Steps on how to join UEAB
Though a private university, UEAB is open to any student regardless of religion, gender, or race provided he/she is willing to abide by the policies of the university.
Formal application is made on an official form supplied by the University. This is returned to the University along with transcripts, certificates, diplomas, references and other relevant documents as may be required by the Office of Admissions and Records to show academic aptness.
Application forms, alongside the other required documents can also be submitted online via firstname.lastname@example.org
All documents which are submitted by a student seeking admission to the University become the property of the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton, and are kept in the student’s permanent file.
We have three intakes in a year
The minimum entrance requirements for the first degree under direct entry qualifications are:
Candidates applying for admission to the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton through the Pre-University programme must meet the following requirements:
By joining UEAB, you will have chosen: