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Kenyatta University Bachelor Of Science In Agribusiness Management And Trade Undergraduate Admission Criteria

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Kenyatta University offers a Bachelors of Science (Agribusiness and Trade) option under the department of Agribusiness Management and Trade. Applicants from East Africa and non-East African’s are encouraged to apply for the Bachelor of Science (Agribusiness Management and Trade) course. Individuals who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply for the course.

Application Criteria

  • Applicants should have a minimum of C+ at KCSE or equivalent in order to be considered for the course.

  • They should also have a minimum of C+ in Mathematics and also a minimum of C+ in two of the following subjects namely: Agriculture, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics and Geography.

  • Individuals who have attained a grade C (plain) in KCSE and who in additionally have a Diploma in fields such as Accounting, Agribusiness, Business Studies, Economics or a related discipline are eligible to apply so long as the acquired a minimum of a credit in the said courses.

The duration of study takes up to four years for student to complete the degree course. In order to have successfully completed the course, students need to complete a minimum of 56 units throughout their first year to fourth year. The first year students (100 series) have to complete three prescribed units as well as seven additional units. In the second year of study, students need to complete nine units plus an additional five units prescribed by the department for their 200 series. Third year students are required to take fourteen core units for their 300 series while the fourth year students need to take 16 units, four core units plus twelve additional units for their 400 series.

Fees required for the Bachelor of Science (Agribusiness Management and Trade)

The amount payable for BSc. Agribusiness Management and Trade is as follows: there is a statutory fee of Ksh 21, 200 per annum plus an additional Ksh 120, 000 for those who hail from East Africa. Charges from non East Africans include the statutory fee plus an additional fee of Ksh 175, 000 only.

In case of enquiries

In case of enquiries individual can use the following contacts:

The Dean

School of Agriculture

P.O Box 43844 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

Email: [email protected]

Phone Number: 8710901 Ext 3634, +254 – 202300126

Corporate reach +254 – 202310599

Fax 811575

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