Uganda Business and Technical examinations Board (UBTEB) is mandated to streamline, regulate, coordinate and conduct credible national examinations and award Certificates and Diplomas in the Business, Technical, Vocational and specialized Education and training in Uganda.
In pursuit of the above mandate, the Board works in close collaboration with the Heads of Training Institutions and Ministry of Education & Sports in issuing the registration circulars for the respective examinations series May/June and November/December in accordance with the stipulated curricula of each academic programmes.
Accordingly, the circular stipulates the registration dates, guidelines and registration fees to be paid by each candidate in each category of the programmes.
Since the opening of the Education and training institutions in October 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Board conducted the differed May/June 2020 examinations of the final year students for a total of 10,525 candidates at 210 Examinations centers in November- December 2020.
The Board will be releasing the examinations results on 18th March 2021 officiated by the Hon. Janet Kataaha Museveni, Minister of Education and Sports at Statehouse, Entebbe.
The Board is pleased to inform the public that the registration of candidates for the year two National Certificate students of the differed November/December 2020 examinations has ended and examinations shall commence on 15th March 2021 and end on 25th March 2021 for Uganda Community Polytechnic Certificate, National Certificate-Technical, Advanced Craft programmes and Business and Humanities for March in-take cohorts.
A total of 30,069 Candidates are expected to sit at 460 examinations centres. The Board has deployed a total of 443 reconnoiters, over 2,000 supervisors, 1,500 practical examiners for these examinations.
In accordance with the guidance by the President of the Republic of Uganda in his address on 4th February 2021 and the calendar issued by the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education and Sports on 9th February 2021 on the reopening of schools, the Board has issued a road map for the conduct of examinations as follows;