MKU Medical School ranked the overall best

Medical education that promotes excellence in scholarship, research and equitable service to the communities, Mount Kenya University's commitment has seen it elbow out old guards in University's offering Medicine to emerge number one by scoring 82 per cent beating other institutions in a recent report carried out between March 2 and March 6 by a team of technical health experts from the East African Community (EAC) partner states, in line with a directive of the 19th Ordinary Meeting of the EAC Sectoral Council of Ministers of Health in Nairobi on November 1, last year.

The inspection focused on governance, academic programmes, human resource, student affairs, infrastructure, research and innovation.


The report was released in Nairobi by the team of inspectors, which was chaired by Dr Nyemazi Alex, a member of the Rwanda Medical and Dental Council and the chief executive of the Kenya Medical and Practitioners and Dentists Council Daniel Yumbya.

With adequate infrastructure including the state-of-the-art Science Laboratories and a modern Laboratory/Funeral Home at Thika Level 5 and Partnership with Strategic partners; Machakos Level 5 among others, Mount Kenya University prides in scaling the heights of academic excellence in by unlocking infinite opportunities with the precision of a surgeon's blade. Before it's inception, pursuing Medicine in Kenya was a pipe dream, to many. The entry of Mount Kenya University in the league offers hope and continue to make true dreams of many; within Kenya and beyond it's borders by offering QUALITY and AFFORDABLE education.


As students, this news brings joy and pumps hope into you to put more effort in your coursework and believe in yourself- as the World believes in you. You're in the best institution, do your BEST and Be the BEST.

Mount Kenya University administration will continue to offer necessary support to make true the Vision of The School of Medicine:  "To be a role model of Excellence in Science and Technology, Education and Training in Africa"