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All foreign students are required to register with Center for International Programmes & Links using the designated registration form

The College has a dedicated hostel block for accommodation of International students at reasonable rates

This campus is located at Kiambu County on the outskirts of Nairobi near Kikuyu town. It hosts the College of Education and External studies. All necessary resources and amenities for students can be found here including Libraries, Student Halls of Residence, Restaurants and Messes and so on...

Climate and Weather

While most parts of Kenya exhibit more or less the same climatic conditions, when traveling across different parts of Kenya, you will experience varying weatherpatterns due to Kenya's differing topographical dimensions.

In most parts of the country, the coolest season falls between July and August with temperatures dropping to the low 50's(°F). In as much as Kenya does not have summer in particular, the months between February and March are known to be the hottest season with temperatures going as high as 93°F.

Generally people talk about wet or dry seasons as opposed to summer, winter, spring or autumn. However, summers, between November and February, are warm and pleasant, with temperatures hovering around the 77°F (25°C) mark. Winter days, between June and August, are mild to cool, with cold evenings when the temperature can drop to 50 °F (10 °C). The rainy season in Kikuyu is during late summer and into autumn, when it is often cloudy and damp, but rainfall is seldom very heavy. The drizzliest months are March to May and October to December.

International students in Programmes

The Department of Extra Mural Centres currently has over twenty foreign students who are undertaking various courses ranging from certificate, Diploma, Bachelor, Postgraduate Diplomas, Masters and PhD Programmes who come from different countries such as: Tanzania, Sudan, Congo, Malawi, Ethiopia, Turkey, Rwanda, Somalia, Thailand, Korea, Liberia, Sieraleone and Uganda respectively.