KUCCPS Opens Portal for Second Revision of Courses

KUCCPS CEO Dr.Mercy Wahome speaks during a TVET forum on March 8, 2024.
KUCCPS CEO Dr.Mercy Wahome speaks during a TVET forum on March 8, 2024.

The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) has re-opened the application portal for the second revision of courses for 2023 KCSE students.

According to the Placement Service, the opportunity targets previous applicants who have not yet secured courses or are yet to submit their course selections.

The application portal is open for KCSE students and Form Four leavers from 2000 to 2022.

The students will be allowed to submit their courses for placement in universities, Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) and TVETs (Technical and Vocational Education and Training).

The KUCCPS students portal.
The KUCCPS students portal.

The applicants are encouraged to revise their courses before the April 25, 2024, deadline.

How to Revise

Students will be required to access the application portal through www.student.kuccps.net

Key in your login details by entering your KCSE index number, KCSE year and password (First-time users are advised to use the Birth Certificate Number of the KCPE number as the initial password).

Click on the Applications tab in the upper left-hand tab to check the requirements.

Alternatively, search for the courses by their institutions by clicking on the institutions tab.

Scroll through the programs and either add or revise the courses selected in the bracket.

To either replace a course, click on the application/revisions tab and enter a different program code.

The program codes can be accessed from the course list.

Once you are done, click submit.

Candidates are not required to pay any placement fee as they are advised to submit the mobile money code used during the first revision phase.

The government has been keen on encouraging students to take up TVET courses to enhance the country's capacity to offer practical training,

According to President William Ruto, the courses will push the youth to positively contribute to the economic growth of a country.

In the current financial year, the government allocated Ksh28.3 billion to cater for TVET institutions. 

2022 KCSE Students
An invigilator distributes papers to Starehe Boys' Centre students sitting KCSE exams in 2021.
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