Ndejje University Postgraduate Admission 2020-2021

By | June 19, 2019

Ndejje University Postgraduate Admission 2020-2021

Application Procedures

Ndejje University offers postgraduate courses at Masters and Diploma levels besides those offered at undergraduate levels. Prospective students should apply through the online admissions portal before the deadline date as it is communicated by the Admissions office. Late applications are only accepted if the program space allows. These should be received not later than two weeks after the start of the appropriate semester; OR not later than a week after the beginning of a session. The admission procedure includes the Master’s Program applicants.

Application is made through filling the application form online at the admissions portal.

Further inquiries on specific issues may be sought by writing or telephoning directly to:

The Academic Registrar
Ndejje University
P. O. Box 7088, Kampala
Tel: +256-0392-730321
Fax: +256-312-202781
Email: registrar@ndejjeuniversity.ac.ug

Requirements

Ndejje University has two principal avenues for entry into the University:

Direct “A” Level Entry

Candidates who have completed “A”- level are considered. They should have obtained two or more Principal passes at the same sitting at the “A” level examinations in any subject. Except when specifically provided in special faculty requirements, all subjects offered by the Uganda National Examinations Board are regarded as approved subjects for entry.

Mature Age Entry Scheme

All candidates who may have attempted “A”-level and fail to get two principal passes but have relevant working experience, may seek admission to the University

Candidates who hold a Diploma with relevant qualifications (e.g. in education, business administration, etc) may seek admission. Candidates, who hold several certificates and have relevant experience, may also seek admission for the course relevant to their experience.

Also, candidates who fail to get principal passes at “A”- level or international students who don’t meet the minimum entry requirements can be admitted to the “Advanced Certificate Course” for one year. When they score an average of 60% in the final examinations, they may be admitted for the degree course in the following year.

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