Kenya Universities and College Central Placement  Service (KUCCPS) is the official body mandated by the government to place candidates to different universities and colleges in Kenya under government sponsorship.

what happens after KUCCPS placement and revision
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First Revision

This is the first step. You are required to select the course you want to do in University or College at the KUCCPS Website during the first revision. This revision goes for about one month.

Placement After Revision

After first revision is over, successful candidates are notified in their KUCCPS account.  The message below indicates that you have been placed;
“Congratulations! The Placement Services Congratulates you on being placed to one of your choices in the recently completed revision. Further details on your placement will follow at the official release of the Placement Results.
Some of your earlier programmes may indicate as ‘not on offer’ since they are not available for this revision”

Message error meaning;

The error message below means that the courses or programmes are not available for second revision.  It does not mean that you were not placed in the  programmes

“Programme Code does not exist/Programme is not on offer. Enter a valid Programme Code
Programme Doesn’t exist”

What Next After first  Revision placement?

If you have been successfully placed after first revision, relax and wait until  those students who are doing second revision are placed.   Don’t be worried about the university and course which you have been successfully placed as that will be communicated later. All you have to do is just wait for some months for further updates.

Second Revision

You  are required to do second revision if you have not been placed after first revision. Failure to do second revision if you were not placed in first revision means that you will have to organize for your university education alone as a private sponsored or self sponsored student.

What is the difference between Self Sponsored and Government sponsored

Self sponsored means you will pay your entire school fees alone and government sponsored means that the government will pay part of your school fees. This also means that private sponsored students pay more schools fees than government sponsored student

HELB application

You will only be able to apply for helb once you receive your admission letter. This is because your admission number is needed for HELB application.

Getting Admission Letter

Universities will start sending admission letters once students who did second revision are placed. That normally takes place between the month of August and Settlement. Also NOTE that most universities this day don’t send admission letter for posta.

Official KUCCPS contacts Telephone : 0723954927, 0734879662 Email : info@kuccps.ac.ke

You can also read  How to confirm Course and University admitted to by KUCCPS, for September 2016/2017 Intake

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