Kabianga University College
Kabianga University College, a Constituent College of Moi University, is located in Kabianga Division in Kericho West District.
The University College is situated in the Kabianga Complex, comprising
of the then Kabianga Framers Training Center, Kabianga High School and
Primary School and the Kipsigis County Council Tea Farm.
The Government School Kabianga was started in 1925.
Kabianga Farmers Training Centre was established in 1959. Its objective
was to serve as an Agricultural training facility for farmers from the
South Rift and beyond.
Kabianga Farmers Training Centre became the Kabianga Campus of Moi University in may 2007.
In May, 2009, the University Campus was elevated to a University College status.
Kabianga University College creates, preserves and transfers knowledge
and technology through quality education, research and partnership with
government and private sector whilst maintaining a sustainable
It is also committed to providing quality education and services that
meet the needs of its customers and stakeholders through quality and
relevant teaching, research and outreach.
Currently the University College has over six hundred students.