University of Nairobi Nursing Fees Structure

This is the fees structure of Nursing at the University of Nairobi. In this article, we will also list the admission requirements for this course. Nursing is one of the most marketable medical courses to study in Kenya.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) graduates can pursue careers as KRCHN in clinical settings such as hospitals, community health agencies, managers of nursing services, academics, and maternity units. The University of Nairobi is undoubtedly one of the best institutions to study nursing in Kenya.

A Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree takes 4 years at The University of Nairobi.

Mode of study: Full Time / Distance Learning for Upgrading

Minimum Admission Requirements 

  •  KCSE mean grade of C+ and a minimum grade of C+ or equivalent in Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics, and English or Kiswahili.
  • Advanced Level Certificate (EAACE or KACE) with two Principal passes in Biology and Chemistry and at least a subsidiary pass in Mathematics or Physics.
  • Holders of Diploma of Kenya Registered Nurse or Kenya Registered Community Nurse with K.C.S.E. mean grade of C Plain or its equivalent and pass in English

Fees Structure for Bachelor of Nursing (Ksh)

Year 1
Semester 1 202,000
Semester 2 162,000
Total year 1 fees 364,000
Year 2
Semester 1 197,000
Semester 2 162,000
Total year 2 fees 359,000
Year 3
Semester 1 196,000
Semester 2 162,000
Total year 3 fees 358,000
Year 4
Semester 1 193,000
Semester 2 162,000
Total year 4 fees 355,000
 
Grand Total Nursing Fees 1,436,000

Please note that the fees are subject to change. Contact the school using the avenues below for fee policies and payments.

UON School of Nursing

Tel: 0202711250, 0202726300 – Ext.43390

Email: [email protected]

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