Here’s why you need to attend an SU Open Day

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Completing your KCSE/A levels is a significant achievement, marking a journey from the roots of your nursery school dreams to the brink of the next chapter: university life.

As you stand at this crossroads, contemplating the course of your academic journey—degree or diploma, and in which field—questions swirl in your mind. Which university or college aligns with your chosen path of study? 

Attending a university open day is the first step. Here’s a few reasons why;

  • Come meet the University Support team

Attending an open day gives you an opportunity to interact and engage with the University Support team including the Admissions Office, Faculty staff, Career Services, Financial Aid and many more. This helps address any queries or concerns that you might have, making  you feel confident and ready to start your university applications.

  • Meet the current students

What better way to understand the true student experience than having enrolled students from different schools showcase their unique journeys? Their stories and journeys will provide you with valuable insights into university life, aiding you in making informed decisions.

  • Explore Campus Facilities

During an open day, one gets the opportunity to check out the amazing facilities on campus, equipment, amenities and so much more. Taking a university tour lets you experience the campus atmosphere and see the classrooms.

Did you know that you have the option to take your Strathmore Entrance Examination on the day of the Open Day?

Before you attend the Open Days, here are some important things to bring and keep in mind:

  1. A print out of your KCSE results from the KNEC portal/IGCSE O/A Level results.
  2.  Scanned copy of your National ID / Passport / Birth Certificate.
  3. 2 Passport size photos.
  4. Interview fees;
  • Undergraduate courses and ACCA – Ksh. 2000.
  • Short courses, Diploma and Professional course – Ksh 1500.

** Kindly note that one can do the entrance examination on site except for the Bachelor of Laws.

 

Contact details:

Fenuel Kalulu – fkalulu@strathmore.edu +254 721 468 550 

 John Robert – jouko@strathmore.edu +254 729 942 320

What’s your story? We’d like to hear it. Contact us via communications@strathmore.edu

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