Yambio, 7th July 2018. The Catholic University of South Sudan Yambio campus starts admitting students for 2018/2019 academic year.
According to Anisa Radio, Professor Francis Billiahu, head of the taskforce, says they have so far registered 70 students.
Lectures will start early next month and that admission forms are available in the Diocesan Education Secretariat in Yambio, he announces.
The head adds that they are admitting people for degree, diploma and certificate and that the Catholic University in their Diocese will operate in Yambio and Nzara campuses.
Professor Billiahu also explains that they school will be offering sciences, agriculture, arts subjects in to students.
He encourages the people of Gbudue State sending children to school to put the life of the new nation very important.
The head of taskforce calls upon students to pick admission forms so that they add their education skills in order to have better life in the future.
This professor talked to Anisa Radio on Thursday in the Catholic Diocese of Tombura-Yambio.