KUCCPS Important Message to KCSE 2022 Students
KUCCPS Important Message to KCSE 2022 Students. The application and course revision deadlines are approaching for candidates for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) 2022 exam.
On or before May 17, 2023, students must submit their applications through the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) website.
A strict three-week timetable was provided for students to apply for courses at various universities.
Education in CS Ezekiel Machogu stressed the significance of opening the KUCCPS portal for student applications as soon as possible on May 3, 2023 at the University of Nairobi’s portal unveiling.
Machogu commended KUCCPS for adhering to all requirements, including releasing details on all program costs.
Additionally, he assured them that the placement service would allocate each program’s eligible candidates.
Program Options and Support Services: According to CS Machogu, a stunning total of 173,127 people with grades of C+ or higher are eligible for degree programs.
If a student receives a C or lower, they will be admitted to Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions.
Students with a C+ or better are not required to apply for courses in TVETs, but they are free to do so if they so wish.
Thanks to a collaboration between the Ministry of Education and the Huduma Secretariat that streamlines the application process, students can now apply for programs at any of the 52 Huduma centers.
Staff members at these facilities will assist students with the application process.
Furthermore, KUCCPS will send teams to specific universities to offer additional help.
Ability to Accept Students: CS Machogu confidently declared that the government was capable of accepting all deserving candidates.
This assertion highlights the government’s commitment to ensuring that every eligible applicant has the opportunity to pursue higher education.
By offering a range of tools and help services, the government tries to promote a smooth transition.