KUCCPS Placements Out! Here’s How to Check

  • May 23, 2024
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KUCCPS Placements Out! Here’s How to Check

The wait is over! On Tuesday, May 23rd, 2024, the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) released the much-anticipated university and TVET placement results for the 2024/2025 academic year. This is exciting news for thousands of Kenyan students who anxiously awaited their fate after the KCSE exams.

Congratulations to All Candidates

A huge congratulations to all the students who participated in the placement process. Regardless of the outcome, this marks a significant milestone in your academic journey.

How to Check Your Placement:

There are two convenient ways to check your KUCCPS placement:

  1. Online Portal:
    • Visit the KUCCPS student portal:
    • Enter your KCSE Index Number, KCSE Year, and Password (your Birth Certificate No. or KCPE Index No. used during KCSE registration).
    • Once logged in, your placement details will be displayed on the dashboard, including the institution you’ve been placed in and the program you’ll be pursuing.
  2. SMS:
    • Send your KCSE Index Number followed by your KCSE Year (separated by a space) in a text message to 20842.
    • For example, if your Index Number is 12345678 and your KCSE Year is 2023, send “12345678 2023” to 20842.
    • You will receive a reply SMS informing you of your placement institution and program. (Standard charges apply)

What Happens Next?

Once you know your placement, it’s time to start preparing for the next step! Here’s a quick guide:

  • Review Your Placement: Carefully review your placement details and ensure everything is accurate.
  • Contact Your Institution: Get in touch with your assigned institution’s admissions office. They will provide you with specific instructions on the next steps, including registration procedures and reporting dates.
  • Prepare for Admission: Gather all required documents for admission, such as your KCSE certificate, original copies of your transcripts, and any other documents requested by the institution.
  • Financial Aid: Explore financing options if needed. You can check with the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) or consider scholarship opportunities offered by your institution or external organizations.
  • Accommodation: If you require on-campus housing, contact your institution’s housing department to inquire about availability and application procedures.

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Embrace This New Chapter

This university or TVET placement is the beginning of a new and exciting chapter in your life. Embrace the learning opportunities, explore new interests, and make the most of your time in higher education. Congratulations once again, and best wishes for your academic journey.




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