Category Archives: Announcements

Gulu University Applications Extension for Special Mature Age Entry Examinations

The Academic Registrar, Gulu University, announces that the applications for the Mature Age Entry Examinations for the 2024/2025 Academic Year for the Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Bachelor of Public Administration and Management to be held at Gulu University Kotido Campus has been extended to 30th June 2024. Examinations will be done on 13th July 2024. To be eligible for the Mature Age Entry Examinations… Read More »

Makerere College School Mulawa

Makerere College School is a co-educational government-aided O and A- level school founded in 1945 by Makerere University (then still a College of London University). Location It is located on Makerere University Campus, Kampala, adjacent to the College of Education and External Studies on Makerere Hill Road. Establishment The school started as a demonstration school where innovations in… Read More »

Busitema University Shortlist for Special Entry Examination for Admissions to MED, BNA AND BNS Programmes

The shortlist for the special entry examination for admissions to Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, Bachelor of Science in Anaesthesia, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs at Busitema University for Diploma Scheme applicants has been released. The exams are scheduled to take place at Mbale Secondary School in Mbale City on Saturday, April 13th, 2024 starting at… Read More »

Makerere University Applications For AWE Change Masters Fellowship Programme Support

Makerere University College of Health Sciences in collaboration with Duke University, USA are conducting a national collaborative research study on Epilepsy with local leading researchers in the fields of neurology and psychology in Uganda and international experts in the field of neurology and neurosurgery in the USA. The study aims to investigate the panorama of epilepsy in Uganda across… Read More »

UBTEB November/December Examination Results

The Board registered 23,971 candidates of which 7,573 were females representing 32% while the males were 16,398 representing 68% for final year examinations and assessment.   #ReleaseofNovDec2023ExaminationsResults I applaud the Board for continuous engagements with key stakeholders mainly the world of work to support the call for a TVET that delivers and is fit to address the skilling gap… Read More »

Mbogo High School

This was the first to be established among the five schools. It started in 1995 at the rented premises of Hajj Lulagala Mawazi but as enrolment increased, the premises couldn’t suffice for a full boarding school. Land was purchased at Kawempe Tula where the school is currently located with a serene learning environment customised for a girl child… Read More »

Kakoola High School

Kakoola High School was started in 2003 by the then Minister of Buganda Kingdom, later Member of Parliament for Bamunanika constituency and currently State Minister for Higher Education, Owek. Hon. Dr. J. C. Muyingo.His vision was to further the education of children in his ancestral area, Kakoola village, who had completed primary level from the primary school his… Read More »

St Maria Goretti Secondary School, Katende

The late Fr. Anthony Ndiwalana who was then a serving priest at Our Lady of Consolation Katende Catholic parish started St Maria Goretti SSS Katende as a private Catholic-founded school in 1966. Unfortunately, the first year was discontinued due to inconveniences and the school was officially opened in January 1967. Registration and Admission Requirements of New Students At… Read More »

UNEB UACE Top Best 1000 Schools in Uganda

On Thursday, Uneb released the results of 110,553 learners who registered for the November 13-December 1, 2023 UACE examinations across 2,102 centres in the country, posting an increase of 12,663 candidates in the previous year. “Analysis of the overall candidates’ performance in the examination shows that a very high percentage of candidates (99.1%) qualified for the award of… Read More »

Summary Of UNEB UCE Statistical Performance of Candidates

The table below indicates that, although female candidates are fewer in number than male candidates, proportionally, they performed better than their male counterparts did. The percentage of passes at the upper levels (3P and 2P) is higher, while the percentage of passes at the lower levels and failure rate among female candidates are lower than for the males.… Read More »