Applying to ANU
ANU is for you!
Our Mission is to transform student life in terms of Character, Competence and Community by availing challenging opportunities to excel not only through attending lectures but also through regular chapels and a wide range of sports, recreational and communal activities. Africa Nazarene University is a member of the worldwide family of Nazarene institutions founded on the same principles – the development of students in a strong spiritual environment. ANU offers a well-rounded, holistic education.
Frequently Asked Questions
Received applications either online or hardcopy are usually verified, and processed and feedback is given within 5 working days.
We take a student on partial scholarship (KCSE only) where students with a mean grade of B+ qualify for a 30% scholarship on tuition and a mean grade of A-, a 50% Scholarship
English is the main official language of communication and learning in Kenya. Therefore, applicants from non-English speaking countries are required to undergo English language classes and provide certificates for passing the English exams.
The letter of admission is valid for one year after application. This means that one can defer within that period without any financial implications.
We accept progression from diploma level to degree level, the diploma should be from a recognized institution. Who should write my recommendations?
ANU does not require any recommendations but requires at least three referees. This information should be provided by the applicant in the application form.
We consider admission to a program based on the results that are complete. Those in the IGCSE system should complete A levels.
Africa Nazarene University offers several financial aid packages to needy and deserving students, alumni and their families. Applying for financial aid is done annually, and paying attention to deadlines is crucial.