Frequently Asked Questions

The University is continually monitoring the situation in the country and observing ongoing government directives. We are keen on ensuring that our students and staff members remain safe. This page answers questions that you may have regarding University teaching and learning arrangements as well as healthcare procedures to be observed during this period.

Yes, SLS has gained full accreditation for its LL.B Programme. SLS is one of the two Law Schools in Kenya to have been fully accredited by CLE.
The course tuition costs an average of Kshs. 250,000 per semester. There are 2 semesters in one year and the course takes a period of 4 years. The total tuition for the entire 4 year course is Kshs. 2,051,438. See the fees structure for a detailed breakdown
Lectures, course material, laptop computer, academic trip abroad.
No, you don’t. It is already included in the fees.
No, you don’t. It is already included in the fees.
The Strathmore Academic trip is attended by students undertaking the unit on Public International Law (PIL) in their third year of studies, upon successful completion of their first and second year units. The trip allows them an opportunity to have a first hand interaction with institutions of international law including theInternational Court of Justice (ICJ), International Criminal Court (ICC), among others . In addition, students attend lectures in institutions of higher learning such as Leiden University and Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome. The trip duration on average is two weeks covering a number of countries. In the past, countries visited during the trip include: The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and Dubai among others.
Yes. To apply online, please see the steps to follow: Step 1: Visit https://law.strathmore.edu/admissions/ to see if you meet the entry requirements for the course. Should you meet the criteria, move to step two. Step 2: Scan and email your academic certificates (KCSE result slip and secondary school leaving certificate; or O level and A level result slips), a copy of your national ID/birth certificate/passport, and a passport size photograph to akabui@strathmore.edu and fkalulu@strathmore.edu and indicate that you are interested in the Law degree program. Also include your telephone number. Step 3: Pay the interview fee to book for the interview via Mpesa Paybill Business no. 168633 (Strathmore pay bill number via Stanbic Bank). Account no.990201032101 Step 4: Attempt the online entrance exam (English aptitude test). An online interview is done and feedback is issued within 1 week. Step 5: If you are admitted into the programme, pay the stipulated deposit. You will then be enrolled in your respective class. For more information on admissions, please feel free to call John on 0729 942 320 or Alice on 0720 169 849
Yes. Strathmore University has a Financial Aid office that administers several financial aid schemes in support of the University mission to provide all-round quality education to needy and deserving students. There are various internal and external Financial Aid Schemes in the form of scholarships, loans, bursaries, work study, waivers etc. The eligibility criteria varies depending on the type of financial aid one is applying for. For more information, please visit: https://www.strathmore.edu/financial-aid/#1548405232876-9c26f6a4-2a1c
Strathmore University is situated on Ole Sangale Road, off Langata Road, in Madaraka Estate. If using public transport, take matatu number 14A, which leaves town from Bus Station and goes directly to the entrance of Strathmore University (the last stop).