General Waruinge Street, Nairobi.

Providing wholesome education to students; Transforming the Society.


+254 777 761 213-7

+254 727 531 001

General Waruinge Street

Nairobi, Kenya


123 456 789

Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday


The Starehe Technical Training Institute is a part of  Starehe which deals with post Secondary education. The institute was established in 1991 with the view to offering education opportunities to those who could not join the Public universities with government sponsorship and could not afford fees to take themselves further educationally.The institute has two departments:

1. Accountancy

2. Computer Studies

Through the years a number of examining bodies have been used to offer certification for both accountancy and computer studies courses. These include Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC), Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board (KASNEB), Kenya Institute of Management (KIM), Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) faculty of CEP.The institute currently offers a course in Certified Public Accountancy (CPA) from Section 1 to 4. It  also offers a Diploma course in Information Technology. This course is examined by the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology and is sub-divided into five Stages after which one should take a three months internship.
Currently, the Starehe Technical Training Institute admits Students from Starehe Boys’ Centre. However, we may consider  admitting students from Outside Starehe with time.

Selection Procedure

The Selection of Students to the Starehe Technical Training Institute is based on past records of the Student, Discipline wise.

We do not major on the past academic records because we do not expect any of our students to fail.

Emphasis is put on the discipline record since the college students a.k.a. “Collegers” are expected to be role models to those in the high school division.

Form four students apply after completing their K.C.S.E. and should get their admission letters before leaving the school at the end of the year