FULL LIST: Universities cleared to conduct online lectures
Uganda’s universities which have switched from traditional to online teaching, with clearance from the National Council for Higher Education has now grown to 25 out of 50.
This means that these universities, after inspections and re-visiting of their programmes, can now teach and assess students online, shifting substantially completely to remote delivery of their courses.
The state minister for higher education Dr. John Chrysostom Muyingo says, “Universities, are taking this move, because of the COVID-19 restrictions and will also be expected to maintain the teaching even after this pandemic era. ”
Before the latest list released last week; the NCHE had a month ago cleared 13 out of the 51 universities, and one tertiary institution; to start online teaching.
Below is the full list of universities cleared to teach online;
- Victoria University
- Ndejje University
- Law Development Centre
- Cavendish University
- Uganda Martyrs University
- Metropolitan International University
- Uganda Christian University
- International University of East Africa
- African Renewal University
- Lira University
- Makerere University
- Clarke International University
- Nkumba University
- ISBAT University
- Bishop Stuart University
- Uganda Technology and Management University
- Bugema University
- King Caesar University
- Kampala International University
- Kabale University
- Busitema University
- Mbarara University of Science and Technology
The universities will be conducting lecturers remotely for both continuing students as well as finalists who cannot be able to report back as instructed by President Museveni.