A Diploma in Project Planning & Management is a program that provides students with the knowledge and skills required to plan, execute, and manage projects effectively.
‘A’ Level or Certificate in Travel & Tourism Management or the equivalent qualifications.
Project Management Principles: Students learn the fundamental principles and concepts of project management. They study the project management lifecycle, project roles and responsibilities, and best practices in project management. Students gain an understanding of project constraints, stakeholders, and the importance of effective project communication.
Project Planning and Scheduling: The program covers the techniques and tools used for project planning and scheduling. Students learn to create project plans, define project objectives, and break down project tasks. They gain insights into developing project schedules, estimating resource requirements, and managing project dependencies.
Project Budgeting and Cost Management: Students study the principles of project budgeting and cost management. They learn to develop project budgets, allocate resources, and track project costs. Students gain an understanding of cost control measures, cost estimation techniques, and the importance of financial management in project success.
Project Risk Management: The program emphasizes the identification, assessment, and mitigation of project risks. Students learn risk management techniques, including risk identification, risk analysis, and risk response planning. They gain skills in developing risk management plans and implementing risk mitigation strategies to minimize project disruptions.
Leadership and Team Management: Students explore leadership principles and team management strategies in the context of project management. They learn to motivate and inspire project teams, resolve conflicts, and foster effective teamwork. Students gain an understanding of leadership styles, communication techniques, and the role of project managers in leading successful projects.
|Item||Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Application Fee – Per Year||60,000||N/A|
|Registration Fee – Per Year||30,000||N/A|
|Identity Card – Per Year||25,000||N/A|
|Examination Fee - Per Semester||100,000||100,000|
|Library Fee – Per Semester||70,000||70,000|
|Development Fee – Per Year||60,000||N/A|
|Guild Fee – Per Year||25,000||N/A|
|Sports Fee – Per Year||20,000||N/A|
|Medical Fee – Per Year||50,000||30,000|
A UGX 20,000 NCHE Fee is paid annually and directly to the National Council for Higher Education by the applicant upon enrolment.
Hostel accommodation for male and female students is available at Buwambo Campus at a fee of UGX 550,000 per quarter (Inclusive of accommodation and meals).
All students in the hostel will be required to bring toiletries.
All payments should be made in any of the following Banks or their Branches throughout the country in the name of YMCA Comprehensive Institute.
|Bank of Africa||02022350002|
|Housing Finance Bank||121160377300|