The Kenya Institute of Business and Counselling studies (KIBCo) is a TVET Institution which was founded in January 2004 by the name of Maranatha College of Professional Studies (MCPS). On May 10th 2005, it was registered as a limited liability company and by 2010, KIBCo was fully registered with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MOHEST) as a TVET Training Institution. Over the years, KIBCo has aspired to become a leading institution in career development and life skills empowerment, with a focus on personal integrity and positive social change, offering a wide range of business and counselling courses including a Diploma in Supply Chain Management, Disaster Management, Trauma Counselling, Public Relations and more, as well as short crash-courses designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of Kenyan professionals so that they are better able to serve their local communities and the country at wide.
With state-of-the-art learning facilities and campuses in both Nairobi and Thika Town, the Kenya Institute of Business and Counselling Studies runs both school-based and Open Distance Learning (ODL) programmes, and seeks to consistently provide training, education, research, publications, counselling, and clinical supervision services to its community and diverse student body, while always holding steadfastly to its core values of professionalism, integrity, innovation, care, and support.
- Affordable and quality on-campus and Open Distance Learning programmes
- A well-stocked library with current and relevant study materials covering a range of areas and specialities, along with a dedicated study space of students.
- Accreditation with the following bodies: Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MOEST), National Industrial Training Authority (NITA), Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examination Board (KASNEB), Institute of Commercial Management (ICM), Kenya Counselling and Psychology Association (KCPA) and The Colombo Plan Drug Advisory Programme, Sri Lanka in running Universal Treatment Curriculum (UTC) and Universal Prevention Curriculum (UPC).
- Diploma programmes and short courses in Business, Language, Computer Application, and Counselling.