KUCCPS 2018/2019 List of Unplaced Students of Diploma, Degree & Certificate Courses
The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service(KUCCPS) has announced the opening of second revision for KUCCPS 2018/2019 List of Unplaced Students of degree, diploma and
certificate choices on Thursday, March 1, 2018 and will close on Monday, March 12, 2018.
This application is open for the 2017 KCSE candidates and those from previous years who, on competitive selection after the first revision of choices, have not secured any
of their choices.
The index numbers of these candidates are listed in the Placement Service website
www.kuccps.ac.ke. Candidates should only apply for the degree, diploma and certifi cate
programmes with unfilled capacities, which are listed in the website.
Applicants whose index numbers do not appear in the website have already provisionally
secured one of their choices, subject to approval by the Placement Board, and will be
communicated to at the end of the placement process.
Candidates who had paid the placement processing fee during school application and
fi rst revision will NOT be required to pay for the second revision.
Those who did not apply during the School Application or First Revision of Choices may
use this opportunity to submit their applications. In addition, candidates who attained a
mean grade of D plain and above or C – and above and did not qualify for Government
sponsorship in the previous years may apply for certifi cate and diploma courses
Relevant guiding information such as available programmes per university and college,
subject clusters, previous cut-off points (where applicable), weighted cluster points
(calculated by performance index) as well as the application procedure may be accessed
as downloads from the website.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call customer care lines 0723 954 927
/ 0734 879 662.
Please note the dates for the second revision carefully.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
KENYA UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES CENTRAL PLACEMENT SERVICE