1. What qualifications do I need to enroll for the course?

Applicants should hold be either holders of a degree from a recognized university or members of professional bodies such as ACCA, CIMA, CPA, ICSA and ICAS.

2. What is the duration of the course?

The course runs for a period of one and a half years. It is divided into four modules, with each module running for three and a half to four months. The last module is dedicated to a research project.

3. How many intakes are there in a year?

There are three intakes each year: January, May and September.

4. What qualification do I get once I have completed the course?

A Diploma in Tax and Revenue Administration

5. Do I get any exemptions for subjects that I have already completed elsewhere?

There are currently no exemptions for previously completed subjects. Students are required to complete all the subjects on the syllabus.

6. Is the diploma recognized in Uganda?

Yes. The East African School of Taxation had accreditation from the National Council for Higher Education.

7. How much does the course cost?

Tuition for each module is UGX 850,000, except for the final module which costs UGX 500,000. There is also a registration fee of UGX 50,000 for the first module and UGX 20,000 each for the second and third module.

8. When do classes run?

Classes run for three days in the week between 6pm and 9pm.

9. Who is the examining body?

The East African School of Taxation is the examining body. Examinations are set and marked by the lecturers.