The Government through the Ministry of Education and Sports has announced Selection dates for Senior one and five students for the new academic year slated to start in January 2022.
The government has committed Shs6 billion to support 1500 students that will qualify for the new cohort of the loan scheme and at least 100 continuing students in the 2021/22 academic year, Micheal Wanyama, the executive director of the Higher Education Students’ Financing Board (HESFB), said Mon
The ministry of education and sports said that 59% of teachers in the country had got one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, showing their commitment to resume business.
The Higher Education Students Financing Board (HESFB) has said students will be able to apply for loans to finance their education in the 2021/22 academic year starting on October 11.
After November 30, applications won't be accepted.
CNOOC Uganda awarded 180 students that scored highly in PLE, UCE, and UACE.
The students, who sat national exams from Hoima and Kikuube districts -- were recognized under the company's Corporate Social Responsibility program code-named “CNOOC Best Performer’s Award”.
The ministry of education and sports said Monday that 54% of teachers in the country have got one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, raising hope for re-opening of schools at the intended time.
By Hon Roland Ndyomugyenyi
In Uganda, about 37% of the pupils who complete primary school education do not progress to secondary, according to World Bank’s 13th report titled: Economic Update on Human Capital in Uganda, released in 2019.
When Covid-19 broke out in Uganda in March of last year, over 15 million learners had to take a break from school.
Schools that were innovative came up with means to facilitate remote learning, but the vast majority of pupils and students couldn’t continue with formal education.
The 6th Edition of the Stanbic National Schools Championship (NSC) came to a thrilling climax at the Sheraton Hotel Kampala, graced by the Vice President Jessica Alupo and State Minister for Youth, Sara Mateke.