January 2, 2023

Ndejje scoops overall title of E.A Games Champion

The overall title at the 12th East Africa University Games was scooped by Ndejje University with a total of 124 medals; 59 gold, 39 silver and 26 bronze. Makerere University finished second overall with 68 medals; 21 gold, 20 silver and 27 bronze. Nakawa based Makerere University Business School (MUBS) […]
January 2, 2023

First Deputy Prime Minister & E.A Games

The First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of East African Community, Dr. Rebecca Kadaga has commended the importance of East Africa University Games towards fostering unity and cooperation among the countries. She made the remarks while opening the five-day East African Games today at the Luwero based Ndejje University Main […]
February 3, 2018

Speech Pathologists and Audiologists

Shortage of speech – language pathologists and audiologists in Uganda will be no more as plans get underway to introduce the field practice learning program at Ndejje University. The new development follows talks between Ndejje University Top Management led by Prof. Eriabu Lugujjo and while Southern Illinois University, Edwards vile […]
November 18, 2017

Ndejje Hoppers win maiden National League, set for Varsity Games

Uganda’s sports power house, Ndejje University has won its first major maiden men’s National Handball League title after dethroning defending Champion Prison Spears in a season climax at the university’s Luwero Main Campus. The university’s women side settled for second position on the league table after losing to Prisons 22-29 […]
October 31, 2017

Janet Museveni assures Ndejje of government guarantee

The Minister of Education and Sports, Mrs. Janet Kataaha Museveni  has assured Ndejje University of long term loan government guarantee in its bid to secure low cost financing from international banks. Mrs. Museveni who is also the First Lady, donated 40m/- cash towards preparation of the 19th AUUS Inter University […]
October 16, 2017

Government to continue partnering with Ndejje University

University’s deliberate gender mainstreaming policy has produced results as females representing 51.7% graduate at the 19th congregation ceremony held today at Luwero Main Campus (October 13). A total of 1,396 females out of 2,698 graduated with degrees and diplomas while 78 attained First Class qualification at the event officiated by […]
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