Equality and Diversity

At Strathmore, we consider applicants on the basis of their academic merit, ability and potential. We guarantee to ensure that all applications are given full and careful consideration.

The University believes that the diversity of its community is an essential part of its values and enriches employment, research, studying and learning experiences.


The University is committed to a policy of equality of opportunity and aims to provide a working, learning and social environment that is free from unfair discrimination. It aims to ensure that students, staff and all others associated with the University are treated with dignity, respect, and equity.

Application Process

  • All applicants must meet the entry requirements for the respective graduate program they wish to apply for Graduate Programs
  • The applicant must sit and pass the Graduate Entrance Exam (GEE) administered at the Graduate school every Wednesday and Friday at 2pm.  The applicant should report to the admissions office on the interview day.
  • Complete the application form and attach relevant documents as listed below.
  • Provide the originals and copies of Undergraduate degree certificate and transcript of records (TOR) in English giving full details of subjects studied and grades/marks obtained.
  • Provide English language proficiency results where required.
  • Attach two (2) completed Reference Forms from former undergraduate/graduate professors and/or employer particularly qualified to attest to the applicant's qualification for graduate study. Download reference forms
  • Attach an updated Curriculum Vitae/Resume..
  • 3 passport size photos.
  • Provide a copy of National Identity Card (ID) or copy of Passport
  • Kshs 2000 Interview fee payable on the interview day.

The Graduate Entrance Exam (GEE)

  • The applicant must sit and pass the Graduate Entrance Exam (GEE) administered at the Graduate school every Wednesday and Friday at 2pm.
  • The GEE is a written exam that entails several sections. These include English comprehension, English grammar, an Arithmetic section and an Essay related to the course you are applying for. For applicants applying for MScIT a compulsory programming question is also included.  The test runs for an average of 1 and ½ hrs.
  • Oral interview exam - once the applicant has completed and passed the GEE exam, they will then have an oral interview administered by a member of the Faculty.

We encourage our applicants to visit relevant GMAT, GRE websites which give some sample tests. This revision will assist the applicant to prepare for the GEE test.

Contact Details

Madaraka Estate
Ole Sangale Road, PO Box 59857,
00200 City Square
Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: 0703-034000, 0703-034200