Unicaf University becomes member of Uganda Vice Chancellors’ Forum
The Uganda Vice Chancellors’ Forum welcomed its most recent member, Unicaf University, on January 16, 2023. The Forum brings together all Vice-Chancellors and Heads of Degree-Awarding Institutions in Uganda that are accredited and listed by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE).
The Forum was founded in 1997 as a collaborative symposium of higher education institutions in order to ‘enhance sharing of knowledge, information and practices among members; to advise/engage Government departments including NCHE, members of Parliament and other relevant organisations in promoting policies for University and Higher Education; and to engage in knowledge dissemination through publications. ‘
In response to the partnership, Unicaf University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor George Nasinyama stated, ‘I am delighted to join hands with my colleagues the Vice-Chancellors as a forum in the noble effort of advocacy, and knowledge-sharing and dissemination with the ultimate goal of producing quality human resource, not only for Uganda but the region and globally.‘
He went on to applaud Unicaf University’s membership: ‘My conviction is that Unicaf University will certainly benefit from this membership, among others, by ensuring that its voice is heard in advocating and shaping a better higher education policy landscape in the country. ‘
About Unicaf University
Unicaf University offers an innovative blended learning approach to education, where students can study online using digital study tools, but also benefit from on-campus, face-to-face tutorials to further support their learning. The Unicaf University campus in Uganda, Kampala, features modern infrastructure in a technology-friendly environment creating a supportive atmosphere for students, faculty, and staff.
To learn more about our degree programme and scholarships, visit our campus at Plot 53B, Ntinda II Road, Naguru-Kampala or Call 0771 976 750 or visit www.unicafuniversity.ac.ug
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