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UCU Exams Rescheduled

UCU Exams will start on 19th April and end on 29th April. They were previously set to start on 9th April 2022

Uganda Christian University

Uganda Christian University (UCU) students will be starting their end-of-semester examinations on the 19th of April, 2022.

This followed a reschedule which was announced by the director of Academic affairs through a letter he addressed to the students’ fraternity.

“The end of semester examinations have been rescheduled to begin on Tuesday, 19th April 2022 and NOT 11th April 2022” part of the letter read.

He also revealed that the semester will end on the 29th of April and not the 22nd as they had earlier planned.

The University says they want to give students enough time to enjoy the Easter holidays and also prepare adequately for exams.

The next semester will open up on 09th May 2022 and lectures will begin on Wednesday 11th of the same month.

Below is the letter from Director of Academic Affairs.

About UCU

Uganda Christian University (UCU) is an authentic Christian institution established by the Church of Uganda in 1997 in response to a call for quality university education with a Christian perspective. Uganda Christian University replaced the historic Bishop Tucker Theological College which trained clergy and educators during its 84-year history from 1913-to 1997. The local chief, Hamu Mukasa, granted land for the college to operate in Mukono

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