The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service, KUCCPS, has completed the process of placing the 2018 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, exams candidates to universities of their choice. For most universities, the reporting date is between August and September, 2019.
Students are expected to visit the KUCCPS portal so as to know the university into which they have been placed. After knowing the university of placement, proceed to download the admission letter. The admission letter contains vital information for prospective students.
CONTENTS OF THE ADMISSION LETTER.
Here is a list of important items highlighted on the admission letters for the 2019/2020 first years:
1). The School where the student has been placed i.e school of education, School of Pure and Applied Sciences.
2). The Title of the degree that the student will be awarded at the completion of the study period e.g Bachelor of Education.
3). The reporting date.
4). The student’s registration number.
5). Documents that the student must present on the reporting date e.g Originals and copies of:
i). Admission Letter.
ii. KCSE Certificate and/or KCSE Result Slip on the day of registration for verification purposes.
iii. National Identification Card. If under 18 years of age, Birth Certificate will be required.
iv. National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) Registration Card for self or for guardian.
v. Proof of payment of full fees as per the respective programme fee structure.
vi. Your agreement to adhere to the Rules and Regulations Governing the Conduct and Discipline of Students of the University.
6). Fees payment details; amounts and accounts into which the deposits are to be made.
To download your Egerton University admission letter visit the university’s official website at; http://www.egerton.ac.ke/