How to Apply for KMTC Courses Added to KUCCPS’s Portal

How to Apply for KMTC Courses Added to KUCCPS’s Portal.

The first-ever application for Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) courses on the platform was announced by the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) on Saturday, July 22.


Applications for medical courses are now being onboarded for the first time onto the KUCCPS systems.

The application period for the September 2023 semester will open on July 1, 2023, and it will finish on August 4, 2023.

“KMTC courses are now open for  enrollment on the KUCCPS portal. On August 4, 2023, the application for the  September 2023 intake will expire. Part of the statement stated, “Spread the  word.” How to Apply Visit the application site at www.students. to submit an application for any position.

Log in with your student information and use the application portal to submit an application for the specified course.


There are a variety of courses available, including certifications and diplomas.


Medical engineering, health records and information technology, orthopedic trauma medicine, community health, nutrition, and dietetics are among the certificate programs.


Medical Laboratory Sciences, Radiography and Imaging, Health Counseling, Nutrition and Dietetics, and Community Health are a few of the diploma programs one can apply for.

On the website, you may also find information about the new Emergency Medical Technician Diploma program.


According to KMTC’s requirements for admission to a diploma program, candidates must have earned a mean KCSE (Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education) grade of C, with particular grades in certain disciplines.


A C in biology, a C- in chemistry, and a minimum grade of C in English or Kiswahili are necessary. Candidates also need to have earned a C- in either physical sciences, physics, or math.

The particular entry requirements for certificate courses at KMTC vary depending on the program of interest. For instance, applicants for a certificate in public health must have a mean KCSE mark of C-. On the other hand, a mean grade of D+ is required to be qualified for the Nutrition and Dietetics certificate program.


Interested candidates should visit the KMTC website to learn in detail about the costs and standards for various courses.

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