A minimum aggregate of C- with relevant combination of other subjects is a requirement.
Diploma Courses:
KCSE mean grade of C (or equivalent) with relevant combination of other subjects such as English, Kiswahili, Biology, Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Physical Sciences.
Duration
3 years except Community Health Nursing which lasts 3 ½ years.
Post Basic Diploma courses
Holders of basic diploma in relevant fields and at least a minimum of two years working experience.
Short Courses:
Individuals and groups such as corporate bodies, companies and government ministries interested in any course or courses can make a written request for arrangements to be made.

CALENDAR OF COLLEGE TRAINING ACTIVITIES

 

1. Advertisement and Selection of In and Pre-Service Programmes:(i) In-Service Courses: Advertisement:
15th November to 15th January
Selection: Between end of February and 15th March.(ii) Pre-Service Courses: Advertisement:
Between 1st March and 15th April (Regular Category)

  • Selection – first week of June
  • Advertisement for Self Sponsored Students and Parallel – 1st week of July and selection 3rd week of July.

2. Reporting Dates:

  • In-service (up-grading and Post-basic) 1st week of September
  • Pre-service (Regular, Self Sponsored Students and Parallel) 2nd week of September.

3. Starting of Academic Year:

  • 1st week of September

4. Beginning and end of Semesters/Terms:
Semesters: There will be two semesters with a short break in December (2 weeks) and long break in August (one full month).

  • 1st Semester will run from 1st September to begining of February.
  • 2nd Semester will run from beginning of March to end of July.

Term System: There will be three (3) terms in a year of 16 weeks each

  • There will be two breaks – short one in December (2 weeks) and long one in August (4 weeks).
  • 1st term to run from 1st week of September to 3rd week of December.
  • 2nd term to run from 2nd week January to 2nd week of April.
  • 3rd term to run from 3rd week of April to end of July.

5. (a) (i) Final Qualifying Examinations – Period (September classes)

  • Examinations to be conducted and marked between 2nd week of June to end of July.
  • Examinations Results Declaration to be in August.
  • March class of Nursing Final Qualifying Examinations can be conducted and marked during this period also.

(ii)Supplementary Examinations.

  • Those referred for 3 months their examinations will be between last week of November and 1st week of December and results declared in the 2nd week of December.
  • September class of Nursing Final Qualifying Examinations can be conducted and marked also during this period.
  • Those referred for 6 months their exams will be between last week of February and 1st week of March and results will be declared in the 2nd week of March.

(b) Final Qualifying Examinations – Period (March classes)

  • This will include Post-basic courses taking 18 months.
  • Examinations will be conducted and marked in the Month of March.
  • Declaration of results – 1st week of April.
  • Supplementary examinations – for those referred for 3 months will be done together with the Final Qualifying Examinations of September class.

6. Block Timetables For Other Activities:

  • Sports – 3rd week of October to end of November
  • Community Service – 2nd Saturday of May
  • College Graduation – 1st Thursday of December
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Briton Solomon Ochieng

Can someone who did his/her kcse 2014 apply for apre-service (regular category) Please assist.?

peris

Is the list of shortlisted students March intake 2017 out

mercy margret

when is this march intake yet the month is almost ending?

Breda nkirote

Wen is the list shortlisted for 2018 March intake