Chinese language is the world's largest language in terms of the number of speakers. It also one of the most popular foreign languages in the world. Teaching and studying Chinese will help to produce people with appropriate Chinese language skills to serve as the link between Kenyan and Chinese economies.
Candidates must satisfy the minimum University entry requirements.
b) Subject to regulations, eligible candidates for the Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language & Linguistics shall be:
i) Holders of the KCSE with a mean grade of C+ and a minimum of C+ in English or Kiswahili or its equivalent.
ii) Holders of the KCSE with a minimum aggregate of C plain or equivalent; or KCE Division II or equivalent; or EACE Division II or equivalent, with a minimum or C+ in English or Kiswahili-all of these candidates MUST ALSO have a Diploma or equivalent from a recognized post-secondary institution.
iii) Holder of KCSE with C plain or equivalent, or KCE Division III or equivalent; or EACE Division III or equivalent, with a minimum of C+ in English or Kiswahili. In addition these candidates MUST ALSO have a credit in a Diploma or equivalent from a recognized post-secondary institution.
iv) Holder of the Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) with a minimum of 2 principal passes and one subsidiary pass, and a minimum or a credit pass in English or Kiswahili at the KCE level..
v) Holder of a degree from a recognized University or its equivalent.