Applicants for degree programs should hold at least EITHER:
UCE & UACE certificate with at least two principle passes, OR
Diploma from a recognized institution of Higher learning, OR
A pass in mature age examination
Applicants for diploma programmes should hold at least EITHER:
UCE & UACE certificate with 1 principal pass, OR
Certificate from a recognized institution of higher learning
All International applicants must have qualifications that are recognized for University entry in their respective countries.
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Who can apply?
Ugandan applicants must have the minimum national entry requirements.
How can one apply?
Applicants are required to pay a nonrefundable application fee of Ush. 50,000/= or $19.23 at any Post Bank or Standard Chartered branch in Uganda then proceed to the Academic office and present a receipt for an application form.
Summary of University admissions procedure:
Know the programs we offer and make choices, Apply
Selection process is the carried by the University Senate board
If admitted, you will receive a call from the admissions office. You may also check on the admission list displayed on the notice board
If admitted pick admission letter
Confirm acceptance by paying a non-refundable tuition fee deposit.
I am not a Ugandan, how can I apply?
Know the programs we offer and the different intakes and make choices
Download application forms and fill them
Check for the results of your application on the dates specified below
If admitted pick admission letter or request for it by email
Confirm acceptance by paying a non-refundable tuition fee deposit
What are the fees payment policies?
Students pay a non-refundable tuition fee deposit (25% of total fees), upon confirmation of acceptance to LivingStone International University. All fees must be paid up in full before the examination period of the semester commences.