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Victoria, Jain Universities To Offer 500 Ugandan Students With Fully-funded Masters Scholarships

Victoria University Kampala, one of Uganda’s top leading University has scooped partnership with Bangalore’s best University to offer 500 Ugandan students with fully-funded scholarships to pursue their Masters programmes in India. According to the University notice released on their official Facebook page, 500 lucky students to win the scholarships will study at Jain University, in Bangalore, India.…

Crisis: Hundreds Of Pupils To Miss PLE Exams In Mbarara District

Hundreds of candidates are set to miss the Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) in Mbarara District that are scheduled for today Tuesday and Wednesday, March 30 and 31st respectively. Mbarara District Education Officer Gabriel Ahimbisibwe said, the unfortunate incident was established after consultation meetings he held with his headteachers. He thus tasked headteachers to hunt out…

Prestigious! ‘Victoria University’ Students Given Excellence Tips During Orientation Week

Uganda’s leading private institution, Victoria University in Kampala has officially reopened for the new academic year by teeing off the traditional orientation week with a number of activities throughout the week. Hundreds of students who freshly joined the Jinja Road based University were treated to an array of wisdom from different experts and personalities during…

University Students’ Body Gives Govt Ultimatum To Call Off Lecturers’ Strikes

The Uganda National Students Association (UNSA) has petitioned Parliament following the continued strike by lecturers in the nine public universities. The students led by Ezra Byakutangoza presented the petition to the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga Tuesday, 09 March 2021 saying that Parliament needs to check government programmes in regard to students’ welfare and academics.…

Financial Aid: Victoria University Gifts Scholarships To Five More Needy Ugandans, Slashes Tuition By 60%

Victoria University has announced full scholarships for five disadvantaged Ugandans who will join this year’s academic intake that begins on March 1. The five scholarships were awarded by the Ruparelia Foundation to the neediest people whose livelihood depends on such opportunities. These five beneficiaries will further their education to better their lives. According to the…

‘We’re Happy Online Classes Attract Massive Enrollment’- Kampala Parents’ School Responds To Fake Social Media Reports

The management of Kampala Parents’ School (KPS) has come out to refute and clarify on claims of allegedly extorting parents through online classes. This is after a story circulated online where a section of parents had complained about the cost of online classes. However, Kampala Parents’ School Principal, Daphne Kato clarified that contrary to the…

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