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Courses offered in NIBS: the best business college in Nairobi

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Nairobi institute of business studies NIBS is a kenya private institution, it is registered as a post secondary learning institution and as a private limited company. Nairobi institute of business studies NIBS offers courses in different fields of study. There are different departments including which include; department of business studies, department of secretarial studies, school of accountancy, department of journalism and media studies, department of computer sciences, school of tourism and hospitality, department of community development and social work and department of legal studies.

Department of business studies  in kenya is aimed at preparing the students in various professional areas including Human resources, financial management, accounting and marketing, the exams are under KNEC, ICM and ABE, minimum requirement are D+ for ABE, C- for KNEC programs and D+ for ICM programs, the intake period depends on the program you are taking.

kenya School of accountancy offers CPA courses which prepare students to become accountants, credit managers, financial consultants, auditors and finance managers. CPA is a backbone to those who want to pursue Bachelors or Masters Degree, each section of the CPA takes six months. Intake period is January and June, the minimum requirements are CPA C+ (plus), English C+, Mathematics C+ or KASNEB at D+ (plus).

School of Secretarial studies, this school prepares competent secretaries to serve as public relation officers, Administration officers and coordinators. The students are equipped with business communication skills, computer knowledge, office organization and customer care. The units include front office which is examined by KNEC and BITMAN the course takes six months. Telephone operation and reception course is examined by NIBS and duration sis 3 months. The minimum requirements of secretarial course is D plain and the intakes are in the months of January, February, April, May, July and September.

School of Journalism and Media studies, the students learn how to research, analyze, prepare and present news. The students gain the knowledge of digital photography and media law, all the Journalists students from NIBS can communicate effectively in a global communications environment. The core divisions in this school include Diploma in Journalism and Mass communication examined by ICM, the duration is one and half years, Music production permit, this course is examined by NIBS and the duration is three months, Technician certificate is another course under School of Journalism, its duration is three months and it is examined by NIBS. The intake period in this school is in Months of January, March, June and September.

School of Hospitality and Tourism, this school gives the students the skill to work in a vibrant travel and tourism environment. It produces the best tour guides and tour directors. The specialization includes certificate and diploma in food and beverage production and sales service, certificate and diploma of Tourism and Travel and Catering, Accommodation Certificate and food nutrition course. Examining bodies are KNEC and ICM and the duration of diploma courses is on year.

The school has sufficient facilities to support the class work, this include Radio studio, editing suite, library, research hub, college bus and hostels. The town office is located at Ronald Ngala post office building, mobile number is 0721 107 701. Common wealth campus is located in Moi Avenue in Common wealth house in 5th and 6th floors, contact them through 0722 146 035. Thika road campus is located along Thika road near Kimbo, Ruiru, their telephone contact is 0722 654 016.

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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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