dmiMr Charles Ssentongo, the deputy academic registrar in charge of undergraduate admissions yesterday told the Daily Monitor that students wishing to pursue their degrees at the country’s oldest institution on private scheme should start picking admission letters on August 4.
He said their academic year will begin as earlier scheduled on August 16.
However, he cautioned students to pay 60 per cent of tuition for their respective courses including functional fees.
“First year students should pick their admission forms on August 4 and ensure they pay 60 per cent of tuition and the functional fees immediately. The semester is still as scheduled,” Mr Ssentongo said.