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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

No. What we guarantee is career-ready skills. Our courses are practical and relevant to the market. That is why many of our graduates find jobs. Moringa School offers support through training and informing graduates of job opportunities. Graduates then apply and some get these jobs. Other graduates have found jobs without our direct support while others have ventured into freelancing and entrepreneurship. Moringa School is proud to have helped all these brilliant young people achieve their career goals.


Yes. For our core modules, you can pay in 4 monthly installments

We are currently in the process of getting accreditaion by the Technical & Vocational Education and Training Authority(TVETA) . However, we encourage our students to build a portfolio which is a better marketing tool e.g in a course like Software Development which involves coming up with independent projects that build up technical skills

We are currently registered under TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training). We require all our students to have gone through high school as is required by law (TVET) and should be computer proficient.

Yes, you can book your appointment online. In the calendar invite we sent, there is a link to a Google Hangouts link that we can use to facilitate the interview. Or we can schedule a google call with you at your own convenience


We grade student’s performance in Prep to enable graduation to Core class. This would mean payment can only be done after the successful completion of Prep. However, once in the core you can choose to pay the full amount upfront

We currently require students to pay an upfront amount (Ksh 40500) on the last Friday before Prep class starts. 

No, we currently don’t provide accommodation. We, however, have a number of private hostels along Ngong road, which are close to the school.

Moringa School’s remote classes are live; with daily sessions where learners ask questions and interact with tutors and fellow students.

Yes. We have students from across Africa and welcome students from around the world. 

Yes, but you are required to do an exam to test your proficiency to show you have the skills to do certain tasks depending on the course.

That depends on you! While we provide world-class teachers and experts to support you, the learning is on you. We put in our best and we expect you to put in yours as well. We do not guarantee jobs but we will help facilitate the process by assisting in your professional development, providing resume-writing workshops, optimizing your LinkedIn profile, conducting mock interviews and hosting a career day after the end of your Core program.

We offer financial aid to our students on a need basis. The options that are currently available inlcude partial scholarships for Moringa Prep and student loans for Moringa Core. For more information on financial aid please reach out to our admissions team on

Our Moringa Prep course introduces you to basic programming. This course is for beginners to learn the fundamentals of programming and for more established developers to sharpen their grasp on front-end skills. Visit the courses page to learn more.

Yes, we do offer partial scholarships for Moringa Prep and student loans for Moringa Core. To be eligible for financial aid you first need to apply for one of our courses and get in touch with our admissions team on to get more information on this.

At Moringa School, we believe in your potential. Like traditional universities, we teach you the theory to help you understand different coding languages and their importance. But the bulk of our course is focused on teaching you the practical skills necessary for the job market.

Yes, you will get a certificate after the successful completion of the program.

The remote classes cost Ksh 38,500 for Prep and Ksh 126,000 for Core. The in person classes cost Ksh 40,500 for prep and Ksh 160,000 for Core.

With in person learning we factor in the space and utilities operational costs, we also pay keen attention to the space among students during in person instruction to promote social distancing. 

Yes, students that have enrolled to our remote classes are provided with data bundles

Unfortunately not at this time. Until community spread reduces to between 10% - 15% consistently for 7 consecutive days, we cannot guarantee student or staff safety in the space. We are monitoring the positivity rates and will alert students when it is safe to return. We remain hopeful that by the time this Prep class moves to Core, we will be able to re-open the space.