Multimedia University of Kenya (MMU) is a chartered public university established by the Kenyan Government under the Universities Act No. 42 of 2012 and the Multimedia University of Kenya Charter 2013.
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.
Currently MMU offers Degree, Diploma and Certificate programmes under
- Faculties of Engineering and Technology;
- Faculty of Computing Information Technology;
- Faculty of Media and Communication;
- Faculty of Business and Law; and
- Faculty of Science
For more information, please visit Multimedia University of Kenya