Bishop Stuart University signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Trinity Western University to run Academic programmes online through a Facilitated Academic Resource Centre (FAR-Centre) at BSU aimed at addressing key gaps required to drive Uganda’s development agenda.
The main objective of the partnership is to tap the opportunities from the Western world and develop skills pertaining the enforcement of the fulfillment of BSU vision; “A University for recreating the African society with academic excellence, entrepreneurship and Christian values”.
The University is now set to officially launch this partnership, the FAR Center, and programmes on the 01st of October 2021 (Friday) from 10:00 am to 01:00 pm. The guest of honor will be the Consulate of Canada in Uganda. The two Postgraduate programmes (Master of Arts in Leadership and Master of Arts in Educational Leadership) to be run under the partnership are already approved by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE).
Cognizant of the Government of Uganda’s COVID-19 prevention guidelines, the event will be on Zoom for officials and all the participants with exception of a few that will be at the venue. Link to the event with zoom link
- Applications are now open for the mentioned programmes Academic Year 2021/2022. The first 20 applicants will have a waiver on the application form fee.
- For students who did a 3-years Bachelors program will be subjected to a GEP (Global Express Passway) programme and this will be done in 5 months at BSU FAR Center this will then qualify you to go for any of the two Masters programmes. Those who have 4-years Bachelors Degree/ Masters and Postgraduate Diploma don’t need the GEP.