JKUAT fee structure for self-sponsored students

Here is JKUAT fee structure for self-sponsored students if you are planning to join the institution for either, certificate, diploma, undergraduate or post graduate Programme as a self-sponsored student.

Just so you know, if you decide to join JKUAT as a self-sponsored student, this means that you will be responsible for covering the cost of your education without relying on government-funded scholarships, grants, or subsidies.

Simply, as a self-sponsored students you typically pay the full tuition fees and other associated expenses for your education without any government help.

In this article, we will look at fee structure for self-sponsored students for all the Programmes offered at JKUAT

Continue reading…….

JKUAT fee structure for self-sponsored students

Just before I take you through the overview of the fee structure, it is worth noting that the fee structure includes the following items.

  • Tuition fee
  • Examination fee
  • Registration fee
  • Student University card fee
  • Computer fees
  • Internet fees
  • Library fees
  • Student union Activity fees
  • CUE inspection fees

Side note: Please note that fee vary depending on the course you want to pursue.

Having said that, let us now look at the JKUAT fee structure for self-sponsored students taking different Programmes below.

JKUAT certificate courses and their fee structure

  • Certificate Purchasing and Supplies Management= Kshs. 37, 438
  • Certificate Business Administration= Kshs. 37, 438
  • Certificate Business Process Outsourcing= Kshs. 37, 438
  • Certificate County Governance= Kshs. 37, 438
  • Bridging English/Kiswahili= Kshs. 37, 438

Diploma courses offered at JKUAT fee structure

  • Diploma in HIV/AID management – Kshs. 112,050
  • Diploma in Food Technology – Kshs. 140,000
  • Diploma in Clinical Medicine – Kshs. 152,805
  • Diploma in Information Technology – Kshs. 46,198 per semester
  • Diploma in Business Administration – Kshs. 33,109for each stage

JKUAT post graduate Diploma Programmes fee structure

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Statistics =Kshs. 140,000 per academic year
  • Postgraduate Diploma Applied Mathematics=Kshs. 140,000
  • Postgraduate Diploma Pure Mathematics=Kshs. 140,000
  • Postgraduate Diploma Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Skills=Kshs. 126,000
  • Postgraduate Diploma Entrepreneurship=Kshs. 126,000
  • Postgraduate Diploma Human Resource Management=Kshs. 126,000
  • Postgraduate Diploma Management of Non-Profit Organizations=Kshs. 126,000
  • Postgraduate Diploma Project Management=Kshs. 126,000
  • Postgraduate Diploma ICT Policy and Regulation=Kshs. 126,000

JKUAT fee structure for school of medicine

Judt so you know, the school of medicine in JKUAT is located within the college of health Sciences in JUJA main campus in Juja.

Again here, the charges depend on the course you want to pursue.

For an overview of different medical courses fee structure see below.

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Kshs. 225,000
  • Bachelor of Science in Clinical Medicine – Kshs. 231,649
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery – Kshs. 395,584
  • Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy – Kshs. 168,000
  • Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Sciences – Kshs. 152, 800
  • Bachelor of Radiography – Kshs. 186, 240
  • Bachelor of Science in Medical Microbiology – Kshs. 152, 806
  • Bachelor of pharmacy=Kshs. 160,000
  • Bachelor of science in Medical Biochemistry=kshs.152,806
  • Bachelor of science in Medical Microbiology=Kshs. 152,806
  • Bachelor of science in Nutrition=Kshs. 183,363
  • Bachelor of science in Human Nutrition & Dietetics= 183,363


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More JKUAT bachelor courses fee structure

  • Bachelor of science in Applied Bioengineering= kshs.152,806
  • Bachelor of science in Biochemistry and Molecular biology=Kshs. 152,806
  • Bachelor of science in Industrial Biotechnology=Kshs. 152,806
  • Bachelor of science in Information Technology=Kshs. 182,413
  • Bachelor of science in Computer Science=Kshs. 164,934
  • Bachelor of science in Computer Technology=kshs.164,934
  • Bachelor of science in Food &Technology=kshs.183,363
  • Sc. Food Service & Hospitality Management= kshs.183,363
  • Sc. Agribusiness Management and Enterprise Development= kshs.183,363
  • Sc. Agricultural Economics and Rural Development= kshs.183,363
  • Sc. Agribusiness Economics and Food Industry Management= kshs.183,363
  • Sc. Horticulture= kshs.183,363

JKUAT’s school of law fee structure

  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB)=Kshs. 196,000


JKUAT usually have its intakes three times in a year that is on January, May and, September for all the Programmes except for the bachelor degree Programmes which is done only once in a year, for example on  September intake only.

that being so, make sure to contact the institution to known when is the intakes using the contacts information we will provide as we wrap up.

Application Procedure

To apply as a self-sponsored student, you apply internally at JKUAT main campus, or through its campuses countrywide.

  1. In short, you obtain the application form from any JKUAT branch near you.
  2. Next, you fill out the forms and attach all the instructed documents.
  3. Finally, you pay the non-refundable application fee that will depend on your course as follows;

Certificate Kshs. 500, diploma Kshs. 1000, and degree Programmes Kshs. 1500.

How to pay for your fee at JKUAT as a self-sponsored student

Just like any other student, you should pay your fee through the following banks accounts.

And just before I list the banks to pay your fee through, please not that direct deposit to JKUAT is not acceptable.

Banks to pay through:

  • Co-operative Bank of Kenya – Account Number: 01129098952900
  • Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) – Account number: 1107586933
  • Equity Bank – Account Number: 0090291251426
  • Standard Chartered Bank – Account number: 0108023434900
  • National Bank – Account Number: 0100359580600

Alternatively, you can also pay your fee via M-pesa using the following process

  1. Start by accessing M-Pesa menu from your phone
  2. Next, select “Lipa Na M-pesa” option.
  3. After that, select the “Pay Bill” option.
  4. Enter the “business number” 951200.
  5. From there, enter “account number”.
  6. Now, enter the amount you want to pay for your fee
  7. Then press send (remember to confirm all the information)

JKUAT fee structure for self-sponsored students-Conclusion

To sum up on JKUAT fee structure for self-sponsored students, the JKUAT fee structure for self-sponsored students is designed to facilitate educational pursuits with flexibility and transparency.

So, with the fee structure we have provided above, you should be in a good position to plan for your academic journey effectively.

However, the fee structure is subjected to changes so, it is advisable to reach JKUAT.

To contact JKUAT, you can call any of their branch or visit their official website.

Also, keep in mind that is fee varies depending on the course of choice.


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