• Grooming Future Leadership

    Grooming Future Leadership

    The Guild Speaker 2022-2023, Hon. David Matovu addressing students.

  • Self Exploration

    Self Exploration

    Students must be given reasonable freedom to discover what they can do.

  • Strong Foundation

    Strong Foundation

    Our Junior classes are usually attractive with students own projects displayed in multi-colors.
  • Leading Innovation.

    Leading Innovation.

    The curriculum uses examination techniques that do not encourage cramming.
  • Leading innovation

    Leading innovation

    Students must be given reasonable freedom to discover what they can do.
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  • Strong Foundation

    Strong Foundation

    Our Junior classes are usually attractive with students own projects displayed in multi-colors.
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  • Discover. Learn. Become.

    Discover. Learn. Become.

    The curriculum uses examination techniques that do not encourage cramming.
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Advisory on Corona Virus (COVID-19)

ADVISORY ON CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19)

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and directives issued by the President of the Republic of Uganda and guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health, Vienna College Namugongo wishes to announce the following changes to its operations;

  1. We have introduced  working remotely for our staff. Therefore, we have reduced the number of staff who are physically present during this Term 2 holiday break.
  2. For the safety of our minimal staff, we have put in place necessary precautionary measures like hand sanitisation and temperature gauges at entry points.
  3. Cambridge Examinations for IGCSE O’level and GCE A’level for May/June have been cancelled. A grade and certificate  for each candidate will be issued for every registered candidate to reflect their efforts and abilities.
  4. The opening dates of our Term 3 as communicated in our End of Term Newsletter will be determined by the situation in the country and directives  from the Ministry of Health and COVID-19 guidelines.
  5. e-Learning is going to be conducted through Google Classrooms. Please ensure your child has signed up and is logging in as per the Google Classroom schedule which will be sent to you.

We  thank you for the continued support.
Together, let us fight COVID-19 pandemic; follow  and comply with all Government directives and guidelines.

For more details, please contact 256772221557 | email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

May/June 2021 Results

Results of the May/June 2021 Cambridge Examinations.

May/June 2021 IGCSE & GCE Top Performers

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Important Term Dates

The following are important dates that are worth noting.
For a complete list and Day-to-Day break down of activities, select a Day, Week or Month on the Calendar or Download the PDF version (Term I Schedule).

Term 1, 2022/2023  
Start of Term for Candidates Sunday, 07th August 2022
Release of the CAIE GCE AS & A LEVEL May/June 2022 Exam Results Thursday, 11th August 2022
Release of the IGCSE May/June 2022 Exam Results Thursday, 18th August 2022
Reporting Date for Year 7,8, 9, 10 & 12 Sunday, 04th September 2022
College Dinner (Theme: Azania - Ubuntu) Saturday, 10th September 2022
Candidates Mid-term break Thursday, 15th September 2022
Return of Candidates from the mid-term break (Issuing Mock Report cards) Monday, 19th September 2022
Joint Candidates Prayers Friday,  23rd September 2022
Start of CAIE Examinations Tuesday, 27th September 2022
Visitation Sunday Sunday, 02nd October 2022
Independence Day Sunday, 09th October 2022
Academic Visitation (Issuance of Continuous Assessment report card) Sunday, 30th October 2022
Start of End of Term Examinations (Non-Candidates) Wednesday, 09th November 2022
End of Term Thursday, 24th November 2022

 

Fees Structure

Tuition and Accommodation Fees:

Year Group  Termly Tuition Fee
Year 7  1,297
Year 8  1,505
Year 9  1,729
Year 10 2,053
Year 11 2,140
Year 12 & 13 Humanities/Arts  2,425
Year 12 & 13 Sciences  2,521

Day Students pay less by $150
 
Note

  • (a) Application Fee (one-off payment), UgShs. 50,000/= (New Students)
  • (b) Admission Fee (one-off payment) US $100
  • (c) Caution Fee, (one –off payment ) US $50
  • (d) Medical insurance UgShs 100,000 per annum.
  • (e) Sports Fee, (Games kit) UgShs 50,000 per annum.

All fee payments have to be made through ABSA BANK (Main branch, Kampala Road). US Dollars Account No. 0344248397 and UgShs. Account No. 0341399475. Pay slips are available at school.

DEADLINE FOR PAYMENT:
  •   Fees must be paid on or before the start of the first week of the term.

  • REFUNDS:
  •   Fees paid are non-refundable

  • FEES RELATED MATTERS:
  •   All matters relating to the payment of fees are to be brought to the Head of Finance in writing.
  •   Please note that the Bursar's office has no authority to decide on any fee-related matter without having gained consent from the Credit Committee.
  •   Payment of fees in advance for a Year attracts a 5% discount on the term's fees.
  •   Parents with more than 01 child at a time will receive a discount of 3% per child
  •   The Credit Committee's decision is final.
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    Requirements

    • (i) School uniform is available for purchase at the school
    • (ii) All IGCSE and A’ Level Science students are required to purchase a lab coat at the school
    • (iii) Students should report with a true Parent or Guardian and a receipt or bank slip for the term
    • (iv) Students should bring a statement of results/results slip for any previous Examinations (where applicable), a recommendation from the former school and two passport photographs
    • (v)  Two pairs of black shoes
    • (vi) For girls – two pairs of white ankle socks and a nightdress/pyjamas. For boys grey/black stockings.
    • (vii) All students should have a set of smart, casual clothes; for boys black trousers and at least one smart, plain shirt with a collar. For girls, a dress or smart skirt and plain blouse.
    • (viii) Mattress and bedding, plastic basin/bucket, soap, slippers, sports wear, flat iron, clipboard, pens, exercise books, Art materials (for art and design students) hangers and toilet rolls.
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    Please note; Radios and other electrical items are discouraged in the College. If found, they will be confiscated and withheld until the student’s final leaving day
    For more information and inquiries about admission, please contact:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. || George : +256791099543 or Justus: +256782851028



     

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    Our Story

    Vienna College is a home to over four hundred students, most of whom reside on the extensive campus. The focus for their academic education is preparation and participation in the IGCSE and GCE "A-level" Courses. Vienna College is a Cambridge International (CIE) Centre UG010.

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