Reason Why KMTC has delayed to Open September Intake Portal
Reason Why KMTC has delayed to Open September Intake Portal. Students who want to enroll in the Kenya Medical Training College will have to submit their applications sooner rather than later.
It was revealed by the college that it had not even started taking applications for the September 2023 intake before this occurred.
According to a notice published on the college website, the decision will improve efficiency in the admissions process at the university, according to KMTC CEO Kelly Oluoch.
“To improve the efficacy of our admissions process, we have received and are putting into practice the constructive feedback from stakeholders. We have also collaborated with organizations that share our beliefs in order to enhance our capacity to select and place kids, Oluoch said.
Please be aware that in this regard, the applications for the September 2023 intake at KMTC have not yet been made available. As a result, the selection and placement process has not begun.
Oluoch encouraged prospective applicants to hold off until the college announced the opening of the application portal in the coming days.
Through a parliamentary act, the Ministry of Health created KMTC as a state corporation.
For the benefit of Kenya, East Africa, and beyond, it has been tasked with developing a number of health-related specialties.
The college has 72 campuses strategically located all around the country.
College graduates make up more than 85% of the middle-class local labor in Kenyan healthcare facilities.
Using KMTC as a center of excellence for the training of healthcare professionals is one of the government’s goals to improve the country’s healthcare system.