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NCHE clears Victoria University to conduct...

Last March, the government ordered the closure of all educational institutions to help curb the spread of coronavirus that has disrupted normal life around...

13 universities, tertiary education institutions...

The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) has cleared 13 universities and tertiary institution to start online teaching. The universities, after...

▶️ NCHE speaks out on exam leakages

The oath of secrecy should be mandatory for everyone who works in UNEB to ensure that they reduce information leakage.

Makerere scraps 20 courses

The university had 18 bachelors degree programmes in 1990, with 5,597 students — all government sponsored.

Education minister right to support e-learning...

Though a few institutions had already engaged their students in teaching and learning activities using online platforms, the students and institutions...

Government issues guidelines for e-learning...

Before any institution rolls out the e-learning, both the academic staff and students must undergo training on how the systems will work.

Victoria University wins plaudits for e-learning...

Victoria University has done an “amazing” job pivoting to online classes just weeks after schools were closed to control the spread of the new coronavirus,...

Govt has not banned e-learning, says Janet...

The Ministry of Education and Sports has refuted media reports that it has banned schools from delivering lessons via electronic media and internet-enabled...

COVID-19: Universities to change teaching...

EDUCATION | Uganda's university education is set to take a new turn, with universities being advised by the Government to start running online courses,...

COVID-19: Universities to change teaching...

The new guidelines, the Executive Director for NCHE Prof. Mary Okwakol, says will be released to the universities, once the lockdown has been lifted.

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