Africa Higher Education
Health Collaborative

Moi University was founded in 1984 by an act of parliament (Moi university Act, 1984) as the second public University in Kenya and is one of the top ranked public universities in Kenya. It is located Uasin Gishu county, Kesses, 35 kilometers from Eldoret town, 310 kilometers Northwest of Nairobi the capital city of Kenya. Since its inception, the University has experienced phenomenal growth leading to establishment of several constituent colleges most of which have since grown into fully fledged universities namely; Maseno University, Masinde Muliro University of Science & Technology (MMUST), Maasai Mara University (Mmaarau), University of Kabianga (UoK), University of Eldoret (UoE), Karatina University, Rongo University, Garissa University and Alupe University. It currently has four campuses; Main Campus (Kesses), Nairobi Campus, Coast Campus and Eldoret Town campus. It has one constituent college; Bomet University College. Moi University serves a student population of 39,786 both undergraduate and postgraduate via onsite and offsite 233-degree programmes across the fifteen schools of the institution. It has a staff component of 3,000 of both faculty and administrative staff. The school of Public Health is situated in the Eldoret Town campus; College of Health Sciences. Moi University serves as one of the 8 African Partner institutions for the African Higher Education Health collaborative.