UNEB Late Registration Form


UNEB Late Registration Form

UNEB Late Registration – How to proceed with registration:

Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) informs the public that the deadline for late registration for the 2022 candidates has been announced. This follows the end of normal registration on the deadline. UNEB therefore urges concerned parties to establish if their candidates are duly registered. In the event that they are not, parents/guardians are advised to make use of the of the grace period for late registration.

UNEB Online Registration of 2022 Candidates – Procedure

This process involves use of electronic methods to carry out registration of candidates and these include;

  • Windows-based desktop application
  • On-line registration
  • Bulk registration through the web-portal.

As the first step, the Board has designed and developed a Windows-based desktop system for electronically registering UCE and UACE candidates. This system contains in-built controls for the most common checks that we routinely carry out manually during the registration process.

The e-Registration process is simple and only requires one to possess minimal computer skills.   The system was designed bearing in mind that the internet is not yet widespread in Uganda. The system will, therefore, allow centers to register candidates from a location without internet connectivity and then send the data to UNEB from another location where there are internet services.   This is achieved through an export facility which allows the user of the system to extract data and export it into an Excel workbook that can subsequently be uploaded to the UNEB web portal. UNEB Late Registration

UNEB also recognizes that a number of centers may not have computer facilities of their own. This SHOULD NOT deter a center from electronically registering candidates. This is because a single computer can be used to register candidates from several centers. A School/Center may request a nearby School to give assistance in e-Registration by providing the ICT facilities. Centers can also hire equipment for a one time off use.

The use of electronic registration process will take an evolutionary (phased) approach whereby the prevalence and proliferation of technologies will determine the specific mode a particular center uses. The initial phase is the one where users shall use the desktop application. As technologies improve and become more spread and affordable, e-Registration will evolve into a fully-fledged on-line registration system in which Examination Centers will register candidates on-line.   The purpose of this circular, therefore, is to inform you that UNEB introduced electronic registration of candidates starting last year for UCE and UACE. With your cooperation, this innovation will reduce congestion at our offices and improve on the overall efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery in the Board.


  For proper utilization of the e-Registration programme, a School/Center should have the following:

  • Digital photographs of candidates
  • Computer with Windows Operating System
  • Internet connection: In the absence of an internet connection at the Center, the data can be exported to an Excel workbook, then go to an area with internet facilities.
  • A trained person to do e-Registration.

Examination Centers may meet the minimum requirements by teaming with Schools in their neighborhood or hire equipment.

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