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  • Prof. Buzeyo kicked out of Makerere job 

    Andate, Okanya (New Vision, 2019-06-16)
    Prof. Buzeyo kicked out of Makerere job
  • Muteesa Royal University gets VC 

    Buregyeya, Dismus (New Vision, 2019-06-11)
    Muteesa I Royal University has appointed Prof. Vincent Kakembo from the Nelson Mandela University in South Africa as its new Vice- Chancellor
  • Mak secures sh432b for agribusiness, data centers 

    Nantambi, Agnes (New Vision, 2019-06-11)
    Makerere University has secured over $120m (about sh432b) to construct centers for agribusiness and data
  • Mak asks new entrants to print own admission letters 

    Ahimbisibwe, Patience (Daily Monitor, 2019-06-12)
    Makerere University has asked its new students to print own provisional admission letters after they have met the minimum requirements to study from the institutional in the 2019/2020 intake.
  • The quest for a PhD: Victory the ultimatum Reward 

    Mwalimu (New Vision, 2019-06-05)
    The quest for a PhD: Victory the ultimatum Reward
  • University don roots for traditional medicine 

    Mugasha, Chris (New Vision, 2019-06-06)
    The government should develop institutions which are engaged in traditional herbal medicine, a university don has urged
  • Parliament rejects sh169B loan for technical education 

    Sekanjako, Henry (New Vision, 2019-06-03)
    MPs have rejected a proposal by the government to borrow up to $45m (sh169B) from the Islamic bank to support the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) support project
  • UMI urged to produce job creators not seekers 

    Andrew, Kaggwa (Daily Monitor, 2019-06-03)
    Dr, Ruhakana Rugunda urged the institution to embark on graduating Ugandans that are skilled enough to create jobs than seek
  • MUK hostel case: Land probes for mediation 

    Malaba, Tom (Daily Monitor, 2019-06-07)
    The commission investigating land matters has pledged to mediate between the family of Mr. Ephraim Lubega and Mr. Lawrence Mukasa, the man who purchased the Kinoni wothout approval from Ms Eva Lubega Birabwa, his wife
  • Wildlife institute US varsity partners in research 

    Draku, Franklin (Daily Monitor, 2019-05-27)
    The Uganda wildlife Research and training institute (Uwrite) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Kent State University that will see the two institutions partner in research aimed at sustainable wildlife conservation
  • Makerere are on great form 

    Were, Johnson (New Vision, 2019-05-27)
    Makerere Bulls beat police 31-26 in the National hand bell league to go level with Uganda Prisons' junior side spears on top of the men's table standings on eight point each
  • A Long, rough and costly journey to PhD 

    Luzobe, Samuel (New Vision, 2019-05-29)
    To succeed in life, it does not mean your road must be straight.You might meet many obstacles, and at times, feel like giving up.Some, have indeed given up and have not or did not live to see their academic dreams.Dr. ...
  • What are the benefits of studying on scholarship? 

    Otage, Stephen (Daily Monitor, 2019-05-29)
    "Tuition is free and you earn allowances.It takes you away from the work environment so that you can concentrate on the study programme". Herbert Benon Oluka, University of Leeds, UK.
  • Govt fulfills university pledge to West Nile 

    Mufumba, Isaac (Daily Monitor, 2019-05-29)
    In the run up to 2006 General Election, the ruling NRM Party announced it's commitment to what is described as qualitative and quantitative expansion of University Education. The Party's manifesto for 2006-2011 specifically ...
  • UCU Canons dare un beaten warriors 

    Senono, Elvis (Saturday Monitor, 2019-05-25)
    There is common agreement that warriors have assembled one of the best rosters in the National Basket League this season.That status has further been enhanced a 6-0 start includes wins over champions City Oilers as well ...
  • Nkumba in key test 

    Senoga, Shafik (Sunday Vision, 2019-05-26)
    Nkumba University need victory to move one step to fifth position on the National Beach Soccer League table standings. The Team, who face MS Sand Lions and KIU at Lido Beach, Entebbe on Sunday are sixth overall with 21 points.
  • University students revel in end of semester party 

    Nsubuga, Denis (New Vision, 2019-05-24)
    When party goes to Gulu, it surely goes down in style as witnessed on Sunday, at Gulu University in Gulu District during the end of semester Smirnoff Ice Green Apple Party. It was a Sunday, perhaps a day to stay put it ...
  • Tightening grip on student loan repayment 

    Mbabaali, Desire (Daily Monitor, 2019-05-20)
    In the 2014/2015 academic year, the government rolled out it's students' loan scheme under the Higher Education Students Financing Board (HESFB) with aim of helping disadvantaged students access an education at the ...
  • Govt asked to equip technical institutions to offer oil courses 

    Atuhairwe, Robert (New Vision, 2019-05-21)
    The government through the education ministry, has been urged to equip technical training institutions to train and prepare more locals for the oil and gas jobs.
  • Govt orders employers to remit students' loan or face jail 

    Emorut, Francis (New Vision, 2019-05-21)
    The Government has directed employers to remit money owned by their employees to the students loan scheme. Failure to so, the employers will face punitive measures.

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