Courses that will be funded under students' loan scheme

Courses that will be funded under students' loan scheme
President Museven handing over a cheque to students of Kyambogo university
President Museven handing over a cheque to students of Kyambogo university

Undergraduate students intending to join university in the coming academic year will have a chance to be granted loans through the students’ loan scheme.

5billion shillings will be used to fund the students studying science courses in the 13 public and private chartered universities in Uganda.

Only 26 Science courses in the chosen 13 universities were approved to be granted students’ loans (FY 2013/14.

Courses to be granted funds under students’ loan scheme include;

1 B. Medicine & Surgery (MBchB)

2 B. Pharmacy

3 B. Nursing

4 B. Dentistry

5 B. Medical Lab. Sciences

6 B. Medical Lab. Completion

7 B. Clinical Medicine & Comm. Health

8 B. Community Health

9 B.Sc. Medical Radiography

10 B. Veterinary Medicine

11 B. Nursing Completion

12 B. Pharmaceutical Sciences

13 B. Physiotherapy

14 B.Sc.Education

15 B. Agriculture

16 B.Sc. Agriculture Mechanization

17 B.Sc. Water Resource Eng.

18 B.Sc. Agro Processing Eng.

19 B.Sc. Animal Production and Management

20 B.Sc. Mining

21 B. Agriculture & Entrepreneurship

22 B. Voc. Studies in Agric. with Educ.

23 B.Sc. Electrical Engineering

24 B.Sc. Civil Engineering

25 B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

26 B.Sc. Petroleum Engineering

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6 Responses to "Courses that will be funded under students' loan scheme"

  1. Ekerei David on Facebook   April 26, 2014 at 6:28 pm

    I think it is limited to given higher institutions

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  2. Ekerei David on Facebook   April 26, 2014 at 6:28 pm

    I think it is limited to given higher institutions

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