For the first time, KUCCPS will also be admitting students to the 32-government primary teacher training colleges (TTCs).
The 2021 and previous years’ KCSE candidates, including non-citizens, can apply to these TTCs.
All 826,807 KCSE candidates will be placed in higher education institutions. equally, all 145,145 students who received a C+ or higher on the university admission exam will be offered government-sponsored slots at public and private universities.
Only past candidates who sat for KCSE from 2000 to 2021 and scored C(plain) and above will be eligible for placement to the primary TTCs.
Students who scored C+ and above who did technical subjects to apply for the three diploma-offering secondary TTCs, Kibabii, Lugari and Kagumo admitted through KUCCPS under Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) system.
Government sponsorships will only be considerable to candidates applying through the KUCCPS portal, Magoha therefore urged the placement body to be timely for all applicants to be informed by the end of June.
The school portal will be opened in July 2022 for the current KCSE candidates to start selecting courses considering the fairness, integrity, and efficiency of KUCCPS processes.
KUCCPS has also warned of fraudulent websites that give false information and people posing as their employees asking for money.