Helb loans have time immemorial facilitated the progression of individuals pursuing higher education with the funds to accomplish their academic dreams. In return, these funds are required to be repaid back albeit with interest after a defined period. Beneficiaries who… Read More ›
Helb loans mature a year after completion of one’s studies and begin attracting penalties once the grace period elapses irregardless of whether an individual has secured employment or not. Therefore, in order to avoid paying the accruing penalties, it is… Read More ›
TVET loans are among the category of loan products provided by the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB). Such loans are usually reserved for applicants pursuing certificate, diploma and higher diploma courses in select public universities, colleges, polytechnical and approved TVET… Read More ›
The Higher Education Loans Board commonly known as HELB is a Kenyan government parastatal under the Ministry of Education. The statutory body is tasked with the provision of finance to individuals undertaking higher education in public or private universities and… Read More ›
An undergraduate subsequent Helb loan is a loan taken after a successful application and disbursement of the first one. Application for the subsequent undergraduate Helb loan is similar to the one for the first time applicants only that this one… Read More ›
The HELB Undergraduate student loans are reserved for public/private university entrants within the EAC for both government and self sponsored students as well as those pursuing technical courses. HELB Undergraduate loans are available for first time and subsequent applicants for… Read More ›
DEADLINE FOR 1ST TIME HELB LOAN APPLICANTS IS 31ST AUGUST 2017 Are you a 2017/2018 undergraduate in search of 1st time HELB loan? This article is for you.