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Over 450 students graduate during our 2nd Graduation Ceremony.

Over 450 students on Saturday August 13th 2022 graduated with diplomas and certificates in nursing and midwifery during the second graduation ceremony of Uganda nursing school Bwindi. 52 students graduated with diplomas in nursing, 34 with a diploma in midwifery, 205 with certificate in nursing and 101 students with certificates in midwifery.

Hon. David Kabanda, the MP for Kasambya county in the Mubende district, who represented the chief guest Rt. Hon. Anita Annet Among,congratulated the graduates on reaching this life-aspirational milestone.

He praised the graduates' parents and guardians for their assistance and urged them to carry on because they need to pursue further education.

In response to the girls-to-boys ratio among the graduates,he asked for more emphasis now to be put on the boy child as well to have a well balanced community in terms of development.

UNSB Second Graduation Ceremony
Some of the UNSB graduates with the guest of honor and academic staff.

UNSB wins the 3rd edition of South Western inter Health Traing Institution's sports.

Uganda Nursing School Bwindi (UNSB) has continued its supremacy in sports with yet another triumph as the overall winner for the 2022 South Western Uganda inter Health Training Institutions’’ sports and games. The hosts, UNSB emerged the overall winners at the 3rd event of these games, beating 7 other health training institutions in sporting disciplines.

UNSB won 10 trophies for; Football boys, Football girls, Volley ball boys, Chess for both boys and girls, Scrabble for both boys and girls, Netball for boys and girls and the overall trophy. The school also won a number of medals for students who participated in individual track races.

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UNSB net ball team celebrating with their trophy.

Senior six leavers must have a principal pass in either Biology or Chemistry, while senior four leavers must have passed all their science subjects inclusive of maths and English.

We are also receiving applications for the Diploma extension Program in midwifery and nursing. Applicants must have certificates in their respective courses with a two year working experience.

Applications can be delivered to Uganda Nursing School Bwindi or sent through

The training is assisted by digital technology and each student is given an Ipad or kindle as a learning aid.

More information can be obtained through:
Tel: 0392-001825 or 0776-789151