KUCCPS Invites 2021 KCSE Candidates For Inter-university, Inter-Faculty transfers-Apply Here
Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement services (KUCCPS) has invited 2021 KCSE candidates who sat their in March 2022, and all those who applied for placement in 2022 and are dissatisfied with their placement results, to apply for interinstitutional or interfaculty transfers. ( click here to start your apply for a transfer.)
KUCCPS says that it will open the portal on Monday July 25 and close it on August 24 , for students to place the changes, and therefore students can spend the weekend figuring out their changes so that they don’t make mistakes in the transfers.
According to KUCCPS CEO Mercy Wahome, the changes to be made will be final and therefore the candidates need to be extra careful when making them.
“The transfer exercise will end on August,24. Application guidelines will be published on the application portal before the commencement,” Wahome said.
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According to, Wahome, the students should qualify for the courses they wish to pick in various institutions.
“A transfer application must be endorsed by both receiving and the releasing institutions,” she added.
The applicants will then be able to monitor the transfer process in due time.
“Once approved transfer letters will be posted on the portal for download by the applicants,” she said.
Previously, Education CS George Magoha said 90 per cent of candidates who scored a mean grade of C+ and above were successfully placed.
The students had applied to join universities or Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges and were successfully placed.
“85 per cent of those who applied got into degree programmes while five per cent will take up courses in TVET institutions,” Magoha said.
He further said 144,466 students qualified for various degree programmes.
Another 85.8 per cent of those that were placed in universities, 67,237 are female and 56,726 are male.
Other 5,278 candidates who also qualified for degree programmes have been placed in TVET colleges of their choice.
The reports show that more female candidates (68,705) have joined TVETs compared to male candidates (54,000).
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