8 years ago

Minimum Entry Requirements to Faculty of Media and Communication at Multimedia University of Kenya

University education is in high demand in Kenya as a result of the revolution that the world is heading. These has made entrepreneurs and the government to establish and upgrade other institutions to accommodate and be able to provide the students with the knowledge they require for the future life.

Multimedia University of Kenya was established as a constituent college of JKUAT and it is located along Magadi Road which is near Ongata Rongai. It is a public university and therefore they are allowed to offer diploma and degree programmes in various courses in professional areas.

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9 years ago

Contacts Of MultiMedia University Of Kenya

MultiMedia University of Kenya is located in Magadi Road, Opposite KWS Mbagathi Gate and next to Ongata Rongai in Nairobi.

The telephone contacts of MultiMedia University of Kenya in Nairobi are 254 20 2071392/3/1 and Mobile 254-724257083 and 254-735900008. The Fax is +254 20 2071247. 

The email address of MultiMedia University of Kenya in Nairobi is

The website of MultiMedia University of Kenya is at

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9 years ago

The Top Professional Examinations In Kenya

There are various professional examinations in Kenya which are administered by different exam bodies within Kenya. The courses offered by these examination bodies in Kenya transforms one to the ladder of being a profession and  qualified persons in Kenya who can acquire jobs within Kenya and the outside world. The courses in Kenya are in high demand because of their international recognition. The top most professional courses in Kenya include;

Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Kenya

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9 years ago

Where To Enrol For Media-Related Courses In Nairobi, Kenya

There is no doubt that the media industry in Kenya has grown in leaps and bounds over the past couple of years. This is pretty much evident by the fact that many media houses in Kenya have set up base in the recent times, just to beef up the competition. Unlike in the 1990s, when all Kenyans were forced to watch was KBC television and listen to KBC Radio Taifa, things have truly changed over the past one decade. Generally, the 21st century has seen many developments in Kenya, and this means in all facets of life.

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