KUCCPS University Opening Dates 2023 For First Years Confirmed
KUCCPS University Opening Dates 2023 For First Years Confirmed. The candidates for the 2022 KCSE are really anxious. This is because KUCCPS took too long to launch the university application portal so they could change their course offerings.
On Tuesday, April 4, the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) made it clear that the September admission for students supported by the government would take place.
The placement process, according to KUCCPS, will enable students who took the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam in 2022 to enroll in institutions.
Following a number of complaints and reports on moving the date from September to May, KUCCPS responded. The government organization, however, denied rumors that the date had been modified.
Government-sponsored students will enroll in September rather than May, according to KUCCPS.
While with denying rumors that students would start classes in May, KUCCPS also reminded 2022 KCSE students that the placement application process had not yet begun.
KUCCPS University Opening Dates 2023
After the application, students would also be permitted to change their course selections, according to KUCCPS.
The application process for applicants for the class of 2022 has not yet begun; the portal will first be available for course revision before transfer applications are submitted, according to KUCCPS.
The government authority stated, “The application instructions will be made available during the transfer window.”
In order to prevent confusion, KUCCPS stated that information would be distributed to students via official KUCCPS channels and public service announcements in the media.
The KCSE results slips and all other necessary information must be submitted by applicants to KUCCPS.
According to the 2022 KCSE results made public by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu, 173,345 applicants received the required C+ or higher for university admittance.
In order to make sure that all educational institutions are ready to accept new students, Machogu suggested that the placement service work with higher education regulatory organizations like the Commission for University Education (CUE) and the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVETA).
Those who didn’t make the cut, according to Machogu, will still have options in other tertiary schools.