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    • UBTEB records 37% increase in enrollment 

      Kitubi, Martin (New Vision, 2017-11-13)
      The Uganda Business and Technical Examination Board (UBTEB) has reported an increase in the numbers of candidates sitting for the national examinations this year.
    • UBTEB: Candidates register improved performance 

      Mukhaye, Damali (Daily Monitor, 2019-03-29)
      The Acting Director of DIT, Mr Patrick Byakatonda, said out of 9,627 students who sat the full occupational assessment exams, 8,934 were successful, 53 were referred, and 191 were unsuccessful while 450 were absent. At the ...
    • UCU Faculty of Journalism to emphasise practical skills 

      Murungi, Dorcus (Daily Monitor, 2018-07-30)
      As universities churn out journalism graduates every year, there is need for them to focus more on teaching on strategic communications.Uganda Christian University, realising that need, has created a new faculty to train ...
    • UCU starts medical school 

      Namagembe, Lilian; Sabano, Jessica (Daily Monitor, 2018-09-16)
      Uganda Christian University (UCU) has started training undergraduate medical doctors, bringing the number of similar institutions in the country to five.
    • UCU students want minister punished for ‘equating women to animals in zoos’ 

      Sabano, Jessica (Daily Monitor, 2019-02-08)
      Students advocating for Human Rights at Uganda Christian University (UCU) have asked government to punish Tourism state minister, Godfrey Kiwanda for allegedly disrespecting women and reducing them to animals in the zoos.
    • UCU wants government to waive taxes on private institutions 

      Sabano, Jessica (Daily Monitor, 2019-03-04)
      Uganda Christian University (UCU) has urged government to waive taxes including VAT and income tax on private institutions to enable them invest in academics to boost quality.
    • Uganda must rethink the intelligence architecture to curb complex criminality. 

      Dr. Asiimwe, Solomon (Nile Post, 2020-01-27)
      Uganda has in the recent past experienced a unique wave of insecurity ranging from violent murders and torture by criminal use of rudimentary tools like machetes (kijambiya) to economically motivated kidnappers demanding ...
    • Uganda National Youth Policy model and job creation in Kampala 

      Makumbi, Rita Bayiga; Mande, Wilson Muyinda (Nkumba University, 2017-10)
      This paper explores the contribution of the national youth policy model to job creation in Kampala, Uganda. Government adopted a National Youth Policy (NYP) in 2001 based on the model of "targeted sub-groups of youth". ...
    • Uganda needs better entrepreneurs - Suruma 

      Kizza, Joseph (New Vision, 2018-01-17)
      "We need more private enterprises, more and better services, more capital and more credit," says Makerere University chancellor Prof. Ezra Suruma on day two of the university's 68th graduation.
    • The Uganda Vice Chancellors Forum 

      Mande, Wilson Muyinda (Nkumba University, 2012)
    • Ugandan Christian devotional images at the crossroads: A case history of dedications for parish churches in the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Kampala, 1879 - 1997 

      Kateete, Jude (Nkumba University, 2019)
      In this study, the thrust of the argument is that Ugandan Christian devotional images encountered crossroads because of the dynamics of their character and social life of the dedications for the parish churches in relation ...
    • The Ugandan journal of management and public policy studies 

      Dr. Namubiru, Proscovia Ssentamu; Dr. Bigabwenkya, Sebastian; Dr. Namara, Rose B. (Nkumba University, 2016-11)
    • Ugandan students gaining from Japan 

      Salmon, Joan (Daily Monitor, 2019-09-23)
      Uganda has so far sent 26 participants in the last four years to study in Japan the fields of agriculture, public health, electrical and mechanical engineering and business administration, among others.
    • UiCT wants state scholarships for students 

      Lyatuu, Justus (The Observer, 2016-12-05)
      Uganda Institute of Information and Communication and Technology (UiCT) has asked to be included on the list of government institutions that receive state sponsorship for its students
    • UML @ classroom : An introduction to object-oriented modeling 

      Seidl, Martina; Scholz, Marion; Huemer, Christian; Kappel, Gerti (Springer International Publishing AG, 2014)
      The challenges in today’s software development are diverse and go far beyond implementation tasks. They range from requirement specification over system design and implementation to maintenance and further adaptation of the ...
    • Understanding digital marketing : Marketing strategies for engaging the digital generation 

      Ryan, Damian (Kogan page limited, 2014)
      If you are reading this... You already know the world of digital media is changing at a phenomenal pace. Its constantly evolving technologies, and the way people are using them, is transforming not just how you access your ...
    • Understanding digital marketing: Marketing strategies for engaging the digital generation 

      Ryan, Damian; Jones, Calvin (Kogan page limited, 2009)
      The world of digital media is changing at a phenomenal pace. Its constantly evolving technologies, and the way people are using them, are transforming not just how we access our information, but how we interact and ...
    • Understanding jurisprudence 

      Meyerson, Denise (Routledge-Cavendish, 2007)
      This book draws on and elucidates the work of all the major contemporary jurisprudential scholars in the Anglo-American tradition as well as selected historical thinkers who have made important contributions to jurisprudential ...
    • Understanding risk : The theory and practice of financial risk management 

      Murphy, David (Taylor & Francis group, 2008)
      This book is aimed at those who wish to understand financial risk management better. Th is includes risk managers; their colleagues in trading, banking and other areas of their firms; regulators, auditors and others ...
    • UNEB should fix examination supervision challenges 

      Dr Katusiimeh, W. Mesharch (Daily Monitor, 2020-02-03)
      There never seems to be an end to exam malpractice. Every time national exam results are released, there is always a portion of results withheld because of malpractice and of course there are those culprits that get away ...