Today, Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service has announced that the entry points to the university is not yet released. They went ahead to advise the students to keep on checking their website for updates. Therefore, the students are supposed to follow KUCCPS on their official website pages to be concerned on matters pertaining their courses.
Since the outbreak of COVID 19 pandemic in the country, many people lost their jobs as many companies were either closed or forced to reduce their workers. The education system was also affected as schools were forced to close for a period of 8 months. The Ministry of Education was forced to change the education system in order to adjust to the new normal of life.
Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement service (KUCCPS) is a body mandated with the responsibility of placing students to higher institution of learning. After students have selected their courses, Kuccps reviews and places them accordingly. In it's announcement, it stated that 94,285 KCSE 2020 candidates have been placed in various courses after their first revision.
Today, Kenya Universities and Colleges Central placement Service has notified all the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) students that the deadline for revising courses will be tomorrow, 11/06/2022. This is done to avoid the cases that was witnessed last time as many of students was complaining of being left out by system during application.
Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service has opened their site again for revision of courses and to give chance to first-time applicants. The body is responsible for placing government sponsored students into into universities and colleges after they complete their secondary education. For students who would wish to apply for programs with KUCCPS, the following are the requirements.
Kenya universities and colleges central placement service (KUCCPS) is a state corporation that provides career guidance and selects students for placement in various colleges and universities It offers various courses offered in various universities and collages and students are advised to chose courses wisely based on their grades and cluster points
Today, 7th August, Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service has released their results on placement of students in both public and private universities all over the country. This sounds as a good news to the students who had sat for their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination in the year 2020.
The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) opens it's portal for application and revision of courses by students who desire to apply for various careers in different universities or colleges. Here is what follows after the first revision of these courses. When the first revision of courses has been completed, Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service often take days to process student course selection applications.
According Citizen tv report, Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service was reported to have disclosed finally that real fate of 2020 candidates. KUCCPS revealed that 2020 candidates will now know their stand basing on the universities they have been given come mind August. KUCCPS reported that after the completion of July revision, most of the students who did their revision successfully will receive the universities and colleges they applied for before end of August.
Today, Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service announces that the application for courses will be on May. The modalities are being worked out to start the process of placing the 2021 Kenya certificate of secondary education Candidates to degree and Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) courses.
Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service in their tweet, have today the 15th of July officially placed the 2020 candidates in their preferred universities and colleges of choice. They advised the students to check the institutions where they are placed via the student portal in the kuccps website
Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service has announced that the process of university placement for Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education students is now complete after a long wait for the 2020 students. Kuccps noted that the process will be made public on Tuesday, August 17 after a rigorous exercise following the third revision that closed in June.
Candidates who attained C+ will get direct entry to the Universities around the country. Most of the candidates will be at a dilemma when they realise that they did not achieve the cut off points for courses they intended to pursue. Photo courtesy of google Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service has come to the rescue as it has revealed courses that may ensure employment after graduation.
Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service KUCCPS has opened student portal for KCSE 2020 students to check courses and and universities or colleges they have been placed. According to kenya universities and colleges central placement services KUCCPS Chief executive officer Dr Agnes Wahome , a total of 94,275 candidates have so far been slotted to the degree courses they selected during the first phase of the placement exercise that was concluded on June 11.
Kenya has a sovereignty nation has allowed many institutions of education training to operate freely. The students normally applies for training institutions after form four results. The Kenya universities and colleges central placement service (KUCCPS) is one again inviting eligible students to apply for TVET course of their in national polytechnic. This announcement is meant for those missed the last placement to diploma, certificate and artisan course. It is good at this period of corona virus to students
Recently,Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service, released the placement results to universities and colleges. Over 70,000 students knew their fate of joining the universities and Colleges of their wish. During the announcement process which took place on Tuesday morning, Education cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha made some utterances which has not been kindly taken all over the country.
Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service KUCCPS now says the 2020 KCSE candidates will know their fate by mid-August this year. According to a statement to newsrooms on Sunday after the conclusion of the revision of choices on July 23, 2021 for those who applied for placement to local universities and colleges this year.