Nairobi receives multiple national, regional and international airlines. You will most probably land at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Kenyatta University is 36 km from the airport via Mombasa road and will take you 45 minutes without traffic and 53 with traffic to get there. It will take you about 42 minutes by car especially considering the busy Nairobi traffic.
East African residents (Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Kenya) can take advantage of the developed road network. Internationals coming by bus, would at least spend 12 hours on the road. All the buses’ final destination is downtown Nairobi. From here, one requires 20 minutes to get to Kenyatta University either by a cab or public service vehicles normally referred to as ‘matatu’ no. 145.
Major motorways connect Nairobi to other cities and neighboring countries.