Museveni Announces Government Takeover of Struggling Busoga University

Museveni Announces Government Takeover of Struggling Busoga University

President Yoweri Kaguta has announced that his NRM government will take over the financially struggling Busoga University and rejuvenate it into a public University. At the end of 2017,National council for higher Education cancelled a provisional licence it had granted to Busoga University in 1998. National Council For Higher Education claimed that the institution established […]

Busoga University told to Refund shs 50.5m Presidential Promise

Busoga University told to Refund shs 50.5m Presidential Promise

Busoga University has been ordered to bring back Shs50.5m that was for Makutu Seed Secondary School in Bugweri District. The Deputy Deputy Inspector General of Government confirmed that the money sent to Busoga University wasn’t meant for it, but rather Makutu Seed Secondary School. She therefore ordered Busoga University based in Iganga district to refund […]

Government to Take Over Busoga University & Mountains of the Moon University as Public Universities

Government to Take Over Busoga University & Mountains of the Moon University as Public Universities

Government through the Ministry of Education and Sports is planning to take over Busoga University & Mountains of the Moon University as Public Universities. This follows a letter dated 8th January 2018 by the President of Uganda, Yoweri K Museveni  to the Ministry of Education and Sports directing that government takes over Mountains of the […]

National Council for Higher Education Closes Busoga University

National Council for Higher Education Closes Busoga University

National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) has closed Busoga University for failing to recruit enough qualified staff and admitting students without the requisite admission criteria. Other reasons highlighted for the revocation of the provisional licence include teaching of unaccredited courses, illegal affiliation and poor financial health. “Take notice that the National Council for Higher Education has revoked […]

Busoga University to hold graduation ceremony on 29th September 2017

Busoga University to hold graduation ceremony on 29th September 2017

Busoga University is set to hold the 16th graduation ceremony on 29th September 2017 at the main campus in Iganga District. According to a notice from the office of the academic registrar, students intending to graduate should clear with their deans and accounts before 20th august 2017. Busoga University is one of the private universities in Uganda. The […]

Busoga University Fees Structure for Undergraduate Courses

Busoga University Fees Structure for Undergraduate Courses

Busoga University is one of the private universities in Uganda offering a number of courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The university charges varying fees for the different courses depending on the level and nature of course the student is undertaking. According to information from the office of the academic registrar, students studying courses […]

Busoga University Law course gets full accreditation

Busoga University Law course gets full accreditation

The Law Council Committee on Legal Education and Training has granted an unconditional accreditation to the Faculty of Law of Busoga University. This was contained in a communication delivered by Ms. Margaret Apiny, Secretary, Law Council. “The committee considered your request and noted that there had been considerable improvement in both the standards and infrastructure […]

Uganda Christian University students scoop Inter-University debating Award

Uganda Christian University students scoop Inter-University debating Award

Uganda Christian University students emerged winners of the Inter-University debate organized by the Human Rights Club of Cavendish University. The topic discussed was whether “Death Penalty” should be left in the hands of judges or be scrapped off. The President of the Human Rights Club at Cavendish university, Mwosana Cathy Jackie noted that the topic was […]

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