Can one pay fees through the kasneb bank account?

Students are advised to pay fees through the kasneb fee collection accounts in any branch of the following banks:

National Bank of Kenya Ltd. (NBK). – Account No. 01001031572601

Equity Bank Ltd. – Account No. 0170299238025

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

Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd. – Account No. 01129128535900

Payment of fees by students based in Kenya should preferably be made to the above kasneb 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 .

Students outside Kenya are advised to pay applicable fees in dollars at any branch of KCB in their countries to kasneb KCB collection account number 1123096465, domiciled at Capital Hill Branch, Nairobi. Thereafter, students should submit their documents to kasneb together with a copy of the bank deposit slip.

Is it possible for kasneb to post the forms for registration, student identity card, registration renewal, examination entry and exemption to a student or a prospective student?

Yes on request. The forms are also available on the homepage of kasneb website The forms are also available at any Kenya National Library Service branches countrywide and from all institutions that offer training in kasneb examinations.

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