AIRADS Mombasa City Campus opened its doors to the public in the year 2010 the Month of July training only computer packages. The first courses intake was the same year in the month of September and a total of 44 students enrolled. The campus has progressed on and currently the population is over 500 students pursuing their dreams in business, social and life skills related courses.
The Campus is located along Nyerere Avenue on the way to the ferry and on Fidelity Bank Centre opposite Tea Trade Centre, stage known as CHAI as you go to ferry from town.
We at Mombasa City Campus embrace participatory kind of learning where everyone’s views are put to test of time and by so doing we have been able to nurture the qualities of all those who have passed through our campus.
The campus maintain an open door policy of management in all aspects to be able to deal effectively and efficiently with emerging issues in the such kind of a learning institution and vibrant digital era.
Since inception the graduands that have had their quality nurtured by us have taken up various positions in the community and are actively and efficiently contributing to the development of our Nation.
It is our wish to make every learner as comfortable as possible so the team dedicated staff has always been available to give support to them going even as late as 8.30 pm.
Students with special needs are given close attention to ensure that their learning is made as easy as possible.
MESSAGE FROM PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
“Education is the key to success”. It is the key element in helping individuals to develop their full potentials. At African Institute of Research and Development Studies, Mombasa City Campus, we emphasize on a kind of education that will ensure developmental transformation of the individual, the community and the African continent at large. Our education policy focuses on nurturing three key ingredients of successful individuals which are Attitude, Skills and Knowledge (ASK), in order to enhance the quality of our graduates. Our Intakes are in January, May and September.
School holiday intakes are in April, August and December. Daily intakes are available for the short courses and Computer Application Packages. Our modes of study are as follows:
- Full time- Full time means you spend the full amount of hours per week on your programme of study i.e. Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 5.00 pm within the campus premises. All our courses are available on full time.
- Evening classes- Evening classes means, you spend fewer hours per week on you programme of study i.e. Monday to Friday 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm within the campus premises. Our evening classes are meant to accommodate those who employed elsewhere and work full time. Almost all our courses are available for evening classes.
- Distance Leaning- Distance learning is for students who prefer to study on their own at home, at the beginning of the course, you receive self-paced, self – instructional learning materials, either hard copies or via the internet. You will be supported by our tutors through phone, e-mail, letter or face to face (on appointment). Some courses may require very occasional visit to the College for access to specialized equipment or assessment. You will also have an opportunity to interact occasionally with other students and the tutors through our online discussion groups, workshops and tutorials.