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Extra Mural Centres (study centres) of University of Nairobi in Kenya.

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Are you working and want to study educational courses while working in kenya? Or are you living far away from Nairobi city and wish to pursue an educational career in one of the Kenyan university? Then, you are in the right place because the University of Nairobi has a well established extra mural centres across the country (Kenya) so that Kenyans can gain educational access wherever they are. The University of Nairobi has decided to open extra mural centres in some towns where there were no colleges in the first place such as Lokichogio and Garissa town.

The programmes which are being taught at the university of Nairobi extra mural centres across the country of Kenya range from certificate to doctor of philosophy. The courses are based majorly on education (arts and science) although other social sciences courses such as business (only certificate courses) are also being offered. These extra mural centres are managed under the school of continuing and distance learning, college of education and external studies at the University of Nairobi.

If you are around Nairobi city and wish to enroll for educational courses, you can join the nearest extra mural centre which is near your town. People, who are working and due to restriction cannot study at a far place like Nairobi, can also enroll for the same courses.

The extra mural centres of the University of Nairobi are found in many towns and cities in Kenya. They include Nairobi city, Mombasa city, Kisumu city, Nakuru town, Kakamega, Nyeri, Garissa, Meru, Kisii, Kapenguria, Lokichogio and Thika town.

The extra mural centre in Nairobi is found at the main campus of university of Nairobi, in Gandhi wing. Its contacts are postal address of Box 30197-00100, Nairobi and the telephone number is 020 318262 while that one of Mombasa city is located at Uniplaza building and can be contacted through the postal address Box 83732, Mombasa. Their telephone contact number is 020 2026100.

In Nakuru town, extra mural centre is located in catholic diocese of Nakuru building and their contact is a postal address of Box 1120 and a telephone number of 051 212484. The Kakamega extra mural centre is stationed in Walia’s shopping complex and can be contacted through the address Box 422, Kakamega and the telephone number 056 31038.

In Kisumu city, extra mural center for the University of Nairobi is located in former British council library and can be contacted through the address Box 825, Kisumu and a phone number of 0722442556. Extra mural center in Nyeri town is located in N.D.C.U. building and its contacts are a postal address of Box 598-10100, Nyeri and a telephone number 061 30460 while that one of Meru town is located in Meru post office building and they can be contacted by postal address Box 3054-60200, Meru and using a phone number 0722836948.

In Garissa town, the study centre is located in Garissa commercial college building and the contact is Box 1207, Garissa and phone number 0722821341, in Kapenguria town, it is located in Kapenguria bible college and can be contacted by address Box 460, Kapenguria and a mobile phone number 0733418470 while that one of Thika town is located in Thika Arcade building and they have a mobile number of 0722777543.

The extra mural centre (study centre) of the university of Nairobi for Lokichogio town is located at the former United nation (UN) camp and an only be contacted by a phone number 0722645146.

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