City County Public Health Officers Dennis Tallam (opening the tap) and Joshua Kimeu (in the middle) accompanied by KIMC officials during an inspection tour of the Institution’s Covid-19 .

Far right, KIMC Staff washing their hands at one of the several established hand washing stations. This is in compliance with steps the institution has put in place ahead of schools opening on 4th of January 2021

Collaborations

The institute collaborates with the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at The University of Nairobi in offering the Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Production degree program. The program is highly specialized and offers students an opportunity to specialize in Broadcast Production courses for four years.

The specializations within the program are: Radio production option; Television production option; Film production option. The first cohort o of the program graduated in December 2013.


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School of Journalism and Mass Communication University of Nairobi



The Kenya Institute of Mass Communication(KIMC) and Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) collaboration sets out a framework for conducting the Bachelor's Degree course in Kiswahili and Communication Jointly.The degree course is for KISWAHILI practitioners destined for both Electronic and Print media.For any media practioner aspiring or intending to enhance his/her capability of practicing journalism using Kiswahili as a language of communication,then this is Degree program of choice.

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Catholic University of Eastern Africa

KIMC