Kabarak University is a private Chartered institution of higher learning that provides holistic christian-based quality education,training research and outreach activities for the service of God and humanity.It was established in October 2002 by the second President of Kenya,His Excellency Daniel Arap Moi,who is also the Chancellor.
This was as a result of his visionary idea of setting up a Christian University that would meet the demand for higher education in Kenya and offer quality education based on string moral principles.
Kabarak University is located 20kms north of Nakuru town,along the Nakuru-Eldama Ravine highway.It is in a serene environment that makes it an ideal place for learning
Student Population and Courses on offer
Today the University has over 2500 students pursuing various academic courses in Science, Engineering, Technology, Business, Theology and Education. It has since had several graduation ceremonies in which over 2000 students have graduated.
Nakuru Town Campus opened its doors to students in September 2006. It is situated at Kabarak Plaza along the Nakuru- Eldama Ravine highway opposite National Oil Petrol Station. This well equipped modern learning environment includes a library and computer laboratory to support degree programmes, diploma and certificate courses. Our programmes cater for the needs of all our students in terms of flexibility in the mode and in time of delivery i.e. we have full-time, and part-time (evenings and saturdays).
Courses on offer
The Nakuru Town Campus offers the following post graduate, undergraduate degree programmes, diploma and certificate courses:
- Master of Business Administration
- Master in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Business Management and Information Technology (BMIT)
- Bachelor of Commerce with the following options:
- Human Resource Management and
- Short-term Management Development Programs (MDPs)
- Short-term courses and seminars/workshops in the following areas: Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Computer Profficiency, Strategic Planning among others.
a) Full time Study For a period of 4 academic years or 8 semesters. Full time students may b able to complete a degree programme in 3 calendar years, each consisting of 3 semesters.
b) Part time Study (Evening and Saturday) For a maximum of 8 academic years or 16 semesters.