Patriotism starts with the love for your culture

The best way of promoting patriotism in Africa is by encouraging citizens to love and be proud of their cultures, tribes & clans. But there are some people in Uganda who don’t love their cultures and they pretend to be Patriots of this country. Surely aren’t those guys leading us into a ditch? How can […]

Courses offered at Uganda Christian University

Courses offered at Uganda Christian University

  Uganda Christian University was the first private University in Uganda to be granted a charter by the Government of Uganda. The Campus Times brings a list of courses taught at UCU at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Bachelor of Agricultural Science and Entrepreneurship Bachelor of Arts in Languages Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication […]

Uganda Christian University, the first private University to get a charter

Uganda Christian University was the first private University in Uganda to receive a university charter from the Government of  Uganda. The Government of Uganda granted a charter to Uganda Christian University in 2004. A university charter is the highest level of national accreditation.  Uganda Christian University was founded when the historic Bishop Tucker Theological College […]

Bishop Stuart University starts course in Law

Bishop Stuart University is going to start teaching a new degree course in Law. Teaching of the new law course will commence in the coming academic intake in September 2013. The university will admit about 65 students for the LLB Degree programme and only 30 lucky students for the Diploma in Law course. The University […]

Nkumba University in search of a new Vice Chancellor

Nkumba University is searching for  a new Vice Chancellor. The contract of Prof.Paul Edward Mugambi expired on 18th December last year.  Prof. Mugambi is currently serving as an acting Vice Chancellor. The university appointing authority requested him to continue serving until the 19th of June 2013 as they prepare to fill the gap. Sources reveal […]