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Kyambogo admits 12,000 private students
Publish Date: Jul 29, 2014
Kyambogo admits 12,000 private students
Prof Eli Katunguka, the Kyambogo University Vice Chancellor.
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By Innocent Anguyo

KYAMBOGO University has admitted over 12,000 students under the private sponsorship scheme. This is on top of the 900 students the university admitted under the government sponsorship scheme two months ago.

Prof Eli Katunguka, the Kyambogo University Vice Chancellor released the admission list to New Vision on Monday.

Of the 12, 000 privately sponsored students set to join Kyambogo in the 2014/2015; Katunguka said 11,000 will enroll on degree programmes, while 1,000 of their colleagues will study Diploma courses.

Prof Katunguka advised the admitted students to pick their admission letters starting Wednesday.

All admitted students are expected to clear at least 60% of their fees by the fourth week of the semester, or risk losing their placement. Kyambogo students report for the new academic year on August 9. 

Find the full admission list in Tuesday's New Vision.

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