Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) has opened the course application portal for candidates sitting for the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) candidates set to sit for their exams in March 2022.
KUCCPS CEO Mercy Wahome stated that they had begun the application process after holding course sensitisation training among education stakeholders.
She added that the systems have been automated and will ensure that the process is fair to all the candidates who will make their applications.
Additionally, students seeking to make applications to join Teachers Training Colleges (TTCs) will be able to use the platform for the first time after KUCCPS added the placement of TTCs to the portal.
“KUCCPS will add value to TTC admission by utilising its automated placement system to guarantee fair competition among applicants.
“Affirmative action will also be applied to benefit applicants with disabilities and those from marginalized regions,” she stated.
The placement body has announced over 546 degree programs with an additional 218 college courses and 114 certificate courses.
How To Apply
Students are required to pay Ksh500 to open an account with the assistance of their teachers and school administrators.
Upon visiting the placement portal, candidates will register for the programs after inserting their KCSE index numbers, KCSE year, and creating a password.
Additionally, applicants are advised to use their KCSE index numbers or birth certificate numbers as their initial passwords.
“Use Your Birth Certificate No. / KCPE Index No (as used in KCSE Exam Registration) as your Initial Password,” read a statement in the KUCCPS application portal.
However, candidates will be allowed to make revisions to the courses in May after the results are announced with placements slated to begin in June.