NTCC | Intakes

NTCC | Intakes

NTCC | Intakes

Undergraduate Admission

The NTCC has diversified academic programmes and specializations in sciences, applied sciences, technology, humanities, social sciences and the arts. Through self-sponsored programmes, invaluable opportunity has been opened to Kenyans and non-Kenyans, who meet university admission requirements.

The location of NTCC is an advantage that has seen NTCC increasingly become a busy hub and citadel of academic activity at all times. In addition to the regular classes we also conduct evening and weekend Programmes. For information about the entry requirements for undergraduate degree Programmes, diploma, certificate, bridging and foundation courses, Go to our admissions page

Application Dates

NTCC has three intakes in an Academic year for SSP Programmes and short courses
  1. September/October
  2. December/January
  3. April/May
The advertisements for the intakes are usually carried in the local press two months before the intake.

Proficiency in English

Applicants from non-English speaking countries will be required to produce a certificate of proficiency in English such as Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

Distance Education

The NTCC has embarked on ‘Distance Learning’ mode of delivery intended to favour those students who may not be available to take courses either on full time or part time (evenings and weekends) basis. Currently, the following courses are being offered by distance learning mode:-
Other Programmes are due to follow soon.

Deferment

An applicant who for any reason is unable to take up the offer of admission will be required to inform the Academic Registrar by either filling in Form J1/1B of the joining instructions or writing directly to the Academic Registrar. This information should reach the Academic Registrar at least one week prior to the date of registration. An applicant will be required to apply to defer admission on an annual basis but after the second year the offer of admission will lapse and the applicant will be required to re-apply afresh for admission. It is important that an applicant who defers admission ensures that he or she receives an official letter of deferment of admission from the Academic Registrar. An applicant who fails to inform the Academic Registrar of his/her deferment of admission will be deemed to have forfeited his/her position and will be deregistered from the course admitted to.

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About NTCC

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The Nakuru Town Campus College was started in 2001. Operating as a campus then, under the leadership of a Director, its aim was to accommodate students enrolling as SSP in Bachelor of Commerce and MBA.

Our Contacts

Nakuru Town Campus College.

P.o Box 536
Nakuru-Kenya, 20100

Phone: +(254) 051-2215648

Fax: +(254) 051-22147788

Email: raca@egerton.ac.ke

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