Michuki TTI location, courses, and contacts

Michuki Technical Training Institute (Michuki TTI) is a middle-level public technical college in Muranga, Kangema sub-county. It offers courses for diploma, craft certificate, and artisan levels.

Michuki TTI has 5 curriculum departments namely Information Communication Technology (ICT), Electrical, Mechanical, Applied Science, and Institutional Management (IM). It has approximately 5,000 students doing various courses.

The institute was one among many that benefited from government equipment for value addition. These equipment are used to train students on how to process a variety of food such as yogurt, sausages, and meat processing among other food processing activities.

Michuki TTI’s mission, vision, and core values


To provide quality Technical, Vocational, and Entrepreneurial Training to empower graduates for individual development and global competitiveness.


A leader in the provision of Technical, Vocational, and Entrepreneurial Training.

Core values: Quality training, Ethical practices, Fairness and equity, teamwork, transparency, and accountability

Michuki TTI contact details



Phone number: 0725912313

Postal Address: P.O Box 4 10202 Kangema

Where is Michuki TTI located?

MTTI is located in the Muranga County Kangema sub-county. It is named after a former cabinet secretary Michuki Njoroge’s father who gifted the community the land when he was a paramount chief. The institute is accessible by road from Muranga or Nyeri town route.

The roads are tarmac and matatu pries the route from Nairobi through Muranga town and from Nyeri through Othaya. It is in a location called Iyego and the nearest market is Karugia.

When are the next intakes?

Michuki TTI has 3 intakes within the year to align with the KNEC exam and Ministry of Education requirements. The intakes are in January, May, and September of every year. However, inquiries can be made at any time within working hours using the contact details or by visiting the institute.

Fees and sponsorship

Students pay part of tuition fees and hostel for those who will be accommodated within the institute. Examination fees are paid separately from tuition and the amount depends on the course and current student module of study.

The government through the Ministry of Education gives capitation to subsidize tuition fees for students for all public TVET institutions. Students can also apply for HELB loans, constituency bursaries, and other sources to facilitate fee payment.

Course entry requirement

The course entry requirement to join Michuki TTI is determined by the Ministry of Education but the institute can include subject clusters to filter applicants when the need arises.

For Diploma courses (Level 6), students require a minimum of C- and above in KCSE. To qualify Craft certificate (Level 5) a grade of D plain and D+ in KCSE is required. To undertake the Artisan course (Level 4) you are required to have a KCPE or KCSE mean grade of D- and E.

During admission, you will be required to submit documents such as KCPE and KCSE results, birth certificate, medical letter, filled application form, and passport among other documents for verification.

Courses offered in Michuki Technical.

Michuki TTI offers a variety of courses in the 5 academic departments at the level of diploma, craft, and artisan levels. The courses are examined by KNEC, NITA, KASNEB, or TVET CDACC external examining bodies. Courses offered at Michuki are.

Diploma Courses
Diploma in Infomation Communication Technology (ICT)
Diploma in Civil Engineering
Diploma in Building Technology
Diploma in Automotive Engineering
Diploma in Food and Beverage Management
Diploma in Catering and Accommodation
Diploma in Clothing Technology
Diploma in Food Science
Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Power Option)
Diploma in General Agriculture
Diploma in Journalism
Craft Certificate Courses
Craft Certificate in Infomation Communication Technology (ICT)
Craft Certificate in Building Technology
Craft Certificate in Plumbing
Craft Certificate in Automotive Engineering
Craft Certificate in Food and Beverage
Craft Certificate in Catering and Accommodation
Craft Certificate in Clothing Technology
Craft Certificate in General Agriculture
Craft Certificate in Electrical Engineering
Craft Certificate in Food Science
Artisan courses
Artisan in Motor Vehicle Mechanic
Artisan in Plumping
Artisan in Electrical Installation
Hair Dressing and Beauty Therapy
Computer Operator (NITA)
Artisan in Clothing Technology
Artisan in Food and Beverage

Hostel and accommodation in Michuki TTI

Michuki offers hostel facilities within the institute that are allocated on first come due to the number of students. For those students who don’t get a room within the institute, there are many affordable hostels in the nearby Karugia market.

How to download an admission letter for Michuki Technical Training Institute?

You can download the letter from the KUCCPS portal or visit the Michuki TTI portal and download your letter. Again you can contact the institute using the available mobile number and email for an instant reply.

How much is the Michuki Technical Training Institute fees?

The student is supposed to pay Kshs 56,420 per year, whereas the government through capitation pays Kshs 30,000 and the student pays the remaining Kshs 26,420 in 2 installments. This fee caters only for tuition, it doesn’t include Exams, upkeep, or hostel fees.