Nairobi Women Hospital Diploma in Nursing Fees Structure

Nairobi Women Hospital Diploma in Nursing Fees Structure

Details of Study 

  • Mode of Study: Full Time
  • Examination & Licensing: Examination for eligibility for licensing is done the Nursing Council of Kenya
  • Enrollment Intakes: April, September
Diploma in Nursing (KRCHN)

This programme is designed to equip trainees with the right competence in knowledge, skills and attitude in becoming an all round and competent nurse who is able to deliver quality and safe nursing interventions.  A registered community health nurse is diverse and dynamic with the ability to work in different fields of healthcare utilising current medical technology and equipment, globally.  Graduates can secure employment in all level hospitals owned by the government, county, mission   and/or private, healthcare providing institution, international and local non-governmental organisations.  Diploma in nursing holders can advance their studies to degree level or to nursing specialisation field.

Admission Requirements

KCSE Mean grade C (plain) with

C plain in Biology and English/Swahili,

C-(minus) in Mathematics or Physics or Chemistry.


Program NameDurationItemFee (KES)
Diploma in Nursing (KRCHN) 3 Years Tuition Fee (Per Year) 130,000
Mandatory Statutory Fees (Paid Once)
Application Fee 1,000
Student Identity Card & Handbook 1,500
Pre-Entry Medical Examination 3,500
Medical Emergency Kit 2,000
Graduation (final year) 5,000
Caution Fee (Refundable) 2,000
Optional Fees
Accommodation (excludes meals) 3,500

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Date published: 22/09/2017
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