If you study here, you will receive a great education - something which lasts a lifetime. Beyond that, the extraordinary range of opportunities allows you to choose your student life at Coast Institute of Technology - so it really can be what you want it to be. There is no typical student here and no single CIT experience. At the end of their time here, we want our graduates to have the self-belief to be whoever they want to be and to feel confident and excited about their future.
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The admission options available to prospective students are as follows:-
Diploma: An applicant should have at least a mean grade of C- (Minus)
apart from selected courses such as medical and environmental sciences which the mean grade is C (plain).
Craft: An applicant should have a minimum of a D (plain) in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education.
Artisan:An applicant should have a minimum qualification of Kenya Certificate of Primary Education to qualify for admission.
Short courses: That are internally examined and run between 2 weeks and 6 months and are open to the public.
- Must have a confirmatio letter from the institution
- Must clear school fees or pay atleast 75%
- High School Transcript
- Birth certificate
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Our semester officially begins in January, however some departments may decide to conduct their enrollments off the official schedule depending on the course duration and resource availability or any other appropriate reason as may be approved by the Academic Board of the Institute.
Applications for admission must be in such form and contain such information as prescribed by the Institute. Notwithstanding any provisions of these provisions, an applicant may be required to undergo an interview or sit for entrance examination.
To enhance the provision of learning opportunities, the Institute may admit individuals who posses exceptional qualifications/skills and display potential for professional growth to enroll in the Institute for Specialized Programs. Entry requirements:
It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit to the Coast Institute of Technology valid testimonial and certificates such as School, pre-diploma, or diploma certificates prior to the commencement of classes, where required.
An applicant shall NOT be admitted to any program within the College without satisfying the minimum entry requirements of the Institute. Students must also satisfy respective departmental requirements before registering for courses in any department.
For the trasferees students below are the requirements for one to be admited as a student of coast institute of technology
- Accomplished Application Form
- High School Report Card
- High School Transcript
- Certificate of Good Moral Characte
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The office strives to solve issues concerning students to the best of its ability. This is because of the importance that the office attaches to the wellbeing of the students who are the first and very important clients of the college. The office believes that a satisfied trainee is a crucial cog in the success of the institution. As part of its consultancy and advisory services, the office has established partnerships with organisations that offer an array of complementary services. One of these partners is the Higher Education Loans Board popularly known as “HELB”. This is the government body that offers loans and bursaries to needy students aimed at financing their educational pursuits. The office of the Dean of Students facilitates the process of HELB loan and bursary applications in the institution. To date therefore, hundreds of needy students in CIT have been able to achieve their educational dreams through the support of HELB whose slogan is “Empowering Dreams”. Furthermore, trainees are also assisted to access and benefit other financial assistance courtesy of entities such as the County loans and bursary boards. The office is always eager and ready to go out of its way to ensure that the government’s policy of 100% transition in education is achieved. In the endeavor of creating peace and harmony in CIT, the Dean’s office has been bequeathed with the extra mandate of resolving complaints. Under the Performance Contracting, the office oversees the indicator of Resolving public complaints. To this end, there are established complaints resolution mechanisms that enhance harmonious co-existence in the college. Overall, the office of the Dean of Students supports the provision of quality service to all stakeholders of the institution. In the pursuit of excellent service delivery in CIT, the clarion call for the office is: “Service to mankind is service to God”