Fees for Medicine Law and Engineering in Most Popular Universities in Kenya
Fees for Medicine Law and Engineering in Most Popular Universities in Kenya. A recent study has revealed the cost of enrolling in a few highly desired majors at the leading universities in Kenya.
Medical, dental, and pharmacy schools continue to be the most expensive, per a Business Daily analysis.
Students must pay Ksh 612,000 every year to study medicine at Kenyatta University (KU), Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), Maseno University (MSU), and Moi University (MU).
According to data provided by Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS), Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MUST) charges Ksh 306,000 for the same program.
For a medical degree, the University of Nairobi (UoN) charges Ksh 539,750, while Kisii University (KSU) charges Ksh 461,210.
In other locations, enrolling in medici at private universities like Mount Kenya University and Uzima University will cost you Ksh 510,000 and Ksh 592,500, respectively.
However, there are just two universities that offer a degree in dentistry surgery.
It consists of Moi University and the University of Nairobi, whose respective yearly expenses are Ksh 521,000 and Ksh 612,000.
To pursue a pharmacy degree at Maseno, Kenyatta, or Kisii Universities, students must pay Ksh 428,400 or Ksh 418,770, respectively.
The cost of the programme at UoN is Ksh 413,950 per year.
A degree in clinical medicine would cost Ksh 720,000 annually, a degree in clinical dentistry would cost Ksh 720,000 annually, and a degree in veterinary medicine would cost Ksh 564,000 annually, according to the Differentiated Unit Cost (DUC) model.
At Egerton University, a law degree costs Ksh 214,700; at the University of Nairobi, it costs Ksh 221,850; and at Moi, Maseno, and KU, it costs Ksh 183,600.
The most expensive private university, Daystar University, charges Ksh 335,000 per year in tuition for legal courses, followed by Africa Nazarene University at Ksh 269,250 and Kabarak University at Ksh 256,250.
Engineering courses cost Ksh 336,600 at JKUAT, KU, and the University of Eldoret, versus Ksh 374,850 at the University of Nairobi.
The identical program is priced at Ksh 300,000 at the Technical University of Kenya (TUK) and Ksh 302,940 at the Technical University of Mombasa, respectively.
According to a recent WoK article, a student at Daystar University who wishes to pursue a legal degree must pay a total of Ksh 335,000.
Second place goes to Africa Nazarene University with a fee of Ksh 269,250, followed by Kabarak University with a fee of Ksh 256,150.