School of Bridging Courses & IGCSE
Bridging courses provide learners a second chance to re-sit their low subject grades in Form Four KCSE national exam or O-levels, with an aim to gain entry requirements into higher learning institutions or other professional courses.
Bridging a KNEC subject covers a duration of 9 MONTHS (3 TERMS) and can only be done within three years after sitting for National K.C.S.E. secondary level examinations. Candidates who sat for KCSE in 2019, 2020, 2021 & 2022 will therefore be eligible to register as private candidates for a KNEC bridging course in JAN 2023
Please note the next Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) registration is WILL OPEN IN JANUARY 2023. Classes will begin in FEBRUARY,2023 for students who wish to re-sit KNEC KCSE exams in November 2023. Please register Early and note registration cannot be done after the deadline once the National Portal has been closed.
Most of our bridging students aim to join the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) after completion of the course and other instituitions. Students can bridge up to 2 subjects at a time
Internal exams are also offered where applicable.
Bridging Subjects include:
The above subjects are examined by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) with training for private candidates being offered at BRIDGE COLLEGE.
Please note clear copies of the following documents are required:
- Copy of KCSE results
- Copy of KCPE Certificate
- Copy of Birth Certificate
- 4 coloured passport photos
Please note the overall KCSE mean grade does not change even after you pursue a bridging course. You will however be issued a new result slip by KNEC for the subject that has been assessed a second time. The intake for this course is WILL OPEN IN JANUARY 2023