Though a private university, UEAB is open to any student regardless of religion, gender, or race provided he/she is willing to abide by the policies of the university.
The University of Eastern Africa, Baraton, seeks to meet the academic, spiritual, social, and cultural needs of its students. Each student has the opportunity to develop a well-rounded personality through participation in the various campus activities.
Students are expected to follow high standards of moral and Christian conduct, and to refrain from immoral and degrading acts or behaviour such as: indecent conduct, profane language, the use of alcohol, tobacco or other drugs, reading pernicious literature, gambling, or attending places of amusement not approved by the University.
The minimum entrance requirements for the first degree under direct entry qualifications are:
Candidates applying for admission to the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton through the Pre-University programme must meet the following requirements: