Kenya has 31 public chartered universities, seven public university constituent colleges, 20 private chartered universities, three private university constituent colleges and 13 private universities with letters of interim authority.

The candidate has a wide range of options to choose from locally, as well as other higher learning institutions globally.

The Kenya Universities and College Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) places candidates under government sponsorship to different universities and colleges.

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The student is expected to make and/or revise their degree choices once KUCCPS makes the call.

Application Guidelines

  1. Applications must be submitted through the KUCCPS Student’s Portal.
  2. Applications may also be submitted through the Placement Service App, KUCCPS STUDENTS, which is available for download on Play Store.
  3. More information including detailed application guidelines, institutions, available programmes, minimum subject requirements and previous cut-off points are available on the Portal.
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The placement application process is automated and applications can be submitted online from any location through mobile phones, tablets and computers connected to the Internet.

Applicants are advised to observe the deadline as late applications will not be accepted.

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