Courses are jointly taught by professors from Africa, Europe, Canada and United States of America. Some degrees are offer joint with affiliated universities in Europe or the U.S.A
For PhD level the fees are different and for student who just want to stay for a short while doing their research work (field work, dissertation or thesis) – this information is on the website .
We do not have scholarships in Civil Engineering on a master’s level. Please check the course programs offered at this page.
Students with a bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution can apply. Download the application forms at this page fill it in, attach three passport photos and copies of your academic transcripts, ID passport copy and send it to the post box mail on the website.
Kampala school for Integrated Urban Planning has three semesters;
1. January (spring semester) intake courses start in February ending June.
2. March-May (summer school) intake courses start in June ending in October.
3. July in take (winter semester) starting in September ending in January.
Requirements for East Africans (Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Burundi, Tanzania, Somalia)
Degree Course programs – Ordinary Level (O) five credits and Advanced Level (A) two principal passes or equivalent for degree.
Diploma Course programs – Ordinary Level (O) five credits and Advanced level (A) one principle pass and 2 subsidiary passes
Certificate Course programs – Ordinary Level (O) five credits
For 8-4-4 system must have a C+ for degree course, C for a diploma and D+ for certificate. You also do a bridging course for one year in three subjects related to the diploma or degree course you wish to undertake at SIUP.
Students from Europe, North America and Asia should send attach letters from their respective University’s international office or faculty/departmental heads together with their application.
All students coming from non English speaking countries must have passed English test or do a one year intensive English course.
Fees for International Students (except students from the East African Region) at Kampala School for Urban Planning
International fees for all Degree courses
Tuition Fees per semester is 1000 US dollars
Administrative costs 262 US dollars
International fees for all Masters Programs
Tuition Fees per semester is 1800 US dollars
Administrative costs 262 US dollars
All tuition fees must be paid before commencement of the semester in the schools accounts.
Account Name: Kampala School for Integrated Urban Planning
Bank Name: KCB Bank UG
Branch: Luwum Street Kampala
Account No: 2201816115
Swift Code: KCB LUGKA
Students, who completed ordinary level education, have 5 credits with geography or the equivalent can join university college education at a certificate level in the following course programmes:
- Computer Aid Design (CAD) for Urban Planners
- Surveying and Map Making for Urban Planners
- Micro and Macro Economics urban Planners
- Logistics and Transport (Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport UK)
- Landscape Architecture
- Urban Planning and Site Plan Design
- Public Hygiene / Epidemiology
- Real Estates Managament
Students, who completed Advanced level education, have 2 principals, 2 subsidiaries with geography or the equivalent can join university college education at either at a degree or diploma level in the following course programmes:
- Urban and Rural planning
- Environmental Sciences
- Civil Works, Surveying and Engineering
- Transport Planning and Modelling
- Public Health and Epideomology
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