NIBS Technical College was Incorporated on 19 March 1999 under companies Act (Cap 486) Nairobi Institute of Business Studies (NIBS) is a reputable private tertiary training institution. It is a registered institution of higher learning by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology (MOHEST), to train in Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma Programmes in Business Studies, Accountancy, Information Technology, Journalism and Mass Communication, Legal Studies, Secretarial Studies, and Community Development and Social Work.
Over the last fifteen (15) years, we have committed ourselves in offering quality and affordable training. We do not compromise on quality. The institute enrolls multi-cultural and multi-religious learning groups from all over Kenya and beyond. Over 3800 students are currently pursuing different courses at NIBS Technical College. Training is offered on full-time, part-time(evening) and distance learning mode.
We have invested in excellent learning facilities such as modern Computer Laboratories, Journalism studios, and Games-rooms
To provide quality and relevant education, training, research and community service for sustainable and economic development.
To be a dynamic and innovative centre of excellence in teaching, learning, research and community service through the provision of high quality and affordable training.
Our Core Values
NIBS Board of Directors, Principal, Management and all members of staff are guided by the following core values:
The College shall practice excellence in all its activities and operations.
The College shall be honest, truthful and transparent in the provision of services to its community and beyond.
The college shall promote and train towards self-awareness and self-improvement in order to meet objectives and goals.
The college shall put into place systems and best practices that will continually monitor and enhance accountability to its community.
The College shall promote community service based on mutual respect and understanding, given the diversity in gender, race, social standing, and academic backgrounds.
The college shall be responsive and quickly adapt to the changes in programmes and services to maintain a competitive edge and remain relevant in the education system