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ThePan-Africane-NetworkProject is a joint initiative of the Govt. of India and countries of the African Union.  It aims at imparting education to students of African countries participating in the project, using modern information communication technologies, from some of the topnotch universities of India.  The Indian Universities conduct live classes through the state of the art e-learning technology and video conferencing facilities set up at Makerere University College of Computing and Information Sciences. The degrees and the diplomas are awarded to the successful candidates by the Indian Universities.

Amity University Uttar Pradesh (AUUP)of Indiain collaboration with the Makerere College of Computing and Information Sciences are pleased to announce their LAST intake to the following programs provided under the Pan-African e-network project.

Course Admission Requirements Duration Operational
 Fees per Semester

Post graduate Diploma in Information Technology

A Bachelor’s degree in any discipline

1 year

400,000/=

Post graduate Diploma in French

A Bachelor’s degree in any discipline

1 year

400,000/=

Diploma in Business Management

Two principle passes at A’level and good credit passes  in English and Mathematics at O’level

6 months

300,000/=

Application fee is 100,000/=. Pick Application Forms and Cash deposit slips from the Front office, School of Computing and IT and make payments to DFCU Bank. 
The filled applications together with photocopies of the academic documents and other supporting documents plus the deposit slips should be brought to Makerere University School of Computing and IT Block A front office not later than 30th August 2015.

For more details about the registration for admission, please visit:
Makerere College of Computing and Information Sciences Block A Front Office

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