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New Vision University Guide now available
Publish Date: Apr 04, 2014
New Vision University Guide now available
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By Vision reporter

New Vision has published a fresher, detailed, informative and well-researched,  52-page “University Guide’ on higher education in the region.


This year’s ‘University Guide’ is not just about the appearance. It is more about being uniquely informative and offering authoritatively professional and engaging stories, built on community needs. We have planned well, for the last number of months, and must get it right.

Every parent, student, school, and all people who want to be informed, this guide is a must read. You want to know about accredited courses, tuition in universities, scholarships or best ways to get accommodation while at campus? Just read this year’s guide. But more so, we have tips on how to easily get admitted in public universities on Government and private.

Most students nowadays fail to get admitted in universities or other higher institutions; not because they did not perform well, but because they never got the required career guidance.

Times are changing so fast. There have been changes in the admission guidelines in universities, a reason why students need to get abreast with the new changes. More so, the economy and opportunities keep changing; but most school career Masters are not aware of these issues. Students need to make career decisions, on the basis of well researched information.

Getting a copy of this ‘University Guide’ will offer you a unique access to information; distancing you from the crowd of other senior six leavers.

We are Uganda’s leading daily, and we take that responsibility seriously. It is the same reason why we have to take a lead in reporting on education and career issues.

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