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The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) signed a memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Research and Education Network for Uganda (RENU) formalizing the collaboration as partners in enhancing the quality and access to Higher Education through optimal utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) While signing this MoU at NCHE offices, the Executive Director Prof. Mary J. N. Okwakol, thanked RENU for providing connectivity and other technology services to support Education and Research in universities which links these national universities to the Regional and International Network, REN Ubuntunet. She said that RENU whose humble background started in 2006 by…

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Purpose of the Exhibition Widen the outreach scope of the Higher Education Exhibition to the entire nation and the world at large.Provide a platform for dissemination of credible Higher Education Institutions (HEI) information to the publicCreate an environment for Universities, Researchers, scholars, research institutions and different groups of persons to meet and deliberate on the various scholarly thematic areas.Strengthen innovation and growth of HEIs digital capacityExplore digital opportunities to enhance the NCHE dissemination activities with virtual stakeholder engagements.

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submission guidelnes Paper format PRINT MEDIA ADVERT EDITORIAL BOARD About the Journal The Uganda Higher Education Review is a journal for the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE). The journal provides a visible outlet for definitive articles that discuss the theory, practice and policies relating to the role, development, management and improvement of Higher Education from national, regional and international view point. The journal provides a platform for scholars, researchers and higher education institutions to contribute to scholarly debate through the publication of quality peer-reviewed articles. The objective of the journal is to publish original research on higher education. The…

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Minimum Requirements for Courses of Study Foundation Programme.Minimum Requirements for Courses in Universities, Foundation Undergraduate programmes MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR TEACHING BACHELOR OF MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMES IN UGANDA.Minimum Standards for Course of Study in Bachelor of Accounting & FinanceMinimum Standards for Course of Study in Bachelor of CommerceMinimum Standards for Course of Study in Bachelor of Human Resource ManagementMinimum Standards for Course of study in Bachelor of Procurement and Supply Chain ManagementMinimum Standards for Courses of Study for the Bachelor of Nursing Science ProgramMinimum Standards for Courses of Study in Bachelor of Statistics and Bachelor of Science in Actuarial…

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Statutory Instrument (SI) No.17 of 2010 requires every student to contribute UG shs. 20,000/= (Twenty thousand only) per year to the funds of the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE). During the budget reading of June 2017, the Minister of Finance, Planning & Economic Development directed that all other non -tax revenues (ONTR) for all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) be collected through the URA Web Portal. It is against this background that NCHE informs all students of Higher Education institutions to pay this fee directly to Uganda Revenue Authority following these steps: STEP I: Go to the URA Web…

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Ms. Ketty Lamaro, Permanent Secretary, MoES, hails NCHE for the Higher Education Certificate programme The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) , in partnership with FAWE-Uganda, organized a stakeholders’ workshop to popularize the implementation of the Higher Education Certificate programme as a University bridging/foundation programme in Uganda. The workshop was held on 2nd March, 2022 at Protea-Skyz Hotel, Naguru. This workshop was officiated by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education and Sports, Ms. Ketty Lamaro who hailed the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) for the efforts undertaken in addressing challenges faced in accessing Higher Education in Uganda. She was happy…

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The Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development Hon. Betty Amongi has assured refugees in Uganda of the government’s commitment to support them in accessing the labour market. In the Minister’s speech conveyed by the State Minister for elderly, Hon. Dominic Mafwabi Gidudu at the National Symposium on recognition and equating of refugee qualifications held on 17th March,2022 at Imperial Royal Hotel in Kampala, the Minister said that government is aware of the gaps that still exist in the labour force and participation for the refugees which is largely due to lack of recognition of refugee qualifications, poor transferability of…

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