Helb Undergraduate And Postgraduate Scholarships 2021/2022

HELB Undergraduate and postgraduate Scholarships 2021/2022

HELB scholarships.
Learn all about HELB scholarships options and sources for students looking to study in Kenya.


ABSA
This is a partnership between HELB & ABSA. The scholarship funds twenty(20) students per year for total tenure of study. Only government sponsored students have access to the scholarship.

VISA OSHWAL AID
This is a partnership between HELB & Visa Oshwal The scholarship funds twenty(20) students per year for total tenure of study. Only government sponsored students have access to the scholarship.

POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
HELB awards partial scholarships to Kenyans pursuing postgraduate programmes (Masters or Doctoral) in local Public or Private Universities recognized by the Commission for University Education [CUE].
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Jielimishe Loan (For Salaried Students)
HELB takes the stress of fee payment off your mind to let you focus on your studies.

Education is one of the most important investments you can make in yourself. HELB offers Jielimishe Loan to employed students pursuing Professional Courses, Higher National Diploma, Bachelors, Postgraduate-Diploma, Masters or PhD degrees in Kenya. The loans are awarded per year and paid directly to the approved institutions of higher learning.

Features
    Quick loan processing
    Competitive interest rate of 10% per year
    Flexible repayment periods of 12 – 48 months (72 months for Public Servants)
    Convenient and easy monthly check-off repayments
    Borrow up to 90% of your program fees to a maximum of Kshs. 600,000
    Affordable Credit Life Insurance Policy
Requirements
Admission letter from a recognized university/College in Kenya
Certified copy of your last acquired academic certificate (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Three (3) months latest pay slips (certified by your employer)
If you are employed on contract, please provide copy of appointment letter for a contract of not less than two years (certified by your employer)
Certified copy of your National ID (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Certified copy of your KRA PIN (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Certified copy of National ID from two employed guarantors (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Recent colored passport size photograph of yourself
 Who is eligible
Employees in:

Civil service (Ministries, Counties, National Police Service, Kenya Defense Forces)
Public Commissions e.g. Teachers Service Commission, JSC, PSC, CAJ, SRC, CRA etc
Parastatals e.g. KRA, NSSF, NHIF, NTSA, KWS, KFS, KPA etc
Public Universities
Selected Private companies (E-mail jielimishe@helb.co.ke to check whether your company is eligible)
Note:

Loan applications are done online on www.helb.co.ke.  
Jielimishe loan repayment starts immediately upon disbursement to the training institution.
CIVIL SERVANTS TRAINING REVOLVING FUND
This is a facility specifically for Civil Servants in National Government, County Governments and National Police Service. This loan is offered in collaboration with The Ministry of Public Service. The amount awarded is between Kshs. 30,000 and Kshs. 500,000 at a competitive low interest rate of 4% per year, with prolonged repayment period of up to 72 months (6 years) through check-off. The courses covered include examinable short courses of at least three (3) months and Postgraduate studies (Masters and PhD). The loan is used to finance Tuition, Library, Computer and Research and Examination fee

Features:
Quick loan processing
Competitive interest rate of 4% per year
Flexible repayment periods of 12 – 72 months (6 years)
Convenient and easy monthly check-off repayments
Borrow up to Kshs. 500,000
Requirements:
Admission letter from a recognized university or training institution in Kenya
Course recommendation letter from your employer
A copy of 3 months latest pay slips (certified by your employer)
Certified copy of your national ID (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Certified copy of your KRA PIN (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Certified copy of national ID from two guarantors employed within civil service (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Recent colored passport size photograph of the applicant
Who is eligible
Civil Servants in National Government, Parliamentary Service Commission, Judicial Service Commission, County Governments, and National Police Service pursuing Postgraduate studies

Note:
Loan applications are done online on www.helb.co.ke

Repayment:
Repayment is due 1 month after disbursement through monthly check-off system from the employer’s payroll for a maximum period of 72 months (6 years). Applicable interest is 4% per year and an annual ledger fee of Kshs. 1,000.

KRA STAFF TRAINING REVOLVING FUND
Are you an employee of Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)?
Take advantage of this fantastic offer of up to Kshs. 500,000 at a competitive interest rate of 4% per year.

Features:
Quick loan processing
The loan covers Tuition, Library, Computer and Research and Examination Fee
Competitive interest rate of 4% per year
Flexible repayment periods of 12 – 48 months
Convenient and easy monthly check-off repayments
Borrow up to Kshs. 500,000
Requirements:
Admission letter from KESRA, a recognized university or training institution in Kenya
Course recommendation letter from your employer (KRA HR office)
A copy of 3 months latest pay slips (certified by your employer)
Certified copy of your national ID (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Certified copy of your KRA PIN (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Certified copy of national ID from two guarantors employed within KRA (certified by a commissioner of oaths)
Recent colored passport size photograph of the applicant
Who is eligible:
KRA employees pursuing Certificate, Diploma, Undergraduate or Postgraduate studies at KESRA or a recognized Kenyan university

How to apply:
Loan applications are done online. Visit www.helb.co.ke to access the online applications via the HELB student portal.

Repayment:
Repayment is due 1 month after disbursement through the monthly check-off system from the employer’s payroll for a maximum period of 72 months (6 years). Applicable interest is 4% per year and an annual ledger fee of Kshs. 1,000


These loans are for students pursuing their studies in Public or Chartered Private Universities within the East African Community, placed either through the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS), Self-sponsored, Parallel and Module II Students studying for a Bachelor’s Degree only. Pre-University, Certificate, Diploma or Postgraduate students are not eligible to apply for this loan. The loan attracts interest of 4% and Kshs. 1,000 ledger per year. Students are advised to apply for the loan at least one month before the opening date to allow ample time for processing.

Type of Loan Application
There are two types of undergraduate loan applications:

First Time Application-This is for applicants who are applying for the first time.
Second & Subsequent Application-This is for applicants who are applying for the second, third, fourth time as per the program duration
Note: The number of loans one is eligible for depends on the program duration. For example, one is given loan 4 times for a 4-year program or 5 times for a 5-year programme

How to apply for a HELB Loan as a First Time Applicant:
Visit our website www.helb.co.ke to access the Student Portal and click on “create an account” to register.
Once the account is created, log in and select the appropriate Undergraduate First Time Loan Application Form [LAF].
Read the literature or view the videos on Financial Literacy and participate in the brief exercise online.
Access and fill the loan application form.
Print TWO copies of the duly filled Loan Application Form [Mandatory]
Have the forms appropriately filled, signed, and stamped by the relevant authorities.
Attach all the documents as per the checklist and present one copy of the duly filled Loan Application Form at:
Any of the following Huduma centers nearest to you: Bomet, Bungoma, Chuka, Eldoret, Embu, Garissa, Nairobi GPO, Kakamega, Kericho, Kilifi, Kisii, Kisumu, Kitale, Kitui, Lodwar, Machakos, Makueni, Meru, Migori, Mombasa, Murang’a, Nakuru, Nandi Narok, Nyeri, Taita Taveta, Thika and West Pokot for free and secure delivery; or
HELB Student Service Centre on Mezzanine 1, Anniversary Towers, University Way, Nairobi
Retain a complete copy of the Loan Application Form [This is mandatory]
Note:

Please ensure that you read, understand, and follow the instructions provided at the beginning of the online loan application process including reading and undertaking the HELB Financial Literacy Programme.
It is recommended that students prudently manage their HELB loans once disbursed to cater for Tuition, books, stationery, accommodation, and subsistence.
Requirements
A copy of the Applicant’s national ID Card
Copies of the parents’ National ID Cards/death certificate where the parent is deceased
Copies of both guarantors’ National ID Card
A copy of the applicant’s admission letter and KCSE result slip/certificate
A copy of the applicant’s Bank ATM/Bank card (for Government sponsored students only)
A copy of the applicant’s Smart Card from the institution
One recent colored passport size photograph of the applicant.
How to apply on the HELB App as a second and Subsequent applicant
Applicants should visit Google play store and download the HELB Mobile Application.
Register your details (First name, Phone, Email Address, National ID and KRA PIN number) on the HELB App to generate a PIN which you will use to log in and accept the license agreement. Ensure that you use the Safaricom number that you use for Mpesa transactions and it should be registered in your name
Read the mandatory Financial literacy notes and undertake a brief Question & Answer to appreciate the purpose of credit. Scroll down to view results then click “proceed”.
Click on loans then select undergraduate loans to get the Undergraduate Subsequent Loan Application Form [LAF].
Follow each step to fill in the required details and submit. A pop-up message will appear to show that you have successfully applied. The loan serial number will also be displayed
NB: You will be required to pay Kshs. 1 from your MPESA account during the application process to verify your telephone number.  Please note, the application is paperless hence no printing.

Students that are not Safaricom subscribers will be directed to the Portal and apply using the application form, after which they will be required to print and submit the form to the HELB Student Service Centre on Mezzanine 1 Floor at Anniversary Towers
Please ensure that you read, understand, and follow the instructions provided at the beginning of the online loan application process including reading and undertaking the HELB Financial Literacy Program

Eligible students
Recent beneficiaries of the Undergraduate Loan
Students placed by the Kenya Universities and Colleges Placement Service [KUCCPS] in the local public and private universities
Self-Sponsored, Parallel and Module II Students studying for a Bachelor’s degree only [Certificate, Diploma, Pre-University and Postgraduate students ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THIS PRODUCT]
Loan award
The maximum Undergraduate loan awarded is Kshs. 60,000. For the students placed by Kenya University and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS), the loan amount is split to cater for both Tuition fee and Upkeep. A standard amount of Kshs. 4,000 for Government sponsored students only is deducted from the loan awarded and disbursed to the university per semester, for tuition [Total Ksh 8, 000] and the rest is sent to the applicant’s bank account as upkeep.

For the Self sponsored students, all the money is sent directly to the university once a year as tuition fees.

An Administrative Fee of Ksh. 500 per year is charged on the loan awarded and it is therefore deducted from the disbursed loan. A limited number of needy government sponsored students receive a bursary of between Ksh. 4, 000 and Ksh. 8,000 per year. The Bursary is paid to the university as tuition.

Repaying the Undergraduate Loan
Undergraduate loan repayment starts within one year of completion of studies or within such a period as the Board decides to recall the loan, whichever is earlier. However, one can make voluntary payments before or after completion of studies to reduce the loan balance. HELB UG Loans are charged 4% interest per annum and is repayable up to a maximum of 120 months.

Higher Education Loans Board HELB Portal Login
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Clearance Certificate
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Telephone Numbers And Email Address
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Online Application Deadline
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Application Form PDF Download
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Job Opportunities
Higher Education Loans Board HELB App Download
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Act PDF Download

Kenyan students pursuing Certificate, Diploma and Higher National Diploma courses in select Public Universities, select University Colleges, Public National Polytechnics, and approved TVET Colleges under the Ministry of Education are eligible for this loan and bursary. The loan attracts interest rate of 4% and a ledger fees of Kshs. 1,000 per year.

How to apply as a First Time Applicant
Visit our website www.helb.co.ke  to access the Student Portal and click on “create an account” to register.
Once the account is created, log in and select the appropriate TVET First Time Loan Application Form [TLAF].
Read the literature or view the videos on Financial Literacy and participate in the brief exercise online.
Access and fill the loan application form.
Print TWO copies of the duly filled TVET Loan Application Form [Mandatory]
Have the forms appropriately filled, signed, and stamped by the relevant authorities.
Attach all the documents as per the checklist and present one copy of the duly filled Loan Application Form at:
Any of the following Huduma centers nearest to you: Bomet, Bungoma, Chuka, Eldoret, Embu, Garissa, Nairobi GPO, Kakamega, Kericho, Kilifi, Kisii, Kisumu, Kitale, Kitui, Lodwar, Machakos, Makueni, Meru, Migori, Mombasa, Murang’a, Nakuru, Nandi Narok, Nyeri, Taita Taveta, Thika and West Pokot for free and secure delivery; or
HELB Student Service Centre on Mezzanine 1, Anniversary Towers, University Way, Nairobi
Retain a complete copy of the TVET Loan Application Form [This is mandatory]
Note:

Please ensure that you read, understand, and follow the instructions provided at the beginning of the online TVET loan application process including reading and undertaking the HELB Financial Literacy Programme.
It is recommended that students prudently manage their HELB loans once disbursed to cater for Tuition, books, stationery, accommodation, and subsistence.
Application requirements
A copy of the applicant’s admission letter from the institution
A copy of the applicant’s National Identification Card.
Applicant’s KCSE result slip or certificate
Copies of the parents’ National ID Cards or death certificate where the parent is deceased
Copies of both guarantors’ National ID Card
A copy of the applicant’s Bank ATM/Bank card
One recent colored passport size photograph of the applicant.
Note:
The applicant should access and complete the relevant TVET Loan and Bursary Application Form (TLAF).
Print TWO copies of the duly filled Loan Application Form.
Have the TVET Loan Application Form signed and stamped by the Dean of Students and/or Financial Aid Officer.
Retain one copy of the duly filled TLAF (Mandatory).
Drop the TLAF personally at the HELB students Service Centre on Mezzanine One, Anniversary Towers or any of the SELECT Huduma Centers nearest to you
Repaying the TVET Loan
TVET loan repayment starts within one year of completion of studies or within such a period as the Board decides to recall the loan, whichever is earlier. However, one can make voluntary payments before or after completing studies to reduce the loan balance. HELB Loans are charged 4% interest per annum and is repayable up to a maximum of 48 months.

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Higher Education HELB Loans & Scholarship Board Contact Address And Location
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Current News
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Higher Education Loans Board HELB Postgraduate Scholarships Application
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Higher Education Loans Board HELB Repayment Status
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Higher Education Loans Board HELB Compliance Certificate
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Certificate Checker
How To Create Higher Education Loans Board HELB Account
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Disbursement Dates And Deadline
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Employer Portal Login
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Higher Education Loans Board HELB Guarantors Form PDF Download
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Higher Education Loans Board HELB Release Date
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Higher Education Loans Board HELB Subsequent Application Form PDF Download
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Higher Education Loans Board HELB Till Number
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Undergraduate Application Deadline
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Verification
Higher Education Loans Board HELB Waiver Calculation
How Much HELB Loan Can One Get?
How Do I Check For My HELB Loan
When Can One Apply For A HELB Loan?
When Are HELB Loan Awards Released?
I Don’t Have An ID Card; Can I Apply For A HELB Loan?
Is It Compulsory To Apply For A HELB Loan?
What Is The Applicable HELB Interest Rate & When Does It Start To Accrue?
Am I Eligible For HELB Loan In 2nd Year If I Did Not Apply In 1st Year?
What if I was awarded a loan but it is not enough, can I request for additional funds
What if I can’t remember my password for the HELB Online Portal?


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