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Nairobi University Bachelor Degree in Business and Commerce Admission Criteria

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With the increase and growth of the economy at a steady pace, training is required to ensure that businesses are done in a precise professional manner. Nairobi University is a public university in Kenya that offers a bachelor of science in business degree program. The students have the opportunity to choose their preferences and they are trained in various departments that include;

  • Business administration
  • Finance and accounting
  • Management science

Specialization in various departments is also availed by the school by use of the different course units availed. They include;


o   Procurement and supply chain management

o   Management information systems

o   Operations and technology management

o   Decision science

o   Human resource management

o   Strategic management

o   International business

o   Marketing

o   Insurance

o   Entrepreneurship

o   Investments

o   Corporate finance

o   Financial markets and institutions

o   Financial accounting

o   Taxation

o   Auditing


Admission criteria

The duration of the course takes 4 years with the student required to complete 56 units. The cost for regular students stands at Kshs.22700 while privately sponsored students pay 125000 shillings per annum. However for one to qualify there are certain admission requirements that have to be met. They include;

  • KCSE (Mean C+) and C+ passes in each of the four cluster subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology
  • Or any Group III, IV and V; or Advanced Level Certificate: Two principal passes in Mathematics and Physics with subsidiary pass in Chemistry.
  • Or an ordinary Diploma from a recognized institution with Credit Passes in the relevant subjects; or
  • Higher National Diploma from a recognized institution with passes in relevant subjects; or
  • Technical/Science Diploma from a recognized institution with Credit Passes in Mathematics and Chemistry from a recognized institution; or B.Sc or B.Ed (Science) from a recognized institution;
  • or other appropriate technical qualification at degree level.
  • Individuals with professional certificates are also eligible for application

Location and contact information

In case of any enquiries visit theiradmission reception offices at the main campus administration blog, 1st floor along university way. You can also telephone them at +254-20-318262 ext 28285 or 28213. Fax them at +254-20-245566 or you can email them at [email protected]. You can also visit them at their school of business campus in lower Kabete.

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