PL OPONDI: Student admission to private varsites must be reviewed

In this intake alone, one private received over 5,000 students, the second-largest intake after Kenyatta University.

In Summary
  • This level of support by the government is noticeably absent when it comes to private secondary schools.
  • Private universities must create a niche, a favourable name for themselves to survive.

In the last two intakes, Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service has admitted students to private colleges in large numbers, ostensibly to keep the private colleges ...

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