About: Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service

The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) officially took over the roles and functions of the Joint Admission Board but with an expanded mandate including colleges. Its main function to co-ordinate the placement of government sponsored students in universities and colleges. The placement service sets a cut-off point for

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Public Universities and colleges application goes online. Apply Now!

Online applications for government sponsored new students in public universities and colleges will open online applications on 19th May, 2014 The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service, the new body that replaced the Joint Admissions Board, announced that applicants have until May 31st to apply through the online system. “Application will

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Grade B for male candidates, B- for female: Uni placement sets minimum points

The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (Placement Service) has set the cut off point for admission to degree programmes at B of 60 points for male candidates and B- of 58 points for female candidates. The cut-off procedure was agreed by representatives of Universities and Colleges during a workshop

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Government to decide placement of privately sponsored students

President Kibaki has assented to the Universities Bill 2012 which ushers changes in the governance of institutions of higher learning including a new commission that will replace the Commission for Higher Education.   The Joint Admissions Board, which is responsible for placement of students in public universities, has been replaced by the

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