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It has come to the attention of the college that some unscrupulous individuals using various cell phone numbers are sending text messages to new students who are expected to join the college in September 2014 asking them to send money via Mpesa to book for accommodation.

The college would like to state that it has not asked anybody to send money via Mpesa for any purpose. KMTC operates one Mpesa business number, 964150, to which all Mpesa transactions are channeled through.

For students wishing to confirm availability of accommodation in the campuses they have been sent to, please get in touch with your respective college principals through the telephone numbers provided in the joining instructions attached to your admission letters.

In case of any enquiries please call the following numbers 0706-5418690706-541869, 0737-3525430737-352543, 0772-5920950772-592095.

Please share the information widely.

Thank you.


Admission letters to successful applicants

KMTC has received the list of qualified applicants from Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service, KUCCPS. The college is now in the process of writing admission letters to the applicants, which will be sent to them in about two weeks, using the addresses provided during application. The letters will contain all important details of the course, including reporting date, campus one has been admitted to, the fee structure, and so on.

Candidates who did not include their postal addresses in the application forms are requested to call the following numbers to avail this information; 0706 5418690706 541869, 0737 3525430737 352543, 0772, 592095 or 020-2081822020-2081822/3.

  Replacement of staff who have left service for various reasons
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following posts tenable at the various Campuses of the Kenya Medical Training College to replace staff who have left service for various reasons (read more..........)

  Nyandarua County to start medical training college
KMTC Registrar Mrs. Mary Kanyotu led a team to meet Nyandarua County Governor H.E. Daniel Waithaka Mwangi on 19th March 2014 for an inspection tour of a proposed site for a medical training college.

  Partner donates equipment to college to improve training
KMTC's Clinical Medicine department has received a Kshs 5.3 million donation worth of Ophthalmology equipment from the Fred Hollows Foundation to improve the training of the course.

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  Corporate Social Responsibility
Nairobi MTC's President's Award Scheme treated more than 500 patients during a one-week medical camp at Muusini village in Mwala District on May 20, 2013.
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  Partnering for students welfare
Two reports have been launched to provide improved health services in the country.
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Three more medical colleges opened
As part of its efforts to create more opportunities for training, KMTC has opened three new constituent colleges –in Bomet, Vihiga and Migori.
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