Application Requirements for Undergraduate Programmes
Required entrance qualifications and grades:
- KCSE minimum mean aggregate of B-
- GCE A – Level minimum grades ABB with A in English Language or English Literature
- GCE AS-Level minimum grades AAA with an A in English Language or English Literature
- IB minimum 34 overall points with grade 5 and above in English
Proof of above mentioned qualifications and grades should be sent in the form of scanned copies of the KCSE or KACE certificates to email@example.com or hand delivered to the admissions office at Strathmore University. If the prospective student is yet to finish KCSE, a copy of the MOCK results will be sufficient proof.
All students applying for admission must sit an Entrance Examination at the University. The Entrance Examination consists of aptitude tests in English and Mathematics, followed by a personal interview. The entrance exam is held on different days for different courses.
Applicants can confirm the days on which interviews are held, and the day on which they should personally attend, by telephoning the Admission Services Office on these numbers 0703 034203/232/297.
On the day of the Entrance Examination applicants should:
- Arrive at the University at 8.00am
- Bringing 2 passport size photographs
- The original and a copy of their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination results and of their School Leaving Certificate
- Candidates should bring a copy of their Birth Certificate/National ID card/Passport
- Any other relevant certificates
- Interview fee; Undergraduate courses KShs 1,800
Full and Partial Scholarships are available on a competitive basis to all students. Some of the Scholarship schemes available are; the Strathmore University Bursary Scheme, Strathmore University Sports Bursary Scheme, European Union Bursary Fund, EABL Scholarships, Martyn Drakard Fund and other individual and corporate sponsors. Kindly click on Financial Aid link for more information. Our ideal is that no deserving student should fail to get a place in SFAE owing to lack of financial means.Education Financing:
To help manage education financing better, Strathmore has partnered with Commercial Bank of Africa and the World Bank's International Finance Corporation to offer low-interest loans to students pursuing degrees and diplomas at the University. They are also eligible for loans from the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB).
Strathmore University has also partnered with Kiva, to offer a unique student loan which would enable low income students to obtain tuition fee loans and laptop loans. This partnership has the potential to give many Kenyan students, who otherwise might not have had the chance, the opportunity to attend and excel in higher education.
Kiva is an online platform that connects field partners to social investors. Strathmore University is Kiva’s first non-traditional partner specializing in student loans.
The tuition and laptop loans are available to undergraduate degree students in the full-time programme. To be eligible, a student must attend a Kiva Loan information session to understand the loan requirements and application process.