Kenya School of Monetary Studies Entry Requirements

Kenya School of Monetary Studies Entry Requirements

The Kenya School of Monetary Studies Entry Requirements 2023/2024. See Details of Kenya School of Monetary Studies Entry Requirements on this page.

Kenya School of Monetary Studies is one of the best universities in Kenya. The school offers many programmes to train students to become great professionals and leaders in the future.

Kenya School of Monetary Studies Fees Structure

Before one can get admission to read their preferred course, you need to meet the Entry/Admission Requirements for that particular course. The Admission Office of the Kenya School of Monetary Studies has announced the available Courses and their Admission Requirements for 2023/2024 Kenya School of Monetary Studies Intake.

The Kenya School of Monetary Studies hence welcome applicants to apply to read their Courses, therefore, applicants should read the Entry Requirements provided below well.

Details of Kenya School of Monetary Studies Admission Requirements 2023/2024

For course entry requirements please see the online Undergraduate Prospectus or the online Postgraduate Prospectus.  Contact the School for Details:

  • Kenya School of Monetary Studies,
    Mathare North Road,
    Off Thika Super Highway (exit 6).
    P.O. Box 65041-00618 Nairobi, Kenya.
  •  +254 20 8646000, +254 20 8019996
  •  +254 727/733 600668-70

Enquiries:

ksmscommunications@ksms.or.ke

Conferencing/ Hotel Reservations

  • reservations@ksms.or.ke
  •  www.ksms.or.ke

Kenya School of Monetary Studies (KSMS) was established as a School of the Central Bank of Kenya and registered in 1997 as a corporate entity, limited by guarantee; under the Companies Act (Chapter 486 of the Laws of Kenya); with the primary mandate to build capacity for the banking industry and support the Bank deliver on its core mandate of fostering a stable and well-functioning financial system.

This was in response to the bank failures experienced in the 1980/the 1990s, which were mainly attributed to inadequate staff with requisite skills in banking, financial management, implementation of economic reforms and inadequate postgraduate economists required to formulate economic policies. The Central Bank of Kenya and the Ministry of Finance, therefore, found it necessary to establish KSMS as a training institution dedicated to offering specialized education and training programs in banking, finance, economics and other related studies, which were not available in other training institutions and universities.

The school, which started off by taking over short term management and skill development programmes hitherto run by the defunct College of Banking and Finance (CBF), has continued to offer demand-driven short term management development courses and filled in gaps for advanced knowledge and education in the long term postgraduate programs tailored specifically for the financial sector.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.