1. Evening Classes
The evening classes are conducted from 5.30p.m. to 8.30p.m. on weekdays.
2. Distance Learning – Weekend Face to Face Study
The Institute provides appropriate learning materials, which contain assignments, tests and model answers to those members who for reasons of location, work schedules or family commitments, cannot attend formal classes. Under this scheme the Institute conducts weekend face to face study sessions to help its members in study centres. Currently the centres are located in Kampala, Mbale, Mbarara, Arua, Kabale, Fort-Portal, Jinja, and Gulu.
3. Private Study
The Institute is committed to helping members to succeed in their examinations. Under this method of study, The Institute provides appropriate learning materials, which contain assignments, tests and model answers. There are ample study materials available in the library, special study packs, journals like the Ugandan Banker and many others.
4. Online Study
What is the pass mark in the examination?
The pass mark in each paper is 50% for undergraduate courses, and 60% for postgraduate courses, all courses have a continuous assessment that contributes to the final mark.
When does the semester begin?
January – May 2018 semester begins on 22nd January and ends on 4th May 2018
July – November 2018 semester begins on 23rd July 2018 and ends on 3rd November 2018.
When are the examinations held?
Examinations are held in the first two weeks of May and November each year.
How do I apply?
By filling in the application form and returning it to:
The Uganda Institute of Banking and Financial Services