Best Deals Under StanChart Kenya’s ‘Back to School Offer’ for Students

Standard Chartered Kenya has announced exciting deals with a range of exclusive offers for its 'Back to School' campaign to ease the burden on parents and guardians.

Students and pupils are back for their new academic session, Standard Chartered Kenya has announced exciting deals with a range of exclusive offers for its ‘Back to School’ campaign to ease the burden on parents and guardians.

Here are some of the best deals that are currently running on Stanchart Kenya for students.

Stanchart together with its partners – Bata Shoe Kenya, Chandarana Foodplus, Savanis Bookshop, Nairobi Sports House, and Text Book Center- is offering huge discounts and offers on books, school bags, sports and fitness accessories, and basic school supplies.

Shopping! Enjoy 360 Rewards from Standard Chartered

With your Standard Chartered Visa Debit and Credit Cards, rewards are all around you. Stanchart rewards you with points every time you spend Ksh 100.

This comes with all the convenience you need. This is coupled with the security of Visa debit cards, QR payments, or transactions are done using the Standard Chartered Digital Banking mobile app.

If you are a new customer, you can also enjoy these benefits by easily opening an account via the Standard Chartered Digital banking mobile app.

Standard Chartered Easy Payment Plan

Did you know that with your StanChart credit card, you can pay for your child’s school fees and spread the payment over 6 – 12 months at 1.08 percent interest, with the Easy Payment Plan (EPP)?

The EPP allows Credit Cardholders to choose an installment plan for purchases made with SC Credit Card.

EPP attracts no processing or liquidation fees and gives you the opportunity to enjoy the lifestyle that you want now while providing relief from the stress of paying at once.

With the Easy Payment Plan, you can make purchases from your favorite stores and then spread the repayment in a flexible and stressful freeway and at your own convenience.

Kenyan schools began the first term of the 2022 school year on April 25 and will end on July 1. According to the academic calendar, there will be a half-term break from May 26 to May 29. Students and pupils will break for one week of the holiday.

After the first term, the schools are expected to reopen in two weeks, from July 11th to September 16, 2022, for the second term. During the term, there will be a midterm for one week from August 6 to 13 to enable General Election to be conducted on August 9.

Term Three of 2022 is scheduled to start from September 26 to November 25, 2022, for 9 weeks with no midterm. 

During the term, the current Form Three will sit for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE) from December 1 to December 23, 2022. The current Grade Five pupils will sit for the CBC National Assessment and the Kenya Certificate of Basic Education (KCBE) during this term. Then in 2023 (next year), the academic calendar will normalise.

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