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Fee Structure

The institute offers flexible fees payments according to illustrations below

NTA Levels 4-6 (Community Health Worker, Clinical Officer and Assistant Clinical Officer) Remarks
Item Year ONE

NTA Level 4

Year TWO

NTA Level 5

Year THREE

NTA Level 6

Registration Fee
Tuition Fee  2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000
Training materials  100,000 100,000 100,000 Includes practical books, guidelines, IPC materials etc
External Examination Fee 150,000 to be paid by the student to the MOHCDEGC
In Semester 2
Identity Card  5,000
Internal Exams and Field Training 200,000 200,000 200,000
NHIF 50,400 to paid to NHIF For those who have no Insurance
Hostel          200,000          200,000          200,000 100,000 per semester-OPTIONAL
Students Organization               – To be determined by the students’ organization
Total  2,505,000 2,505,500 2,505,000

Mode of Payment

Payment in full (whole year) or partial (one semester) should be deposited into CRDB Bank (any branch) and the slip filled out as follows:

Account Number: 0150268846000

Account Name: TAHURU CO. LTD

The original bank slip will presented to the cashier at the time of registration/reporting. Students will only be admitted on evidence of payment


Partial (First Semester) payment schedule

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Without Hostel 1,405,000 1,000,000
With Hostel 1,505,000 1,100,000

 


Other costs

Accommodation

Students wishing to stay at Institute’s hostel will pay 100,000 per semester for bed only.

Meals

Low priced, quality meals are available at the Institutes canteen at student’s cost; at least, 5000 shillings per day will be needed daily

Stationery

  1. Writing material- at least 5 counter books per semester
  2. Pens
  3. Folders, paper punch etc

Reference materials

The Institute has soft copies for all the required textbooks that students can access by CD-ROMS at the computer library.

Items for clinical training (ACOs and COs training)

At the beginning of the 2nd semester a student will be required to bring the following items:

  1. A white coat
  2. A clinical thermometer
  3. A stethoscope
  4. Other items as may be recommended by the lecturer

Personal items

The student is required to bring the following personal items

  1. A mattress- 6feet x 3feet, 6inches thickness. This is property of the student that they will go away with after graduation
  2. Toilet and laundry soap, tooth brushes, toilet sandals
  3. Toilet paper