CHRM Nakuru Centre

Seeking to expand its footprint across Kenya, CHRM opened its Nakuru Centre located in the bustling Rift Valley commercial hub. Situated on the 6th floor of Highway Towers along the busy Kenyatta Avenue, the Nakuru Centre provides students in the region with local access to CHRM’s diploma and higher diploma programs.

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Since its founding, it has seen growing enrollment by youth in Nakuru, Eldoret, and surrounding areas eager to gain HR skills. The campus’ prime location in the heart of downtown Nakuru makes it easily accessible for students traveling from across the Rift Valley catchment area. Its opening allows CHRM to tap into budding talent beyond just central and western Kenya. Along with the other campuses, the Nakuru Centre helps CHRM work towards its goal of developing HR leaders that represent all parts of the country.


Located in Nakuru at Highway Towers, 6th Floor

Contacts: Mary Njigua



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    There are many options to getn to the campus.

    Here are some tips for traveling to the CHRM Nakuru Centre campus:

    • The Nakuru Centre is located downtown at Highway Towers along Kenyatta Avenue. Highway Towers is near major roads and landmarks.
    • Public matatus and buses from across Nakuru can drop off passengers along Kenyatta Avenue near Highway Towers. Ask the driver to let you off near Highway Towers.
    • For private transport, provide the driver with “Highway Towers along Kenyatta Avenue” as the destination. Limited paid parking may be available onsite.
    • The campus is easily accessible taking the Nairobi-Eldoret highway into Nakuru town. Use landmarks like the Afraha Stadium to navigate towards Kenyatta Avenue.
    • From the main Nakuru bus/matatu station, the campus is a short 10-15 minute walk or quick boda boda ride along Kenyatta Avenue.
    • Once at Highway Towers, take the elevator up to the 6th Floor. The CHRM Nakuru Centre reception is there to direct students.
    • Leave buffer time in your commute schedule as Nakuru traffic can get congested during peak hours. Travel early if possible.
    • Contact the Nakuru Centre administrators for help with transport or directions as needed when commuting for classes.


    Consider carpooling or ride shares with fellow students coming from the same direction to save on fare costs.