The Higher Education Loans Board invites applications for the 1st Time 2016-2017 Technical, Vocational Education & Training [TVET] Loan and Bursary from eligible applicants in the public Technical, Vocational & Education Training [TVET] Institutes recognized by the Ministry of Education [MoE], registered with Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service [KUCCPS] and a member of The Kenya Association of Technical Training Institutions [KATTI]. Eligibility: 1. Students enrolled in Approved TVET Courses and applying for TVET Loan and Bursary for the FIRST TIME. 2. Direct Entry TVET Self-Sponsored Students How to Apply for TVET Helb loan: Visit www.helb.co.ke to register. Log… Read More »
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HELB announces disbursement of 2016/2017 loans for subsequent applicants: 3rd Batch The Higher Education loans Board (HELB) has announced the disbursement of loans for subsequent undergraduates applicants. The loans are expected to be available in bank accounts by Friday 9th September 2016. First time applicants (First years) will however have to wait longer as their applications are still open upto the end of September. A message HELB shared read “We have disbursed 3rd batch of 2016/17 subsequent undergraduate loans. Check your bank account by 9/9/2016” The remaining subsequent applicants who will not have received their loans will have to wait… Read More »
NO HELB loan if your parent is a loan defaulter-Charles Ringera- Students whose parents benefited from HELB will now not be able to receive HELB loan disbursements if their (parents) defaulted. While speaking at Kenyatta University, the Higher Education Loans Board CEO Charles Ringera indicated that a number of parents who benefited from HELB loans and have not started to repay. He insisted that until a commitment is shown from defaulter parents, their children will bare the consequences. Mr Ringera also indicated that they will start tracking HELB loan defaulters using using credit information.