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ICS College Admission list: 2022/2023 – Admission Letter

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We are happy to present to you information on the East Africa ICS College (East Africa Institute of Certified Studies) full 2023 intake admission letter and list.

ICS College

The management of the institution has released the names of successful applicants accepted and uploaded their admission letter for download.

Therefore all successful applicants can check their name below.

EAST AFRICA ICS COLLEGE LIST OF ACCEPTED STUDENTS AND ADMISSION LETTERS

Applicants are advised to download their KUCCPS admission letter below

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After confirming your East Africa ICS College Admission Status, you can then proceed to East Africa ICS College Admission Portal: https://www.ics.ac.ke/ to Download your Admission letter process. Steps:

  1. Go to the East Africa ICS College Admission Portal via https://www.ics.ac.ke/
  2. Log in with your Application Details, i.e Your username and password or index number.
  3. Navigate to the Admission Letter section to download and print your KUCCPS admission letter.

Alternatively, for the 2023 KUCCPS admission status, visit http://students.kuccps.net/ to download your admission letter process. 

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Note: The Principal selects the applicants who meet the stipulated entry requirements. The successful applicants will be notified through the addresses they shall have provided (Postal Phone and E-mail). The unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted.

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Further Reading: Check Out ICS College 2022/2023 Tuition and Fees

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