KCB Foundation Scholarships

The KCB Foundation Scholarships offers secondary education sponsorship for students who are bright but needy. The program provides a full sponsorship to the students for the 4 years of secondary education and targets more than 1000 beneficiaries every year.

In order to qualify for the KCB foundation scholarship, the applicant must come from a needy home and must have attained the prescribed county cut off marks in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination. One must also have a calling latter to a national or county/ex-county secondary school.

2018 KCB KCB Foundation Scholarships

Benefits of the KCB Foundation Scholarship

The scholarship covers the following;

  • Full school and tuition fees for four years.
  • Personal effects such as books and other learning materials as well as assistive technology for students with a disability.
  • Quarterly one-on-one mentor-ship sessions with KCB branch staff and an annual holiday mentor-ship program.
  • Internship and employment opportunities during and after the university studies.

KCB Foundation Scholarship Eligibility

  • The scholarship program is only open to applicants who sat their KCPE exams this year (2017).
  • One must have attained the prescribed county cut off marks
  • The applicant must come from a needy background.
  • The applicant must have sat his/her KCPE exam in a public primary school and have a calling letter a public National/ Provincial/ ex-County secondary school.

How to Apply

  • Scholarship forms may be downloaded here or can also be obtained by visiting the nearest KCB Bank branches countrywide.
  • Fill the form in full and attach all the necessary documents and then submit the form to the nearest KCB Bank branch in your county.
  • Purpose to attend an interview on 16th December 2017 in the county where you did your KCPE exam.
  • Kindly note that the application form is only available until 15th December 2017. For more details, visit the KCB branch nearest to you or the KCB website.

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