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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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