KMTC Student Loans

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The Kenya medical training College KMTC student Loan is a type of Loan designed to help students pay for education and the associated fees, such as tuition, books and supplies, and living expenses.

FunzoKenya Loans/Scholarships

The FUNZOKENYA Loans and scholarships target those already within the health sector workforce as well as those directly enrolled into approved institutions mandated in the training of health workers.

FUNZOKenya is a USAID funded project led by IntraHealth International, a non-profit organization and global leader in human resources for health. Project partners include Results for Development, the Kenya Healthcare Federation, the Kenya Medical Training Institute, Great Lakes University of Kisumu, and the University of North Carolina’s School of Nursing, the University of Nairobi, and Moi University. Also, the project works directly with many of Kenya’s top health training colleges and universities.

Beneficiary Courses (Local Trainings only) Certificate and Diploma

Nursing Clinical Medicine Laboratory Technologists and Technicians Pharmacist and Pharmaceutical Technologists Nutritionists Health Records Management and Information Technology Public Health OfficersMedical, Dental including oral health Practitioners
Courses in cadres with critical shortage of skilled health workers

Eligibility (Pre-service Applicants)

The applicant must:Be a Kenyan Citizen with a residential Status in Kenya Demonstrate financial need.Be a student in their 1st, 2nd or 3rd year.

Must provide copies of required supportive


Duly filled in application form KCSE certificate,
National Identification Card,
School leaving certificate,
Most recent training institution academic report
Current fee statement,
Copy of letter of admission
Must commit to serve for at least 3 years in any County/Districts, marginalized or hard to reach areas upon completion of their studies.

Be willing to abide by the bonding mechanism as set in the loan & scholarship program.

Must commit to abide by the loan repayment and monitoring procedures provide academic progress reports and reference letters from the institution on a yearly basis to maintain funding for the ongoing period of study.

Loan Interest Rate

4% per annum for pre-service

Current Monthly Repayment Rates and repayment period

Repayment period- up to 72 months

How to apply for the loan/Scholarship

Applicants should access and fill the application form from the HELB website Print a copy of the Application Form.Have the form properly filled, signed and stamped by the relevant authorities.Sign the form and attach all the necessary documents, as indicated.Submit the form at the Higher Education Loans Board Office.The Board will use the email and telephone contacts provided on the form for communication on the progress of your application.