Muni University Reopening of Second Semester 2020/2021 Academic Year

By | November 15, 2021

Reference is made to the Presidential address of 22nd September 2021 in which all post-secondary institutions of leaning were directed to reopen effective 1stNovember 2021 on condition that all students above 18 years of age, teachers and
non-teaching staff are vaccinated against COVID-19.
Accordingly, I would like to welcome you back and inform all students, staff, parents and guardians that the second semesi:er of 2020/2021 Academic Year, begins tocl,9.y,1St November 2021 with half a day orientation s3ssion. Please endeavor to attend.
The first week of the:; Semester shall be used for completion of first Semester examinations, which were cut sh.ort by the Covid 19 lock down of 18th June 2021, as
well as filling any gaps that may have emerged during the Online teachings in the lockdown period. The Office of the Academic Registrar will issue a detailed tin? Stable for the Semester.
Currently, the University :s accepting applications for both direct and diploma entries under the private sponsorship scheme. I implore you to inform your networks about this opportunity to become pall of the great MU!

For your information, the National Council for Higher Education recently accredited four new academic programs to run at MU. They are; Master of Education Educational Planning & Management, Bachelor of Economics, Bachelor of Science
(Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Computer Studies) and the Higher Education Access Certificate-Humanities.
Similarly, the Higher Education Students Financing Board (HESFB) selected MU as the Student Loan Application Center for the West Nile region to reduce the challenges faced by majority of the less privileged and less resourced students
without IT skills and/or computers, who wish to be supported to apply for the Loan
The office is situated at the former Muni University Task-force premises, near radio Voice of Life, 100.9 FM, in the Central Division of Arua City. Let’s encourage potential applicants to visit that office for the necessary support.
Lastly, I urge you to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and continue observing the Standard Operating Procedures (sops) issued by the Ministry of Health.