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KUCCPS Invites Kenyans Who Sat KCSE between 2000 – 2021 For Government Sponsorship Courses

The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) has invited Kenyans who sat KCSE between 2000 and 2021 and qualified for placement, but haven’t enrolled, to apply for courses.

Those applicants who will be qualify will pursue courses they meet their cut-off points at diploma, certificate and artisan levels.

“Did you sit the KCSE exam between the year 2000 and 2021? Log in to the KUCCPS portal and apply for a TVET course in an institution of your choice. Apply before June 2, 2022,” the agency said in a statement posted on its Twitter page on Monday May 23rd.

The good news is that the government will sponsor all the students, who will be successfully placed in their pursuit of education.

KUCCPS also noted that even practising professionals who wish to upgrade their skills by taking technical courses can apply if they did not  benefit earlier.

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.

Eligible Applicants

All KCSE certificate holders who have not benefited from Government sponsorship before are eligible to apply where they meet the minimum requirements.

How to apply

To apply for KUCCPS follow these steps;

Click on this on this link; https://students.kuccps.net/login/, the link will take you to KUCCPS student portal

Key in the following;

KCSE Index number

KCSE year


Note: Use Your Birth Certificate No. / KCPE Index No (as used in KCSE Exam Registration) as your Initial Password.

3. 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 and Choice No. 4 is the least preferred course.

4. The placement will take into account the student’s qualifications and order of priority as listed in the choices.

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