NCHE Accredits Additional Programs at King Ceasor University

Kampala, Uganda | THE BLACK EXAMINER | The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) has granted approval for additional academic programs at King Ceasor University.

The newly accredited programs include a Bachelor of Science in Oil, Gas, and Energy Management, Higher Education Certificate Programs in Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, and Humanities.

NCHE officially endorsed these academic courses during its 72nd Council Meeting on August 21, 2023, as documented in MIN 553/72/2023.

Rev. Canon Dr. Alex M. Kagume, writing on behalf of the NCHE Executive Director, stated, “I am pleased to inform you that after due consideration, Council at its 72nd Meeting of 21 August 2023 under MIN 553/72/2023, accredited the academic programmes indicated below for the specified admissible numbers of students and the stated period with effect from 21st August.”

It is worth noting that NCHE’s accreditation is initially valid for five to seven years, with the possibility of renewal.

In a letter addressed to King Ceasor University’s Vice Chancellor and copied to the Academic Registrar, Dr. Kagume urged the institution to implement these programs in accordance with NCHE regulations, with NCHE officers conducting periodic administrative and monitoring visits to assess their implementation.

H.E HM King Augustus Ceasor Mulenga T.G, the Chancellor of King Ceasor University, celebrated this achievement and noted that it would set higher standards for future endeavors. He conveyed his happiness on social media, highlighting the accreditation of academic programs, particularly in Oil, Gas, and Energy Management, by the National Council for Higher Education.

H.E King Ceasor Mulenga T.G also expressed gratitude to the university’s academic department, Vice Chancellor, and Board of Trustees for their dedicated efforts in achieving this milestone.

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During the university’s third graduation event earlier this year, King Ceasor Mulenga T.G emphasized King Ceasor University’s prominence, especially in health sciences. He highlighted the university’s diverse student body, drawn from over 40 nationalities, and its commitment to transforming education in Africa and beyond.

King Ceasor University, a private cosmopolitan institution in Uganda, appointed Mr. Alfred Masikye Namoah, formerly Makerere University’s Academic Registrar, to head its education directorate earlier in the year.


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