In our 22nd graduation ceremony, which was held on November 5, 2022, at the University Graduation Square, the graduands and their families and friends sat with fulfillment as they watched with pride and pleasure one of the most celebrated alumnae make the ceremonial walk in the procession into the graduation square. Sitting with confidence and fulfilled hearts, knowing that they are holistically empowered to beat all odds to become the best in the world, one could notice the shiny faces of the congregants as their faces moved along with the procession with their eyes glued on Qabale Duba, the winner of the Global Nursing Award, who graced their graduation ceremony...Read More
Are you a 2021 KCSE candidate who has been admitted to KeMU? We have good news for you. You can download your admission letter online from the comfort of your home. Follow the steps below...Read More
From a remote village in Marsabet County, Turbi, Qabale Duba became a beacon of hope to her village when she was admitted at Kenya Methodist University to pursue Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Qabale joined KeMU in January 2010. She was dedicated and excelled in her academics throughout her studies. Outside academics, she was active in other student’s affairs. She was elected as a Secretary General (2011) under Kenya Methodist University Students organization. Qabale was the first lady graduate from her village to graduate with Bachelor of Science in Nursing...Read More
Kenya Methodist University (KeMU) Nairobi Campus, had the honour of hosting over 350 delegates drawn from universities and institutions of higher learning across the country for the 4th Annual Kenya Model United Nations Intervarsity Debate, on Saturday 3rd Sept. 2022.
Kenya Model United Nations is a non-profit, student-run society affiliated to the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) based at the United Nations Offices in Nairobi. Established in the year 2001, the society has, over the years grown to amass a membership of over 27 universities, colleges and institutions of higher learning and a total student base of over 500+ members...Read More
The Kenya Methodist University Alumni Association (KeMUAA) has mobilized its members to initiate the KeMUAA Endowment Fund, which is geared towards mobilizing funds to support brilliant but needy students from marginalised areas, minority groups, the disabled, and those without any recourse to other sources of funds, through scholarships…Read More
We don’t just give students an education and experiences that set them up for success in a career. We help them succeed in their career—to discover a field they’re passionate about and dare to lead it.
We are one of the largest, most diverse universities in Kenya with over 32, 000 alumni across the globe, and numerous campuses in different parts of Kenya.
Kenya Methodist University is a Chartered Christian University, with the main campus situated in Meru and campuses at Nairobi and Mombasa. KeMU offers PhD, Masters, Undergraduate, Diploma and Certificate programmes. Our market driven courses, industry linkages and opportunities outside classroom provide positive career outcomes for our students in their chosen fields. Over the years we have grown to be a global brand in higher education with over 32,000 alumni. We are first and only private university in Kenya to graduate medical doctors. To find out more about us, continue exploring our website.
Take a tour in KeMU and you will find the best university in Kenya. The video will take you to every places in this university.
A student of Kenya Methodist University is exposed to a variety of curricula and extra-curricula activities. As you walk about in the pavements of KeMU campuses, be sure you will encounter happy learners interacting, discussing, playing, getting involved, even relaxing. The vibrancy of our environment serves to give learners maximum enjoyment experience in their academic journeys
A student of Kenya Methodist University is exposed to a variety of curricula and extra-curricula activities. As you walk about in the pavements of KeMU campuses, be sure you will encounter happy learners interacting, discussing, playing, getting involved, even relaxing. The vibrancy of our environment serves to give learners maximum enjoyment experience in their academic journeys.
The climax of the Culfest is the hotly contested Mr. and Miss. KeMU beauty pageant. Different contestants showcase their prowess in modeling by displaying their beauty and creativity skills through the different wears, leaving the judges with a difficult task of deciding who was the fairest of them all.
KeMU sports and recreational programmes provide our students with exceptional learning experiences that are not offered in other parts of the University curriculum.
Through participation in university sports, students’ athletes improve their strength, speed, and endurance, and acquire the complex skills and poise needed to perform at their best in athletic competition.
The Sports and Games Department provides high-quality sporting and recreational services for all. It’s mandated to offer indoor and outdoor interscholastic sports and game programs with educational value to both the students and members of staff.
Christian Fellowship is part of the spiritual nurture unit that is largely led by CF (Christian Fellowship) Council as guided by Chaplaincy Department. It is composed of 13 members. Membership into it is open to all KeMU students on session and ready to be committed to CF activities in adherence to CF constitution, policy and University regulations.
The following programs are led by the CF Council and take place on daily basis encompassing several students in various ministries, namely: Discipleship on Tuesday, Prayer and fasting on Wednesday, Mentorship (Anza Fit) on Thursday, ….
We have one of the fastest growing alumni networks in Kenya with over 32, 000 members spread around the globe within a span of a few years
KeMU Alumni Association, abbreviated as KeMUAA is a catalyst for building a vigorous alumni network and a lifelong relationship with KeMU and its constituents, including students and graduates, and for supporting the university’s mission locally, nationally and internationally. KeMUAA was launched in 2008 and as to date over 32,000 members are out in the market….
1. Our Cost: Having a competitive course structure. Our fees has now been reduced by 15%
2. Our Approach: Innovative and experiential learning, aimed at bringing transformation
3. Our Programs: Diverse and innovative market driven programs aimed at bringing transformation