Uganda will remain putting out poor quality graduates in higher institutions of learning given the way students make it to go through these institutions. Many of these students do some work to be able to bridge the financial gap so that they eventually get the academic qualifications. In so doing, you cannot rule out criminal aspects to make some money. When it comes to attending lectures, chances are that some of these are unable to attend to a number of lectures which means they have to depend on the course mates. It comes to course works, many of these seek assistance to have the course work done or at least get out line of the salient features of the question, this points to the fact that they get marks but when not competent academically.
Given this fact, it will make a lot of sense if the Government of Uganda eventually realizes this fact and stops the type of funding to the so – called excelling students where a good number of these children come from well to do, yet it cannot be ruled out that some are not beneficiaries of the cheating in national examinations. If the Government insists that Government sponsorship remains, it should strictly be for tuition and the other aspects should be left to the student benefactor to foot. This should release some good funds which may make it possible for the Government to fund aspects which are currently met through the savings by the institutions hence put on the shoulder of the students who pay for themselves.