International students MUST possess a valid Pupil’s Passes and must be registered students at the university.
Being absent from school without authorization will result in the pupil’s pass being revoked.
In addition, all Int’l students must obtain alien cards. This is a document that a student gets after obtaining the Pupil’s pass. It costs Kshs. 2000.00 and it enables the student to move around without carrying the passport.
All International Students are charged health insurance fees. The current charges are as follows:
In case a student has a 'valid' Medical Insurance Cover, he/she should take a confirmation letter from the Insurance Company to the Health Services Coordinator at the USIU-Africa Health clinic for confirmation before mid-month (15th day) of the first month after semester begins.
All international students must adhere to University’s Policies & Procedures. This information is found in the University Catalog and the USIU-Africa Student Handbook.
Registration with 'home' Embassies – All International Students should ensure they register themselves at their embassies for the entire duration of their stay in Kenya. This allows embassies to contact their citizens whenever they need to impart important information.
The purpose of the program is to assist students in the awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of both the diversity and commonality of cultures.
The program enables students to take a few classes at ‘host’ institutions, but not to study for the whole degree program.
All course credits earned at host institutions will be fully transferable to home institutions’ transcripts.
To be eligible, an applicants for the program must be a Sophomore, Junior or Senior (with 30 units or more)