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Main Campus

P. O. Box 3900 - 30100,

Eldoret, Kenya
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  • +254 790 940 508
  • +254 736 138 770

Nairobi Campus

P.O. Box 63056 - 00200,

The Bazaar Plaza Building;
Nairobi, Kenya
Moi Avenue adjacent to Biashara Street

  • +254(0)112902618

Coast Campus

P.O. Box 3735 - 80100

Moi Avenue,
Liwatoni Rd, Mombasa

Annex Campus

P.O. Box 1948 - 30100

Nairobi road, Eldoret

  • +254 114 592 641
  • +254 735 617 771

College of Health Sciences

P.O. Box 4606 - 30100,

Eldoret, Kenya

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  • +254 532 033 238
  • +254 774 430 275

Information for Incoming International Students


Moi University is a public university established in 1984 by an Act of Parliament (Moi University Act, 1984) as the Second Public University in Kenya and further given a fresh Charter under the Universities Act No. 42 of 2012 (Rev. 2016). Moi University provides you with a secure physical environment in an academic climate that nurtures intellectual growth and creativity. Our setting is a rural, beautiful campus with friendly staff in an atmosphere that fosters learning and exploration. As an international student you will enjoy a supportive study environment, qualified teachers, good facilities and a friendly atmosphere. The University currently has four campuses, namely: Main Campus, Annex, College of Health Sciences & Nairobi Campus


General Information   
Academic Calendar Semesters begin  September, January and May 
Exchange Duration  Determined by the Programme
Language of instruction  English
Application Procedure /application-procedure  
Contact Information   
Address  3900 – 30100, Eldoret Kesses, 
Eldoret, Kenya 

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School of Engineering
School of Business and Economics
School of Arts & social Sciences
School of Information Sciences
School of Medicine
School of Nursing
School of Public Health
School of Tourism Hospitality & Events  Management
School of Law
School of Dentistry
School of Education
School of Agriculture & Natural Resources
School of Sciences & Aerospace Studies
Application information  
Procedure  Identify the programme of interest and apply  online or contact the Dean or Intern. Office.
Immigration Requirements 
Immigration requirements /immigration-requirements
Kenya Government Directorate of Immigration  Services
International Students  
International students campus support services
On Campus Accommodation  At a cost of Ksh 2000-5000 Monthly  
Off Campus housing Approx. Ksh 6,000 Monthly es/international-students-welfare
Information COVID-19  
Kenya Ministry of Health
University updates and COVID 19 pandemic  protocols & guidelines ovid-19-updates.html
Transport  Public Service Vehicles (known as Matatus) - These are 14-seater minibuses and buses  which are readily available all over the  country. There are also taxis and Special Hire  vehicles, Boda Boda cycles.
Cost of living  Between Ksh 30,000 to 50,000 Monthly 
Public Holidays in Kenya 2022 ya/2022





Dr. Dorothy Rotich
Director, PSSP

Privately Sponsored Students Programme (PSSP) was launched in October 1998. It is an educational service by Moi University through which any Kenyan is able to pursue university education at an affordable rate compared to the cost of similar studies abroad. The programme aims at providing opportunities to secondary school graduates who obtain a minimum grade of C+ at the Kenya Certificate of Secondary School (KCSE) but are not admitted by the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Services because of the limited capacities into public universities. The attendant effect of this is that only about 10, 000 students are offered admission while many other members of the public who would like to further their education have been given an opportunity through this programme. The programme provides many opportunities to thousands of Kenyans to study locally thus enabling the country save a lot of money in foreign currency to foreign universities.


Centres of Excellence



Africa Center of Excellence II in Phytochemicals, Textile and Renewal Energy (ACEII PTRE)

aceii logosThe manufacturing sector is considered to be contributing only 10% of Kenyan Gross Domestic Product. However, the sector is projected to play a critical role in the economic growth of the country, where, an annual growth rate of 10% is envisaged under Kenya Vision 2030. 

This achievement would require an increase in highly skilled personnel in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) to facilitate manufacture of skill-intensive products of high value and quality. However, inadequacy in personnel with advanced training in textiles, phytochemicals and renewable energy fields has been confirmed. Furthermore, it is identified in the National Commission for Science, Technology and Innovation 2014-2018 Strategic Plan as being one of the contributing factors hindering fast industrialization of Kenya. This scenario is not unique to Kenya, but it is a regional trend with similar shortage in skilled manpower reported in all Eastern and Southern Africa countries.
To address the shortage, the Center will support the training of postgraduate students to work in textile related industries, research institutes, and education sector locally and in the region.

For more details, please click here to visit the ACE II - PTRE website


South and East African German Centre of Excellence Research Methodologies and Management (CERM-ESA)

cermesa logoCentre of Excellence for Educational Research Methodologies and Management (CERM-ESA) at the Moi University, Kenya, partners in Germany (University of Oldenburg), South Africa (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University), Tanzania (University of Dar es Salaam) and Uganda (Uganda Management Institute). Through its programmes and networking activities, the Centre has an increased visibility within the region and in the international scientific community by delivering excellent academic results that serve as a basis for evidence-based decision making for improving educational practice.

For more details, please click here to visit the CERMESA website

African Cluster Centre (Moi-ACC)

ACC ogoThe Moi University African Cluster Centre (Moi–ACC) is housed in the Moi University ICDC complex, with members drawn from School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) whose overriding objectives are to offer interdisciplinary teaching and research in the broad field of African studies and to act as the center where all other Africa–focused scholarship in Moi University coalesce. Within the context of these objectives, and building on the very strong tradition of exploring and interrogating diverse ways of knowing Africa that has developed in SASS in the three and a half decades of its existence, the Moi–ACC is envisioned as a hub of outstanding inter–, multi– and transdiciplinary research and conversations that will contribute to the greater understanding of Africa in ways that enable the addressing of significant issues affecting the continent.For more details, please click here to visit Moi-ACC Website



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