Our Vision, Mission and Philosophy

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Application Procedure
1. A formal application for admission is made on an Application or Online form.
2. Fill out the hard copy or Online form accordingly
3. Attach copies of Academic Certificates/Transcripts
4. Send them via E-mail to admissions@miuc.ac.ke OR Submit your filled application form at our Karen office

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Support MIUC
Help us raise funds to help our needy students
1. ABSA Bank A/c No: 0651092019 (Karen Branch)
2. Co-operative Bank of Kenya A/c No: 01129054825300 (Karen Branch)
3. NCBA Bank A/c No: 1000018119 (Karen Branch)

We receive your contribution with gratitude. Thank you, and God Bless you.


Marist Lane off Langata Rd.
Karen, Nairobi

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Weekends: Closed

Phone & Email

+254 739 544 911

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To be a leading international educational institution that graduates students who are agents of liberation, transformation and development of humanity.


To provide holistic quality training, conduct scientific research, reach out to communities and graduate students who are transformative leaders in education, corporate and development Sectors, through value based education.


Enlightened and strengthened by the Marist spirituality of passion for God and compassion for people, Marist International University College focuses on disciplined and value based strategies that provide programmes and services for the education of young people, especially the most neglected, for responsible and productive living in society.


We pay special attention to the following core values:
1. Love of God and neighbour
We show our love for God by how we take care of His creation, including other people around us.

2. Respect for human life, lawful authorities & colleagues
We encourage all members of MIUC community to respect their lives and other people’s lives as sacred; respect and observe the laws of the land and their institutions and also cultivate respectful relationships with people around them.

3. Concern for the poor
Following in the footsteps of St. Marcellin Champagnat, our Founder, we are to be genuinely concerned about the poor in body, mind and spirit.

4. Integrity
We strive to be people of integrity in all our personal, professional and social lives.

5. Generosity
Through individual and corporate activities we endeavour to demonstrate this value as a basic human principle.

6. Leadership
We encourage a spirit of leadership in whatever area one can excel in for fruitful and productive living.

7. Patriotism
We encourage all people to actively participate in nation-building as patriots.

8. Love for work
We must protect our environment, not only for our own survival but as a thanksgiving to God for His precious gift to mankind.

9. Sensitivity to the environment
We strive to be people of integrity in all our personal, professional and social lives.

10. Self-discipline
We encourage all members of the MIUC community to observe self-discipline in their relationships in and out of the College.


Our belief is that MIUC is a unique, amazing and special place for personal growth and for improvement. The Marist Approach to Education

1. Presence

Caring for each other, seeking relationships founded on love, being attentive and welcoming with a sense of openness.

2. Simplicity

Being straightforward and genuine, humble and modest, ‘doing good quietly’.

3. Family Spirit

We relate to each other as members of a loving family, building community, offering the warmth of welcoming, acceptance and belonging, sharing our successes and failures, setting clear standards of honesty, mutual respect, and tolerance.

4. Love for Work

Being generous of heart, constant, and persevering in our daily work, confident, visionary, decisive in meeting the needs of our community and encouraging each other to discover the dignity of our work with young people and with each other. Marists view work as a way to bring purpose and meaning to life. Hence, we encourage hard work and shun laziness.

5. In the Way of Mary

Seeing Mary as a perfect model of being Marist, tender, strong, constant in faith, open to God’s calling us to our own journey of discipleship. Mary for Marists is an exemplar of the Christian life,