List Of Artisan Schools In Uganda

List Of Artisan Schools In Uganda

An art school is an educational institution with a primary focus on the visual arts, including fine art, especially illustration, painting, photography, sculpture, and graphic design

Below are the List of Art Schools In Uganda

Tiner International School of Beauty Hairdressing Art

Uganda Christian University Bachelors Degree in Industrial and Fine Art

Makerere Art School


Makerere University The College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology

Universal Institute of Graphics and Technology

Uganda Martyrs University Bachelor of Arts in Micro Finance

Kampala University Art School

Kyambogo University Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Kampala International School Uganda

How much does it cost for art school?

With the cost of fees and tuition combined, the average net cost of attending art school is $42,000. It’s critical that students take these additional fees into consideration when they think about how they’re going to finance an art education.

What are artisan courses?

Artisan courses are technical courses offered within Vocational Training Centers (VTCs) as well as Technical Vocational Education & Training, (TVETs Institutions. These courses equip the youth with skills that can help them become more employable.

What qualifications do you need to be an artisan?

An apprentice must successfully complete theoretical training, practical training in the workplace under the guidance of a mentor and pass phase test. After successfully completing the above, the apprentice will sit for their final Trade Test and qualify as an artisan.

How long are artisan courses?How long to KNEC artisan courses take?

On average, you can complete the course in 1 – 2 years depending on the programme and your level of education. The good thing is that you can start earning even before you complete the course.

What are the types of artisans?

Types of Artisans

Artisans specialized in any one of a number of crafts. Workers in this class included carpenters, jewelers, leatherworkers, metalworkers, painters, potters, sculptors, and weavers. Artisans made many beautiful objects, including stunning jewelry and elegant furniture.