Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service has opened the KUCCPS portal for inter university transfer for those students who qualified and were placed at various institutions.
Students who have been placed in locations or universities they don’t like can apply for transfer. However the deadline is soon and you will have to pay a facilitation fee of Kshs. 1,000 ($10) for the same.
How to Apply for Interuniversity Transfer
Below we quickly outline a simple procedure on how you are supposed to attend to and perform inter-university transfer.
Things to Ensure you have done before doing Inter university transfer
- You MUST have been placed with Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS).
- MUST have an account with KUCCPS to perform all this operations.
- You scored at least a C+ in your KCSE results
- Must have Kshs. 1,000 as payment for your transfer.
- You must remember your KCSE index number for that is part of the Account Number you pay to. E.g. if my index number is 36622540001 done exams in 2016 then my account number is 201636622540001.
- The course you were placed is offered in the University you want to transfer to.
If you’re OK with the above conditions them you can proceed to have a look at the procedure on how to do inter-university transfer via KUCCPS.
- login to the KUCCPS student portal with your KCSE INDEX NUMBER, YEAR OF EXAMINATION and KCPE INDEX NUMBER or BIRTH CERTIFICATE NO. as your password
- You can access the students’ portal through this URL (here)
- After logging in head over to the menu and click on Transfers or http://students-new.kuccps.net/transfers/
- Ensure you have paid the Kshs. 1,000 via MPESA to the account number listed above in the conditions you need.
- Make sure the course you were awarded is in the University you wanna transfer to.
You can try applying for inter university transfer and if you don’t make it or experience aby problems let us know through the comment box. We can do it for you too. Just head over to contact page and request the service.