Methods of Payment of Fees 2017-12-06T09:31:31+00:00

Methods of Payment of Fees

Methods of payment of fees

Mobile Payment Guideline

Payment through various kasneb Student Fee Collection Accounts with banks

National Bank of Kenya Limited (NBK) – kasneb Fee Collection Account No. 01001031572601.

Equity Bank Ltd. – kasneb Fee Collection  Account No. 0170299238025.

Kenya Post Office Savings Bank (Postbank) – kasneb Fee Collection Account No. 0744130009246.

Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited  –  kasneb Fee Collection Account No. 01129128535900.

Payment of fees by students in Kenya should preferably be made to the above kasneb Student Fee Collection Accounts in any branch of the above listed banks countrywide using the appropriate fee deposit slips. Students are required to complete the appropriate kasneb forms and the relevant fee deposit slips (except for Postbank which does not use deposit slips). Upon payment of the requisite fees to the banks, a cash deposit receipt will be issued to the payee. The completed kasneb forms should be left with the banks for onward transmission to kasneb . The forms may be obtained from kasneb website-www.kasneb.or.ke, kasneb offices, training institutions offering kasneb courses and Kenya National Library Service branches countrywide.

Payment at selected Huduma Centres

Students in Kenya may also make payment at the kasneb counters in the following Huduma Centres: GPO, Kibera and Makadara in Nairobi, Mombasa, Eldoret, Kisumu, Meru, Nyeri, Kisii and Nakuru.               

Payment by banker’s cheque/draft, cash or crossed money order

Payment can also be made by Bankers Cheque/Draft, Cash or crossed Money Order (Payable at City Square Post Office, Nairobi). Bankers Cheques/Drafts and Money Orders should be sent to kasneb together with the relevant forms or covering letters to avoid delays in processing such fee. If cash is sent by post it should be registered and enclosed in the special registered envelope provided by the Post Office. However, there is a risk of this money getting lost in transit. Cheques are accepted only on condition that they will be honoured on first presentation. Any cheque which is dishonoured for whatever reason or which has to be returned to a student because it is post-dated or is incomplete or has some technical defect may result in the student not being registered or entered for the examinations. Besides, the student will be required to pay an administrative charge thereof.

Although payment of fees could still be made by cash at kasneb Towers, Hospital Road Upper Hill, Nairobi, during normal working hours from Monday to Friday between 9.00 a.m. and 3.45 p.m., students are strongly advised to pay their fees through the kasneb Student Fee Collection Accounts in any branch of the above listed banks to avoid queues and inconvenience to themselves.

Students are advised that payment by cash at kasneb offices will soon be phased out and therefore they should utilise the available channels through the banks. Students are further advised to make payment early enough and avoid the practice of rushing to make payments on the closing dates specified for registration or examination entries.

4.4 Students residing in foreign countries

Students based in foreign countries may pay fees in US dollars to kasneb KCB collection account No. 1123096465 domiciled at Capital Hill Branch, Nairobi or by bankers cheques/drafts which should be drawn payable to kasneb. Thereafter, students should submit the requisite forms to kasneb together with a copy of the bank deposit slip or evidence of electronic transfer of the money.

Examination entry/annual registration renewal forms and remittances which are sent by post should be posted at least one week before the closing date to ensure that they are received in time. kasneb will NOT accept responsibility for delay or non-arrival of fees sent by post.