The Kenya Medical Training College is an institution owned by the government of Kenya, which trains several disciplines in the health sector. This institution started in the year 1927 with only four students at Kenya Institute of Administration (KIA), Kabete. Today, KMTC has 71 constituent campuses located all over the country. Every academic year, KMTC admits thousands of students who study either of the 76 courses offered in the institutions countrywide.

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In order to stand a chance for admission in any of the KMTC campuses, here are some requirements;

Certificate course
To be able to join KMTC for a certificate course, you must attain a mean grade of C- in your KCSE examinations. The requirements for the cluster subjects varies according to different certificate courses.

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Diploma course
For you to take up a diploma course in KMTC, a mean of C plain in KCSE is the minimum requirement. Different diploma courses have different cluster subject requirements for acceptance.

Upgrading courses.
Students who have pursued Certificate courses can upgrade to diploma level at a given KMTC campus provided they meet the minimum requirements. In most cases, upgrading of diploma requires a duration of 2 years for one to be upgraded.

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