The Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) is a body tasked to finance and fund kenyan students who are studying in various institutions of higher learning pursuing various courses. As long as any student meets the required, he or she is eligible to apply for the loan.
Today, Higher Education Loan Board informs all beneficiaries to stay updated by knowing their loan status. This will help to enhance and make it easier for applicants to know if their application go through and checked whether loan application documents has been verified or not. Those who wishes to access their loan status are advised to use Higher Education Loan Board portal.
The Higher Education Loans Board is about to open their portal to allow applications from students who just completed their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and the continuing students at the tertiary levels. The board provides an opportunity to the under privileged in the society to easily access loans to finance their tuition fees and upkeep money.
Helb are set to give out the opening dates for subsequent loan application coming June.This is of a great news to Helb beneficiaries who really depends on Helb loan to clear out their school fees and also as an upkeep. Most University students who have been fully depending on Helb loan have been eagerly waiting for these dates to come.so many similar Quastions concerning the same which are now trending on Twitter clearly indicate their hunger of this small amount of money
Higher Education Loan Board has this early morning sent a message to all Kenyans via their official verified Facebook page concerning the Kenyans who are working as staffs in the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA). Higher Education Loan Board HELB has this morning informed the Kenyans who are working as Kenya Revenue Authority staff that they can finance your certificate, diploma or even under graduate at KESRA.
Higher Education Loans Board is a Kenyan body mandates to fund needy students who pursue their higher learning education in Kenyan universities or those universities within East Africa. For the body to disburse funds for any students, the following should be attached to their form which should be properly filled and submitted to any Huduma center or their headquarters.
The Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) which is mandated to finance and fund needy kenyan students studying in various institutions of higher learning has announced the dates for the application of the subsequent loans for it's beneficiaries. As usual, application for the subsequent loan is done at least two months before resumption of an academic year which for many universities in Kenya, the academic year commences in September or late August.
Higher Education Loan Board has this morning sent a message to all Kenyans via their official verified Twitter account. According to the Higher Education Loan Board you can be in a position to access any HELB loan service at any Huduma Center near you. So in case you do not need to go to Nairobi to get the HELB services you can visit any Huduma Center near you and get assisted.
Today, Higher Education Loan Board advises working staff at the Kenya Revenue Authority that they can finance their course at Kenya School of Revenue Administration (KESRA) or enroll for any post-gradutae studies at a recognized University, by applying for the Kenya Revenue Authority Training Revolving Fund.
The Higher Education Loan Board has this morning sent a message via their official verified Facebook page on how one can be able to make payments using the Safaricom bonga points. The Higher Education Loan Board has this morning informed Kenyans that 5 bonga points in HELB is equal to ksh 1 bob.
The Higher Education Loan Board is responsible for assisting students who are unable pay the fee by providing loan to the students. Worrying news reaching our news desk is that 75, 000 students who wish to get the Higher Education Loan Board may miss out on the funding due to lack of funds.
Today, Higher Education Loan Board (HELB) informs their beneficiaries through their official Twitter page that they can repay their loan with 5 Bonga points valued at 1Ksh. Therefore beneficiaries are advised to remit their loans just by redeeming their Bonga points. For them to redeem they will dial *126# and select Lipa na Bonga.
Helb loans has been helping students who are not able to get enough fees and upkeep while in school especially university students, college students and tertiary institutions across the country. Some students have been also experienced slot of challenges in repaying the loans especially after pandemic of covid-19.
As the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);is mandated to fund kenyan needy students, they should know they are awarded these loans. First, students should remember that each and every time HELB awards a loan, there is deduction of an administrative fee of Ksh500 before the rest being disbursed to the student's and school accounts for tuition fees and up keep respectively.
Today, Higher Education Loan Board (HELB) has responded to the people views by extending the covid-19 penalty waiver by 60 days until 30th June 2022. This has made every beneficiary to be in good moods since during covid-19 pandemic many were faced with financial crisis. Therefore, beneficiaries are advised to make use of this sixty days given to them to remit their loans.
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Higher Education Loans Board has stated all Self-employed or otherwise those not in formal employment on how to repay their loans. Note that the employed, are usually deducted a certain amount of money on their salaries, in a bid to repay their loans directly from the bank.
The Higher Education Loan Board has this morning sent a message to all Kenyans who are HELB beneficiaries and they are living in abroad. They have informed all those Kenyans living in abroad that they can now be able to pay their loans when they are in abroad using Wave or even World Remit.
Kenyans with HELB loans have a reason to smile after the institution extended the deadline for the Covid-19 penalty waiver. The 100 percent penalty waiver was supposed to end on April 30 but has been extended to June 30. Higher Educations Loans Board (HELB) CEO Charles Ringera said Kenya's economy had slowed down due to the pandemic.
The Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) has announced an extension of the 100 percent Covid-19 penalty waiver by another 60 days to June 30, 2022. The waiver will run from May 1 to June 30. HELB Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Charles Ringera, in a statement today cited tough economic times and unemployment as some of the factors affecting the repayment of loans.