The qualifications for any International Student to join JKUAT varies depending on the course one intends to pursue in this prestigious university. We kindly request that you follow this this link www.admission.jkuat.ac.ke/. Click Here for a PDF Document with all the JKUAT Courses and the Requirements .
You are however required to have your grades equated by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) to match the Kenyan standard of grading system.
Click here to download a pdf document highlighting the procedures to undertake while getting your foreign documents equated to match the Kenya Education System standards/grading system.
However, in case of any challenges, our office will be glad to assist you with getting all the necessary information for your admission process to JKUAT.
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What legal documents does one needs before studying in Kenya and where do I get them?
While in Kenya,
- It is an offence to receive education or training at any educational or training establishment within Kenya without a pupil’s / student’s pass (section 30 (7) of the Kenya citizenship and Immigration Regulations,2012)
Click here to view the requirements for getting a Pupils pass.
Where can I get the JKUAT applications form?
The Applications forms are available online. Visit www.admission.jkuat.ac.ke/ however in case of any challenges, ALISO is here to serve you, e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I expect when studying in Kenya?
We recommend you visit the Download section of ALISO webpage (click here) and download The International Students Guide and other important documents.
Accommodation and Transport from the Airport
If you are an exchange Staff or Student or a visiting staff and you need a short accommodation plan, you are advised to make a request to ALISO through your supervisor/host/hosting Department one month before the day of travel.
For any special case, kindly contact ALISO though email@example.com