The Kenya Institute of Mass Communication (KIMC) was established in 1961 and was named as the then Voice of Kenya Training School. KIMC main purpose was to train electronic engineering and technicians for the then, Kenya Broadcasting Service (KBS), that was later rebranded in 1962 as the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC). KBC was then nationalized in 1964, and changed its brand to Voice of Kenya (VOK).

Kenya Institute of Mass Communication is equipped with modern facilities for training in the fields of electronic and telecommunication engineering, radio and television production, film production, print and broadcast journalism, electronic and studio technology.

As the ICT sector grows, it has become necessary for the media training institutions to develop new programs as well as expand the existing ones to produce graduates with the media market desired skills to satisfy the increasing demand for middle level media personnel. The training of media middle level personnel is supported by the government through funding of the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication.

Core Values
•    Professionalism.
•    Responsible citizenship.
•    Integrity.
•    Fairness.
•    Transparency.
•    Objectivity and balance.    

Vision
Become a centre of excellence in professional mass media training in the region.

Mission
Train high quality mass media personnel to serve in the local and international communications industry.

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For General Inquiries contact us on:

Kenya Institute of Mass Communication
Uholo Road, Off Mombasa Road

P.O. BOX 42422 – 00100 NAIROBI
Website: www.kimc.ac.ke