KUCCPS Degree Programs with Fees over 500k Per Year. Most students who scored a C+ or higher on the KCSE exam in 2022 would have to cover all or a portion of their university tuition.
This followed the administration’s admission that, due to a lack of finance, only 45,000 of the 173,000 qualified students could be sponsored.
Since some degree programs are outrageously pricey, our team created a list of colleges that charge more than Ksh500,000 annually in tuition for students to pursue some of the degree programs.
At the University of Nairobi, two degree programs would cost more than Ksh 500,000.
At the University of Nairobi, you must pay Ksh521,000 for a Bachelor of Dental Surgery program and Ksh539,000 for a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery program.
A student at Moi University must pay Ksh612,000 to earn a bachelor’s degree in dental surgery. A bachelor’s degree in medicine or surgery likewise costs Ksh612,000.
Only Moi University and the University of Nairobi (UoN) are authorized to provide the Bachelor of Dental Surgery.
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) and Kenyatta University are two other public universities that charge more than Ksh500,000 for degree programs.
Kenyatta University would charge you a similar sum, whereas JKUAT will cost you Ksh612,000 for a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
A medical degree from the private university Uzima University, which has a campus in Kisumu at Kondele Off Kisumu-Kakamega Road, costs Ksh592,500.
At the Christian-owned Kenya Methodist University, a medical degree costs Ksh559,000.
A medicine degree at Mount Kenya University costs students Ksh510,000 per year.
The application fee for the JKUAT Bachelor of Pharmacy is Ksh492,660, or just under $500,000 in total.
According to the CEO of KUCCPS, universities are not allowed to change their tuition for a period of four years.