DITRA is offered as an evening course from 6 PM to 9 PM, three days a week. We have two intakes every year: January and September. The fees are Ushs. 850,000 per semester excluding registration fees.

SEMESTER 1

NO.

CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

LH

PH

CH

1

D101

Public Finance

5

50

30

65

2

D102

Entrepreneurship & Business Management

5

50

30

65

3

D103

Tax Law I

5

50

30

65

4

D104

VAT Law & Practice I

5

50

30

65

 

SUB-TOTAL

20

 

 

 

                                                                                               

SEMESTER 2

NO.

CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

LH

PH

CH

1

D105

Financial Accounting I

5

50

30

65

2

D106

Income Tax Law II (International Taxation)

5

50

30

65

3

D107

VAT Law Practice II

5

50

30

65

4

D108

Tax Practice I

5

50

30

65

 

SUB-TOTAL

20

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER 3

NO.

CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

LH

PH

CH

1

D201

Mineral & Petroleum Taxation; Law, Policy & Administration

5

50

30

65

2

D202

Financial Accounting II

5

50

30

65

3

D203

Tax Practice II

5

50

30

65

4

D204

Customs Law & Practice

5

50

30

65

 

SUB-TOTAL

20

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER 4

NO.

CODE

COURSE NAME

CU

LH

PH

CH

1

D205

Research Methods & Projects

5

50

30

65

GRAND TOTAL (CREDIT UNITS)

20

 

 

 

 

Course Schedule and Fees

 

DITRA is offered as an evening course from 6 PM to 9 PM, three days a week. We have two intakes every year: January and September. The fees are Ushs. 850,000 per semester excluding registration fees.

 

Entry Requirements

 

Applicants for the DITRA course must be either holders of a degree from a recognized university or members of professional bodies such as ACCA, CIMA, CPA, ICAS, ICSA or ICAE.

 

Benefits of the Program

 

DITRA is designed for tax policy professionals, tax administration and graduates interested in tax careers.

The tax program is designed to provide:

  • In-depth knowledge and ability to authoritatively interpret tax law, including income tax, VAT and customs Laws.
  • Deeper understanding of procedural aspects of adjusting tax disputes.
  • Practical skills needed in the review of income tax returns of different categories of business entities and individuals.
  • Practical knowledge and skills needed in the computation of income tax and reclaim of VAT procedures.
  • Capacity to represent revenue authorities and tax payers in tax matters.
  • Industry-specific tax knowledge. E.g. (Tax aspects of telecoms, financial institutions, petroleum exploration among others).