If you are form four or Form six leaver and you are interested in studying diploma or certificate programs in a public or private collage, you must complete the Online Application on NACTE Admission Verification System or apply directly to the Training Institution in .
The NACTE 2020/2021 Online application system will be open so. You should fill out the online application forms as soon as possible on the official NACTE site OR institution site,
It’ll be easier to complete your application process if you are aware of some important issues and gather what you need ahead of time. Below is everything you need to do before attempting to apply and how to apply for Certificate and Diploma programs.
Carefully Read the NACTE admission guidebook for the Category/Profession you wish to apply.
The Admission Guidebook (Guidebook) is meant to provide the applicants with basic information on matters related to the entire process of admissions through the Central Admission System. The Guidebook indicates the programmes offered in each institution as approved by NACTE.
In addition, it indicates the minimum entry requirements, institutional capacity, fee structure for each programme
Applicants are therefore, strongly advised to read the Admissions Guidebook before they start lodging their applications in order to know exactly requirement of programmes they wish to apply, it is highly recommended to carefully read admission guidebook
All the admission guide books for Health and allied sciences (including community health, health records etc) programmes, Teacher education programmes, Administration, Business, Law, Planning, Social Work, Community Development, Tourism and related Programmes, Agriculture, Livestock, Engineering, ICT, Computer Science and other related Sciences Programmes are available here download it here
Prepare your Application fee (Nonrefundable):
It is important to pay Application fee first in order to get M-pesa confirmation code, the application fees for this academic year are as in following categories: –
For Certificate/Diploma and Higher Diploma in Health and Allied Sciences (Including Community Health, Health Records etc): – TShs 10,000/= Per Institution Which shall be paid through M-PESA
All applicants are advised to keep in safe place their confirmation number from Vodacom M-PESA payment for future reference (For Online or NOAVAS applicants)
Prepare the following things Before initializing the application process
It is important to gather the following particulars before initializing the application process,
- Valid Phone Number, Valid and Working Email Address, for receiving your login password and other important updates
- Payment M-pesa Confirmation Code (For NOVAS applicants)
- Your form four /form six index number
Start your registration:
Soon After paying application fee you will be able to apply for any category you want, you can start your application process by making a self-registration through NOAVS. Where you will be required enter your initial qualification details. Follow the below link to proceed;
- If this is your first time click here to start your application.
- If you are already registered please click here
You can also send your application directly to the training institution, Here is a full list of institutions allowed to admit new students for Health and Allied Sciences programmes
You must be holder of Ordinary Certificate of Secondary Education (CSEE) or its equivalent recognized by NECTA, or National Vocational Award (NVA) 3 from VETA or its equivalent recognized by VETA or General Certificate of Engineering(GCE) from NECTA or Certificate of Education Under Mpango wa MUKA.
For other privante Training Institutions you are advised to visit their websites for more info on how to apply or you can check the list of institutions allowed to admit new students for Health and Allied Sciences programmes for more details
Remember that you are advised to read carefully the admission requirements of each programme you anticipate to apply in the guidebook before initializing the application process in order to avoid problems that may arise due to failure to follow appropriate instructions.
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