Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) Kenya provides bursaries, scholarships, and loans to students in public institutions recognized by Kenya’s Ministry of Education. With HELB loans, all Kenyans wishing to further their studies have every reason to smile as they can easily attain their academic dreams and pursue a rewarding career. This exhaustive guide helps you know the process of registering for the HELB loans via the students’ portal, how to check your status or pay your bills whether you are a first-time applicant, or postgraduate student.
Though HELB was officially established in 1995 following the Act of Parliament, its history started in 1952 when the colonial government starting giving loans to bright students under Higher Education Loans Fund control. These early loans were mainly given to scholars who wanted to study in foreign universities mostly in the United States, Great Britain, South Africa, USSR, and India.
How do HELB Loans Function?
HELB provides financial support for applicants seeking to pursue undergraduate or postgraduate degrees. It is available as scholarships, loans, and bursaries where the beneficiaries must repay at the time specified by the terms and conditions for a particular HELB loans type.
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