KUCCPS online portal now open for first revision 2020
KUCCPS online portal now open for 2020/2021 placement, here are the details on application procedure and deadline
The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service, KUCCPS has opened its online portal for the first revision of courses for KCSE 2019 candidates.
According to KUCCPS chief executive officer Dr Muraguri, the deadline for the first revision of KUCCPS courses for KCSE 2019 candidates has been set on March 9, 2020 at 5.00 p.m.
According to KUCCPS data, 88, 928 KCSE 2019 candidates qualified for KUCCPS placement.
Besides, Universities have declared a capacity of 193, 878.
This means that all candidates who attained the minimum entry requirement of C+ plus and above will get placed in various Universities.
KUCCPS Online Application Procedure
To successfully apply for KUCCPS programmes for all the 4 levels, a candidate is expected to pay Kshs 500 to facilitate the application process.
There are four main steps that one should follow to successfully apply for KUCCPS placement.
Step 1: KUCCPS school or centre application
This is the first step towards a successful KUCCPS placement.
At this stage, a KCSE candidate selects courses for all levels Artisan, Craft, diploma and degree levels prior to the KCSE exam.
Step 2: KUCCPS first revision of courses
At this stage, KUCCPS opens its official online portal for candidates to apply and revise their courses.
KCSE 2019 candidates are expected to revise their courses before 9th March, 2020 at 5.00 p.m.
Step 3: KUCCPS second revision of courses
At this stage, KCSE candidates who have not been placed are given an opportunity to select courses for unfilled slots or available courses provided that they meet the minimum requirements.
This is the last step. It provides an opportunity to KCSE candidates who did not get any placement during the first and second selection to pick any course with unfilled capacities provided that they meet the minimum requirements.
Below are the minimum requirements for all the four levels of tertiary institutions