Good news coming in from south-western Uganda confirms that Kabale University has been given a green light to teach medical related courses such as bachelor of medicine and surgery by the East African Community Medical and Dental Council. This follows the inspection sessions carried out by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) and the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners’ Council (UMDPC) on behalf of the Joint East African Community Medical and Dental Councils of Partner.
According to Kabale university Vice Chancellor Professor Joy C Kwesiga, while the Covid-19 Pandemic caused distortions that affected the running of institutions of Higher Learning, including Kabale University, Management and Council of the University worked tirelessly to ensure that all issues raised were addressed.
‘’The findings of the re-inspection team confirmed the commitment of the University and it was confirmed that the University meets all the Minimum requirements for training of medical doctors and other health professionals’’ Prof Kwesiga revealed to the public in a press release statement.
‘’The University aspires to produce the best medical and dental practitioners as well as other health professionals and as such endeavors to address any emerging concerns to ensure we give our students the best learning and teaching experience’’ She concluded.