Students who sat for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) between 2000 and 2021 and qualified for placement but did not enroll are invited to apply for courses through the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS).
Individuals who qualify will pursue courses at the diploma, certificate, and artisan levels that meet their cut-off marks.
“Did you take the Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education test between 2000 and 2021?” Log in to the KUCCPS portal and apply for a TVET program at your preferred university. “Apply by June 2, 2022,” part of a statement read on May 23rd, on the KUCCPS Twitter page.
The good news is that the government would fund all students who are placed effectively in their educational pursuits.
Even practicing professionals who seek to develop their abilities by completing technical courses can apply, according to KUCCPS, if they have not previously benefited.
The KUCCPS Minimum requirements for TVET Institutions
✓Mean Grade of E and Above for Artisan Certificate Courses.
✓Mean Grade of D and Above for Craft Certificate Courses.
✓Mean Grade of C – and Above for Diploma Courses.
All the KCSE certificate holders who have not benefited from Government sponsorship before are eligible to apply where they meet the minimum requirements.
How to apply
Steps to apply for KUCCPS
Click on this link; https://students.kuccps.net/login/, to access the KUCCPS student portal
Then key in the following;
Your KCSE Index number
Your KCSE year
N/B Use Your Birth Certificate No. / KCPE Index No (as used in KCSE Exam Registration) as your Initial Password.
The interested applicants are required to select up to four courses in their preferred order of priority, where
Choice No. 1 is the applicant’s most preferred course.
Choice No. 4 is the least preferred course.
Kuccps placement will take into account the student’s qualifications and order of priority as listed in the choices.