List of Registered Business Schools in Uganda

A business school is a university-level institution that confers degrees in business administration or management. According to Kaplan, business schools are “educational institutions that specialize in teaching courses and programs related to business and/or management”

Below are the List of Registered Business Schools in Uganda

Bugema University School of Business

Gulu University School of Business & Development Studies

Kabale University Department of Business & Economics

Kampala International University Business school

Kyambogo University Business School

Makerere University Business School

Mbarara University Institute of Management Sciences Business School

Mountains of The Moon University Business School

Muteesa I Royal University School of Business Management

Ndejje University faculty of Business Administration

Nkumba University School of Business Administration

Uganda Martyrs University Faculty of Business

Uganda Management Institute Business School

Uganda Pentecostal University Faculty of Business Administration

Uganda Technology and Management University Business School

Multitech Business School Uganda

Why is business school so expensive?

The cost of doing MBA or any other course is high due to the facilities provided by the universities to students, the universities recruit highly qualified teachers for students and they pay high salary to them too.

How do you pay for business school?

How to Pay for an MBA: Business School Funding Options

  1. Find MBA fellowships, scholarships and grants. Fellowships, scholarships and grants are aid you don’t have to repay.
  2. Use employer aid for business school. Money your employer provides or you earn by working can help you pay for an MBA.
  3. Tap into your savings.
  4. Take out business school student loans.

What do business courses teach you?

During your business degree, you’ll develop a broad knowledge of business operations as well as gaining targeted skills in your specific field, such as customers, markets, finance, operations, strategy, business policy, communications and IT.