- Hello Cyprian Nyakundi,
I am a graduate student Kenya Methodist University (KeMU) School of Medicine and Health Sciences department of Medical laboratory science (laboratory medicine). We graduated this year October amidst lots of issues facing KeMU.
First, we cannot do our board examination to get the license since the school was totally not in compliance with the regulatory board, so we decided to walk to the board offices ourselves to know exactly what’s going. The board told us that there is a program the university is secretly offering, a long distance learning module.
Surely how can a university offer distance learning module to a practical oriented course like this?
So to cut the long story short, we’ve tried many ways to make the university comply with the standards of the board but in vain. When we were in school we were very vibrant. We even met the Vice Chancellor of the school concerning this matter and we were almost suspended for the same.
We were not desperate doing this course as we had qualifications to do other courses as well but we chose this course because we love it and now our future is in jeopardy because of some few catawampus who are making this to be very hard for us, in the name of making extra cash.
Imagine finishing school and having nothing to do. We cannot go for internship; neither can we work without the license because the university wants to make an extra coin for distance learning.
Please expose KeMU, if they don’t want to comply with the board then they should close the whole program than to make students suffer after school.
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