Successful KMTC applicants are required to download their KMTC admission letters from the student portal. The process of retrieving these letters is straightforward and does not take too much time. In the past, people had to visit specific centres to collect their letters, but the process is much simpler today.
KMTC admission letters contain all the details about the course and department you wish to join. Also included is the fee structure. Unlike before, you can download your letter online via the student portal.
KMTC admission letters: all you need to know
KMTC offers a wide range of health and medical-related certificate, diploma, higher diploma, and short courses to interested and qualified students. It has over 70 campuses located in different parts of the country.
Students are at liberty choose the campus of their choice depending on the programme they wish to pursue.
The institution has a student portal where prospective students submit their applications. Successful ones can retrieve their KMTC admission letters through the same portal.
How to download admission letters from the KMTC student portal
The KMTC portal is accessible to regular and self-sponsored students. The institution has digitised its application process, meaning all applications are submitted online.
For this reason, anyone wishing to download their admission letters in 2024 must have created an account on the student portal. Follow the steps below to access and download your admission letter.
- Visit the KMTC student portal on an internet-enabled device.
- Log into your account using your email address and password (the ones you used when creating the account during the application process).
- Click the Admission Letter tab.
- You will view, download, and print your KMTC admission letter.
KMTC online application in 2024
As earlier mentioned, you can only download your admission letter after successfully applying for a course in the institution.
Currently, KMTC accepts applications submitted online via the student portal or the KUCCPS online platform. Below are the steps you should follow to apply for admission into your dream programme.
- Visit the KMTC website on an internet-enabled device.
- Click Apply Now on the homepage.
- You will be redirected to the KMTC student application portal.
- Download and read the application instructions.
- Create an account on the portal by clicking Register on the top right of the page.
- If you already have an account, enter your login details.
- On the left sidebar of the personal dashboard, click Application.
- Enter the required details and confirm all the information is accurate.
- Follow the prompts to complete the application documents.
- Attach the relevant documents as prompted. Note that this step may be temporarily waived.
- Submit your application and wait for communication from KMTC.
KMTC diploma and certificate courses
The institution offers the courses listed below.
- Clinical Medicine and Surgery (Diploma and Higher Diploma)
- Community Oral Health (Diploma)
- Dental Technology (Diploma)
- Health Promotion and Community Health (Certificate, Diploma, and Higher Diploma)
- Health Records and Information Technology (Certificate and Diploma)
- Medical Education (Higher Diploma)
- Medical Engineering (Certificate, Diploma, and Higher Diploma)
- Medical Laboratory Sciences (Diploma and Higher Diploma)
- Nursing (Certificate, Diploma and Higher Diploma)
- Nutrition and Dietetics (Certificate and Diploma)
- Occupational Therapy (Diploma and Higher Diploma)
- Optometry (Diploma and Higher Diploma)
- Orthopaedic Technology (Diploma and Higher Diploma)
- Pharmacy (Diploma and Higher Diploma)
- Public Health (Certificate, Diploma and Higher Diploma)
- Radiography and Imaging (Diploma and Higher Diploma)
- Orthopaedic and Trauma Medicine (Certificate and Diploma)
- Physiotherapy (Diploma and Higher Diploma)
The institution also offers the short courses listed below.
- Adherence Counseling
- Monitoring and Evaluation
- Healthcare Entrepreneurship
- Health Systems Management
- Safe Phlebotomy
- Integumentary and Wound Care
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Nutrition in Critical Care
- Point of Care Ultrasound in Midwifery
- Infection Prevention and Control
- Exercise Physiology and Prescription
- HIV Training and Counseling Services (HTS)
- Upper Extremity Splinting in Occupational Therapy
- Regional Anaesthesia and Acute Pain Management
- Community Health Extension Work
- Community Mental Health
- International English Language Course
- Leadership Development Programme
- First Aid and Basic Life Support
- Sign Language for Health Workers
- Paediatric Neuro-rehabilitation
- Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation
How do you get your admission letter for KMTC?
You can get your letter online. Simply visit the student portal, log in, and access it on the Admissions tab.
How to log into your KMTC student portal?
First, visit the official KMTC student portal on an internet-enabled device. Next, enter your email/username and password, then click Log In.
How can you check where you have been placed by KMTC?
You can check your placement through the student portal. The institution has digitised its processes, so all communication is made online.
Is there an intake in KMTC in 2024?
Yes, there will be two intakes in 2024. One will happen in March and the other in September.
Can you apply for KMTC through KUCCPS?
Yes, you can. Applications can be submitted online via the KUCCPS students’ portal.
Retrieving KMTC admission letters is quick and easy using the student portal. All successful applicants should get their letters from the online platform.
Tuko.co.ke recently published a list of the most marketable medical courses in Kenya with their salaries. In Kenya, several medical courses are considered highly marketable due to the increasing demand for healthcare professionals.
Among the most marketable medical courses are Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Pharmacy, Nursing and Clinical Medicine. The Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board (MPDB) is responsible for regulating medical course training.