Top 2018 KCSE scorers will enrol in some of the country's best universities to study prestigious courses of their choice. They include Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, law, architecture, engineering and computer science, pharmacy, nursing and quantity survey. The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service will open the online system for inter-institution transfer applications between May 1 and 30. The top 2018 KCSE candidate, Juliet Otieno, will study aeronautical engineering at the Technical University of Kenya. Out of the 181 students, 120 will study Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery.
Source: The Star April 16, 2019 04:07 UTC