KUCCPS Opens Inter-University Transfer Portal
KUCCPS Opens Inter-University Transfer Portal. The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) launched its portal on Monday, August 7, to allow students to transfer between universities or institutions.
During the transfer window’s open hours, students may change their initial university or college selections until August 15, 2023.
Students may enroll in Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) colleges throughout the transfer period as well.
Before filing a transfer application, students must ensure that their credentials and course-specific cutoff points fulfill the standards specified by the respective schools. Many courses have varied cut-off standards depending on the level of the university.
Furthermore, the placement service allows you to track the status of transfer applications on the portal.
Applicants will be allowed to follow the procedure, which requires consent from the two universities involved.
Students who are dissatisfied with their application results for universities and colleges can reapply using the inter-institution transfer portal.
The processing fee for submitting a transfer application is Ksh1,000. The payment will be sent using the pay bill number supplied in the portal.
The receiving and releasing institutions will have a maximum of seven days to accept or reject the transfers. After these seven days have passed, the applicant must restart the application process.
CS Education Last week, Ezekiel Machogu revealed that 285,167 students who took the 2022 KCSE were offered admission to a range of universities and colleges.
These students have access to degrees, certificates, diplomas, and artisan programs from 282 educational institutions.
“A total of 870,561 people qualified for admission to colleges and universities.” According to Machogu, 285,698 of these pupils applied for positions at the colleges.
A total of 140,107 students were admitted into degree programs at public institutions, while 130,485 were accepted into degree programs at private colleges.