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Go for quality higher education

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A good education system should equip learners with skills in thinking, solving problems and creating and manipulating technology to prepare them for the job market

Go for quality higher education

Quality education should evaluate practical skills needed in the job market

As Nelson Mandela stated, “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.” Uganda, like many other African countries, faces many challenges with its education system.


According to a report from the Population Reference Bureau, a Washington DC-based research and advocacy group, Uganda’s population is projected to explode to 130 million by 2050. Today, Uganda’s population stands at 35 million of which the majority is under the age of 25.Click here for more

High tuition fees, poor welfare mar graduates’ university experience

In  case you are looking for a university, at times the best people to guide you are former students. Stephen Ssenkaaba dissects a survey done by our research team for your guidance.Click here for more

Makerere staff great, tuition fees worrying

By Vision Reporter
Makerere University continues to produce graduates in different fields. But many challenges still lie in its way of providing quality education. The Vision Group survey indicated that a number of its alumni were satisfi ed by the way the university handled
personal development programmes, teaching staff and learning resources.Click here for more

UCU leads in discipline,scores low on high fees

 By Stephen Ssenkaaba
As a Christian-founded university, Uganda Christian University (UCU), Mukono still prides itself in being a beacon of discipline and if New Vision’s survey is anything to go by, graduates hold the university’s efforts to maintain good morals in high regard. Click here for more

Kyambogo University fair on fees, poor on students’ welfare

By Stephen Ssenkaaba
Despite all the problems that have befallen Kyambogo University (KYU) over the years, its recent graduates hold it in high regard and still consider it among the best universities in handling personal development, discipline and education values.Click here for more

Ndejje University strong on staff, discipline but expensive

 By Vision Reporter
Ndejje University is one of the growing private universities. Established in 1992, the university is the oldest private university and the fastest growing in Uganda.In 1995, the university gainedits status under the ownership  of the Anglican Diocese of Luwero

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