Mitunguu Technical Training Institute Fee Structure

Below is the Mitunguu Technical Training Institute fee structure. So, read on to the end.

Mitunguu TTI is a leading public institution that was established and registered by the TVET Authority in accordance with the TVET Act (Cap 17 of the Laws of Kenya).

Needless to say, the institution has cutting-edge infrastructure and highly qualified staff, both of which contribute significantly to providing graduates with marketable skills.

They offer diploma, craft, artisan and CBET courses.

In this article, we will look at Mitunguu Technical Training Institute fee structure as well as the courses available and any other important information about the institution.

Let’s get started…

 

Mitunguu Technical Training Institute fee structure (for all Mitunguu technical training institute courses)

Regardless of the course, the total fee per academic year is Kshs. 56,420.

Since Mitunguu TTI is a government institution, applying through KUCCPS entitles you to a government subsidy of Kshs. 30,000 per year.

So, out of the total annual fees (Kshs.56,420), you will only have to pay Kshs.26,420, which is less the government capitation of Kshs. 30,000.

It should be noted that in Mitunguu TTI, government capitation is distributed per term as follows:

  • Term 1 Kshs. 7,500
  • Term 2 Kshs. 7,500
  • Term 3 Kshs. 15,000

Needless to say, since there is no capitation for self-sponsored students, they must pay the full amount of Kshs. 56,420 per year.

Having noted that, let us now look at the fee breakdown per term, including any extra levies that you may be required to pay.

 

Mitunguu Technical Training Institute fee structure – per academic year

Term 1

  • School equipment and Stores (SES)= Kshs. 7,500
  • Personal emoluments (PE)= Kshs. 7,000
  • Electricity, water & conservancy (EWC)= Kshs. 2,200
  • Local transport & travel= Kshs. 3,260
  • Repair, maintenance & improvement= Kshs. 1,500
  • Activity fee= Kshs. 1,000
  • Industrial attachment= Kshs. 1,250

TOTAL = Kshs. 23,710

Term 2

  • School equipment and Stores (SES)= Kshs. 7,500
  • Personal emoluments (PE)= Kshs. 4,000
  • Electricity, water & conservancy (EWC)= Kshs. 1,800
  • Local transport & travel= Kshs. 1,550
  • Repair, maintenance & improvement= Kshs.860
  • Activity fee= Kshs. 1,000
  • Industrial attachment= Kshs. 1,000

TOTAL = Kshs. 17,710

Term 3

  • School equipment and Stores (SES)= Kshs. 15,000

TOTAL = Kshs. 15,000

 

TOTAL FEE PER YEAR:

Kshs. 23,710 (term 1) + Kshs. 17,710 (term 2) + Kshs. 15,000 (term 3) = Kshs. 56,420

 

Important note: Please keep in mind that the above fee only covers the tuition fee and does not include boarding fees, national examination fees, or professional bodies’ fees; therefore, you will need to budget for these separately.

Furthermore, all new students will be required to pay the following mandatory fees:

  • Application fee of Kshs. 500
  • Registration fee of Kshs. 300
  • Student’s ID card at Kshs. 250
  • Students welfare fee of Kshs. 400
  • Insurance fee of  Kshs. 500
  • KUCCPS registration fee of Kshs. 1,500

TOTAL = Kshs. 3,450

 

How to pay fees

All college fees must be paid either by money order, banker’s cheque, or by direct deposit to the institute’s collection account number 1169208630 at KCB Bank, Nkubu Branch.

Please keep in mind that cash and personal cheques are not accepted by the institution.

 

Mitunguu Technical Training Institute fee structure: more information

Mitunguu Technical Training Institute courses

Before we get into the courses, please keep in mind that they are either modular or TEP-based.

Meaning…

  • Diploma modular courses are divided into three parts (modules), and when a student completes one, they receive a result slip and can take a break before continuing with the other modules. It’s important to note that a student must pass one module before moving on to the next.
  • Diploma TEP courses: During the eight terms, a student takes a diploma course, takes a break for attachment, and then sits for the final exam.
  • Certificate modular courses are divided into two modules, and when a student completes the first module, they receive a result slip and can take a break before continuing with the other modules. It should be noted that a student must pass one module before moving on to the next.
  • Certificate TEP courses: a student takes a course for the specified terms, and then takes a break for attachment before taking the final exam.

With that in mind, the following courses are available:

1.     BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

Course: Diploma in Banking & Finance (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Diploma in Social Work & Community Development (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Diploma in Human Resource Management (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Diploma in Computerized Secretarial Studies (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Diploma in Supply Chain Management (procurement) module

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Diploma in Accountancy (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Diploma in Business Management (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Diploma in Cooperative Management (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Diploma in Sales & Marketing (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Certificate in Computerized Secretarial Studies (single & group)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Social Work & Community Development (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course:  Craft Certificate in Human Resource Management (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Business Management (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Supplies Chain Management (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Cooperative Management (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Sales & Marketing (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Artisan in Clerical Operations

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 1 year

Exam body: KNEC

 

Course: Front Office Level 4 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months (3 months in college, 3 months attachment)

Exam body: CDACC/MTTI

Intake: Jan, May & September

 

Course: Office Assistant Level 4 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months (3 months in-college, 3 months industrial attachment)

Exam body: CDACC/MTTI

Intake: Jan, May & September

 

 

2.     ICT DEPARTMENT

Course: Diploma in Information Communication Technology (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept.

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Information Communication Technology (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept.

 

Course: ICT Technologist Level 5 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept.

 

Course: Computer Application Packages

Kshs. 4,000 for the complete course.

Course duration: 3 months

Exam body – Internal-MTTI

Intake: Jan, May & Sept.

 

 

3.     HOSPITALITY & COSMETOLOGY DEPARTMENT

Course: Diploma in Food & Beverage Production and Sales Management

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept.

 

Course: Diploma in Catering & Accommodation Management

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept.

 

Course: certificate in Hair Design & Beauty Therapy (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept.

 

Course:  Certificate in Food & Beverage Production and Sales Management

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

Course: Certificate in Catering & Accommodation Management

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

Course: Artisan in Food & Beverage Production and Sales Management

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 1 year

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

Course: Hair Dressing & Beauty Therapy Level 3 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Beauty Therapy Level 3 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Hair Dressing Level 3 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

 

Mitunguu Technical Training Institute fee structure

 

4.     BUILDING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

Course: Diploma in Building Construction Technology (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

Course: Diploma in Civil Engineering (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Diploma in Quantity Survey (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C (plain), with C (plain) in Physics, Mathematics & English/Kiswahili.

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Diploma in Land Survey (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus), with C – (minus) in English, Mathematics & Geography.

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Building Technology (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Plumbing (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Land Survey (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Artisan Certificate in Plumbing

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 1 year

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Artisan Certificate in Masonry

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 1 year

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Masonry Level 3 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

Course: Plumbing Level 3 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

Course: Masonry Level 4 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

Course: Plumbing Level 4 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

 

5.     ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS DEPARTMENT

Course: Diploma in Electrical & Electronics Engineering (power option) module

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Electrical & Electronics Engineering (power option) module

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Artisan Certificate in Electrical Installation (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 1 year

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan

 

Course: Electrical Installation Level 3 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

 

6.     MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

Course: Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (plant option) module

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Diploma in Automotive Engineering (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Automotive Engineering (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Mechanical Engineering (plant operation) module

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Artisan in Motor Vehicle Mechanics

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 1 year

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Automotive Mechanic Level 3

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

Course: Plant & Services Level 4 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

Course: Welding Level 4 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

 

7.     AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT

Course: Diploma in Agriculture (module)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of C – (minus)

Course duration: 3 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Craft Certificate in Agriculture (TEP)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D (plain)

Course duration: 2 years

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Artisan Certificate in General Agriculture

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 1 year

Exam body: KNEC

Intake: Jan & Sept

 

Course: Horticulture Nursery Management Level 4 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

Course: Pig Production Level 4 (CBET)

Course qualification: KCSE mean grade of D – (minus)

Course duration: 6 months

Exam body: CDACC

Intake: Jan, May & Sept

 

You can click here to see a list of all available courses.

 

Mitunguu Technical Training Instiitute fee structure: Hostels, intakes, and contact information

Moving on, we will now look at when their intake occurs, hostel information, and how to contact the institution.

 

Mitunguu Technical Training Institute hostels

The institution offers inexpensive hostel accommodation for a fee of Kshs. 3,000 per term.

Remember that competition for the hostels is tough, so the college allocates on a first-come, first-served basis. So, make your reservation early enough to guarantee a room.

To book a hostel, do so through the school’s student portal.

 

Mitunguu Technical Training Institute intake

Mitunguu TTI has three intakes per year.

Intakes are typically made in January, May, and September of each year.

However, the intakes are determined by the courses that are available at the time.

 

 

Mitunguu Technical Training Institute location and contact

As I conclude, if you require any additional information or have any questions, please contact Mitunguu TTI using the following contact information:

Physical location: Along Mati Rd, 1.5kilometers from Mitunguu Market, Meru.

Postal address: P.O Box, 64, 60204, Meru.

Phone no: 0701 233 591

Email: mitunguutechnical@gmail.com

Website: www.mitunguutechnical.ac.ke

 

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