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Visa oshwal scholarships

Oshwal aid in association with Higher education Loans Board (HELB) offers scholarships to direct entry university students. The scholarships will funds 20 students for the total tenure of study. For undergraduate degree programme. The fund supports needy entrants in local universities to a maximum of kshs 100,000 per annum. The application period is July to August every year.


Training Revolving Fund

The Government of Kenya has partnered with Higher Education Loans Board to offer loans to civil servant for postgraduate studies. The loans are offered at 4% interest rates. The amount range from a minimum of Kshs. 50000 to a maximum of Kshs 500000. The repayment period is up a maximum of 72 months.

FunzoKenya Loans and Scholarship programme

To this end, the Board entered into partnership with Intra Health Kenya with a view to enhancing access and equity to higher education specifically to health workers by way of granting them loans and scholarships. The Loans and scholarships target those already within the health sector workforce as well as those directly enrolled into approved institutions mandated in the training of health workers. The objectives of the program are: To increase the production of new health workers in Kenya, promote quality and efficiency in delivery of health care, increase the pool of experts in different and specialized health fields and motivate and improve retention of health workers.

Nation Media Group

The Higher Education Loans Board in collaboration with Nation Media Group offers scholarship to bright sportsmen and women. In this inaugural year the scholarship is offered to students who are actively involved in sports and have been admitted to Kenyatta and University of Nairobi. The maximum awarded is Kshs 500,000 per annum per student.

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HELB Kenyatta University Partnership

The Higher Education Loans Board [HELB] has partnered with the Kenyatta University (KU) to support orphans, vulnerable and talents needy students to undertake degree programmes offered at KU on self-sponsored basis.

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The Higher Education Loans Board has partnered with the banks for loans recovery. Loanees can therefore make payments by depositing cash to HELB collection account in the following banks: Citibank, Cooperative, Barclays, Kenya Commercial Bank Standard Chartered bank and Equity.