Multimedia University Of Kenya History, Multimedia University of Kenya’s vision is in sync with Kenya Vision 2030. As an Information age institution MMU shall play a pivotal role in the ICT initiatives in terms of providing qualified personnel for the fulfilment of the vision.
The University will unveil more training programmes by the faculties and schools both at undergraduate and post graduate levels. These courses will be offered in consultation with market leaders so as to address the quality and relevance.
Being an ICT Centre of Excellence, the university looks forward to hosting the Open University of Kenya and the establishment of the Kenya Advanced Institute of Science and Technology by the Korean Government.
The university is always open to enhancing its opportunities, expanding its capacity and signing more partnerships/ MOUs which benefit the University and community.
Therefore, we welcome all interested individuals and organisations to contact us on [email protected].
BRIEF HISTORY OF MMU
2013 – Became a fully fledged University.
2008 – Became Multimedia University of Kenya under Legal Notice No. 155 of 2008.
2006 – Became a CCK subsidiary after privatization of TKL.
1999 – Became a subsidiary of Telkom Kenya Ltd. (TKL) due to KPTC splitting into Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK), Telkom Kenya Ltd and Communications Commission of Kenya.
1992 -Upgraded to Kenya College of Communications Technology (KCCT) under KPTC.
1977 – Control vested in Kenya Posts & Telecommunications Corporation (KPTC) when East African Community collapsed.
1948 – Founded as Central Training School. (CTS) to serve East African Posts Training School.