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Uganda’s leading education hub, Victoria University (VU) has extended classrooms to a fully furnished state of the art Market Plaza. The University says, shifting some lectures to Market plaza was made to help students observe Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs), complying with Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES, National Council for Higher Continue Reading
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The Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM) has released the final program schedule for the Triennial Conference and Africa Higher Education Week slated for December 6-10, 2021 at Palais des Congres de Cotonou, Benin. The events will be held under the Theme ‘Operationalising Higher Education for Innovation, Industrialisation, Inclusion Continue Reading
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Kentim University moves to address glaring cases of unemployment through hands on training in the country. The University provides Knowledge and skills to farmers to do farming as business through various on-farm training programs in agriculture along the entire value chain for small and medium scale enterprises. Through its Business arm, Kentim Ventures Limited, Continue Reading
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Standard Chartered Bank Uganda has announced it has signed a partnership agreement with Unicaf to increase its clients’ access to quality higher education. With this partnership, the Bank’s clients and employees can earn up to a 75% Scholarship and take advantage of Unicaf’s Professional Development Short Courses designed to boost their skills and knowledge. The […]Continue Reading
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The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has revealed that girls have out competed their counterparts, boys in the just released Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) exams. The revelation was made by Dan Nokrach Odongo, Executive Director of UNEB. Female candidates performed better than their male counterparts at the principal level pass (A-E) in Arts […]Continue Reading
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ChildFund Uganda started the implementation of the Early Childhood Care and Education Improvement project worth over Shs 1 billion in Busia district. The project which will run for three years is being implemented in partnership with Busia Area Communities Federation with support from Busia district local government. It is funded by ChildFund Korea and aims […]Continue Reading
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Uganda wins again! Our very own Busie Matsiko-Andan has been named to Berkeley College’s Board of trustees. It is no lie that Busie Matsiko-Andan is one of the most influential people of African descent in the world, she also has been recognized by the African Union for her efforts in diversity and inclusion. Busie has […]Continue Reading