MKU Student Portal
MKU Student Portal helps students access fundamental services offered at Mount Kenya University. You can now access your fee statement, posted exam results, register units, book hostels and so much more.
Things to get from Mount Kenya University Student Portal
- Information update
- Course registration
MKU Student Portal Login
MKU Student Portal Homepage
To login to MKU student portal homepage: Click Here
Login to the MKU students portal homepage to gain access to personalized information and an abundance of tools including viewing or downloading your:
REGISTRATION OF SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMS ON MKU STUDENT PORTAL
Once the examination results are out, the affected are required to register for a supplementary/special exams in their student portal and generate an Examination card.
On the student portal, select Course registration, then special registration, select Oct special and continue with registration.(the affected units will appear as either special or supplementary).
For you to qualify you must have done your course work(CATS), if missing contact your department.
DOWNLOADING ADMISSION LETTERS FROM MKU STUDENT PORTAL:
Candidates can either download the admission letters and registration documents from the student portal in the University website or visit the nearest University campus/ ODEL Centre. Download the list of students and the prospective courses
- Go to the student portal i.e. https://studentportal.mku.ac.ke/
- Go to applicants /new students
- Enter the application reference or the index no./year e.g. 08237009083/2016
- Click generate applicant letter of offer.
GENERATING A STUDENT EMAIL ON MKU STUDENT PORTAL
Mount Kenya University has fully implemented Student Email on Google Apps for Education. All Mount Kenya University students can now use University Corporate Student Email Addresses.
If you are within Main Campus visit Lab 4 and Lab 5 to retrieve your student email in the format of firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who joined the University in the recent September Intake will wait approximately one week while your accounts are created. The University Management will rely on the emails to send notices, updates, calendar of events and other communication intended to students.
MKU Portal Contacts
MKU Main Campus
P.O.Box 342-01000 Thika, General Kago Road
Tel:(+254 20) 2088310, 2338148, 2338146
Cell: +254 720 790 796, 789 126 571
Fax:+254 20 2050315
MKU Mombasa Campus
Mombasa Trade Centre, Nkurumah Road,
P.O.Box 42702-80100, Mombasa
Tel: 020 8002096/7/8
Nairobi Campus – Mku Towers
P.O.Box 13495 – 00100 GPO Nairobi,
Tel:+254 20 2528803, 0202667731/2/3/4
Cell: 0729256979, 0734667731
Fax:+254 20 2667596
MKU Virtual Varsity – Union Towers
P.O.Box 13495-00100 GPO Nairobi,
Cell: 0700 912 353, 0702 041 042
MKU Nkubu / Meru Campus
MERU Majani Tea Sacco Plaza
P.O.Box 511 Nkubu – Meru
Tel: +254 20 2629462
Fax: 064 51437
Nakuru Campus – Mku Annex
Next to Resma Motors, Opp. Police Hqs
Oginga Odinga Road
P.O.Box 17273-20100 Nakuru, Tel:+254 20 2338144
Cell: 0705 669 811/0789 729 561
MKU Kisii Campus
Umoja Complex,Opposit KCB
Oginga Odinda RD.
P.O.Box 4441 Kisii.
MKU Eldoret Campus
P.O.Box 2591- 30100, Eldoret
Cell: 0724 426 327, 0733, 361 061
MKU Kigali Campus, Rwanda
Avenue-De-la-paix Opp. Belgium School
P.O.Box 5826 Kigali,
Tel:+250 785 709 824 / 0728 551 199
MKU Kisumu Centre
Reliance Building Oginga Odinga Road
P.O.Box 392, Postal code : 40100
Tel: 057- 2029967 ,0724 204 193, 0737 580 998
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MKU Kitale Campus
P.O.Box 1869-30200 Kitale
Tel:+254 20 2330682
Cell: 0717 815 755
MKU Lodwar Centre
P.O.Box 69 Lodwar,
Cell: 0706 278 852, 0789 399 751
MKU Kakamega Campus
Megamall Building, 2nd Floor
Kakamega, Opposite Muliro Gardens
P.O.BOX 553-50100 Kakamega
Cell: 0706 135 160
MKU Kabarnet Campus
Mount Kenya University Plaza
Philemon Jelagat Street, P.O Box 635-30400 Kabarnet
Tel: +254 020 259345 Cell: +254 702 051 405
MKU Hargeisa, Somaliland
Shacab Area (Former UNICEF Building)
Tel: 523088, 523955
Cell: 063-4044402, 065-9088869
MKU Garissa Centre
Corner Plaza/Kenya Commercial Bank Building
Tel : 0725826189
MKU Kampala, Uganda Centre
Plot 3/5 Bombo road near Sure house.Kampala.
P.O Box 4582, Kampala.
Tel +256758666190 / +256 772 335582
Bujumbura, Burundi Centre
Avenue de l’Amitié
ABC Building,Ground floor
Tel:+257 22 27 93 44
MKU Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania Centre
Mlimani Tower (Opposite Mlimani City)
Tel : +255673444101
MKU Kericho Centre
P.O.Box 1902 – 20200 Kericho
Cell: +254 704 229 431
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Mount Kenya University ranked among top universities in Kenya
The 2019 UniRank ranking is here and Mount Kenya University is among the top in Kenya again.
number of independent surveys have ranked Mount Kenya University (MKU) as one of the top universities in Kenya.
The latest listing of Webometrics’ ranking of world universities puts MKU in the league of top five private universities and number 13 overall in Kenya.
Latest Alexa ranking shows that MKU’s website is the third most visited in Kenya.
On its part, UniRank ranks MKU among the top six nationally and number 96 in Africa. This was in a survey of the top 200 recognised higher education institutions in Africa.
MKU principal in charge of corporate services and quality assurance, Prof Peter Wanderi, explains that the university’s growing popularity is a result of its commitment to share activities with the global community through online publishing.
“In this Information Age, it is only right to inform our publics what we are doing in teaching and research,” he says. “Through various digital platforms, we are able to share knowledge widely.”
He adds: “We are doing our best to register improvement in the world map ranking as we strategically position MKU among the premier universities in the world.”
In its survey, uniRank considered 62 universities in Kenya. The ranking also rated universities’ social media presence. MKU scored highly on many criteria. Its Facebook page was ranked number two. Its YouTube posts scooped position three, whereas its Twitter account came in fourth. The university’s Instagram page was, however, not ranked.
On its website, Webometrics explains that its rank of a university “is strongly linked to the volume and quality of the contents it publishes on the Web”.
Prof Wanderi reports that MKU developed 15 sub-websites for schools, alumni and its counselling centre. He believes continuous uploading of university publications and documentaries on YouTube contributed to its top listing.
MKU also submits its links to trusted external directories and updates sitemaps.
“We continuously maintain the university’s websites while implementing best practice,” Prof Wanderi added.
Faculty members are encouraged to cite each other in their publications.
The university uploads course material videos on YouTube and Slideshare, amassing likes as a result.
In the recent past, it has uploaded more scholarly content on its e-repository, one of the riches in the region.
Late last year, the university organised three conferences (the 5th International Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Public Health Conference and Hospitality Conference). The findings from these conferences have been documented online.
Prof Wanderi adds that the university started an e-help desk where students can interact with customer care officers through a live chat system and social media pages: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
MKU’s increased partnerships and linkages with industry and local, regional and international universities have also boosted its online presence.
Prof Wanderi says the university bets on continuous improvements in e-service delivery as key in enhancing its future ranking. “We look forward to offering more e-interaction through our teaching portals and I-Hub solutions,” he explains.
“MKU will continue sharing research findings through our e-platforms and repository portals,” he adds.
The university, he says, shall strive to offer competitive academic programmes at all times.
source: DAILY NATION
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