Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Technical University of Mombasa rating is 3.8. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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During my study at the Technical University of Mombasa first I would like to say that the social life of Mombasa is more welcoming and the people/students in Mombasa are kind and loving, I learnt that they are more friendly and caring more than in other cities in Kenya.
One thing I have come to learn is that it’s a bit slow compared to other places around Kenya, but still, things keep moving. There are different religions the Muslims and Christians in the majority but they live very peacefully.
Just a few things to work on and improve is the sports sector, which on the other hand I felt like the hot weather of the coastal makes people there not have the energy to participate in sports more due to high dehydration.
Security-wise it’s maximum the university is closer to the Mombasa city and the Indian Ocean, 10 mins drive to the famous FORT JESUS in the old town and the MAMA NGINA drive where you get to see ships docking at the MOMBASA PORTView more
Programmes are well organised
Professors are committed
Improvement should be mainly on infrastructures and education policy to better studies of students.
Introduction of more field work especially for the tourism students to gain more practical skills
The institution is awesome, with ambitious teachers and good environs, the program I pursued was well brought in, and the school meets international gear lines. It’s the personal effort that will make you climb higher plus the teacher’s efforts.View more
Nothing much. The school is not equipped to operate at a university level. Especially for technical courses. Not enough exposure to practical experience and there’s not enough partnership with other institutions.View more
I started and completed my civil engineering course at this same institution, and the experience generally was average. The theoretical part of the lesson was good I can say but the practicals were below average, just to add lectures were fully in a class of many people like 50+ students and the lecturers didn’t have time to make sure that all people are with him or her this made many students not to be fully into the course. That’s why after graduation you will find a graduate who can’t interpret anything on-site and is not in a position to assist a skilled worker at some point.
What I can suggest to my former university is to try regrouping classes to have as few students as possible and also to take practicals seriously as part of a technical course schedule since this will truly create a strong background for graduates on field.
It really doesn’t sound good if you can call yourself a graduate but on field you can’t interpret a simple project given.