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African Nazarene School Of Mass communication Admission Criteria

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African Nazarene University is a private university in Kenya. Chartered in 2002 by the commission of higher education it offers a bachelor degree in mass communication. African Nazarene University has an up to date, state of the art technology that is well equipped to offer above average training to its students. It ensures that individuals who graduate have the necessary training to have successful careers in journalism. The training is provided in various departments that include;

  • Electronics
  • Print journalism
  • Public relation/corporate communication
  • Book publishing
  • Advertising

Admission criteria

The duration of the study takes up to 3 years with the option of enrolling for day or evening classes. However to qualify the following admission requirements should be satisfied by the applicant. They include;

  • Applicants should have attained a minimum grade of C+ grade or equivalent in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).
  • The applicant should also have obtained at least a B- in English alone. The applicant should also have obtained at least a c+ in mathematics
  • The applicants are also required to undertake pre university tests offered at the African Nazarene university in which they are required to obtain a Minimum of 2.7 (B-) in order to qualify.
  • Individuals who have attained a c plain in KCSE are also eligible in the addition of certain credentials;

Diploma in fields such as journalism, public relations or a related field as long as they acquired a minimum of a credit in the said course.

  • Applicants with proficiency in typing (keyboard) and pass in foreign language (French, German, Japanese, Spanish) have an added advantage.

Fee and contact information

The fee stands at 750 us dollars per annum for those hailing in East Africa. Non- East Africans attract a fee charge of 1000 us dollars per annum. Subject to change from time to time

In case of any enquiries, visit their official website at anu.co.ke or email them at their official email address at [email protected]. Also be free to visit their offices at their campuses at. Main campus is located at Ongata rongai, 25 km from Nairobi, or at their other campuses at their campus at the Nairobi CBD located in Stanbank building along Moi Avenue. You can also write to them at their post office Address at PO box 53067-00200 Nairobi. You can also call them at +254 (20) 252 7170 or +254 (20) 201 2233. You can also visit their other campuses at their Kisii branch at Nyamachara building located along Kisii Nakumatt road next to KCB bank or call them at 0726675428. At their Eldoret campus at the AIC building or call them at 0707083021. You can also visit them at their Machakos campus at ABC Imani plaza, at Machakos CBD or call them at 0724220748.

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Hailing from Nairobi, Kenya's bustling capital, Laura Wanjiru has always been at the crossroads of innovation and tradition. As a child, she was deeply fascinated by the range of products that would make their way into her family's household – from traditional Kenyan crafts to the latest technological gadgets.

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