Cavendish University Uganda
|Vice-Chancellor||John F. Mugisha|
0° 18' 4.00"N, 32° 35' 36.00"E
Cavendish University Uganda (CUU) is a private university in Uganda.
CUU's main campus is located at 1469 Ggaba Road, in Nsambya, a southern neighborhood of Kampala, the capital and largest city of Uganda. Nsambya is approximately 5 kilometres (3.1 mi), by road, south-east of the central business district of Kampala. The coordinates of the university campus are 0°18'04.0"N, 32°35'36.0"E (Latitude:0.301111; Longitude:32.593333).
CUU is a higher institution of learning that was granted a letter of interim authority on 18 December 2007 to establish a private university under the Universities and Tertiary Institutions Act No. 7 of 2001. A full license to operate was given by the Uganda National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) in June 2008.
Currently with four Faculties- Science and Technology, Business and Management, Socio-Economic Sciences, and Law- as well as a School of Post Graduate Studies, Cavendish University Uganda offers courses ranging from certificates, diplomas, bachelor's and master's degrees that strive to address societal gaps. The University’s mode of teaching involves face-to-face interaction with students who are also offered module descriptions and teaching schedules ahead of time that includes tutorial questions and detailed case studies. This ensures there’s participatory learning and thus easy flow of knowledge and skills. With the increasing penetration of internet services, the institution plans to introduce online teaching. Large or popular classes are subdivided into smaller class sizes, so that the lecturers are able to provide quality education.
The university opened with 45 students in the premises formerly occupied by Makerere High School on Makerere Hill. The student body grew to over 250 in 2009. In 2010, CUU moved to its campus on Ggaba Road, opposite the Embassy of the United States.
- Master of Business Administration - Accounting & Finance
- Master of Business Administration - Marketing
- Master of Business Administration - Entrepreneurship
- Master of Business Administration - Human Resources Management
- Master of Business Administration - Real Estate Management
- Master of Science in Project Management
- Masters in NGO Management
- Master of Arts in Public Relations
- Masters of Information Technology
- Master of Arts in Comparative Social Work
- Bachelor of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- Bachelor of Information Technology
- Bachelor of Information Management
- Bachelor of Arts in NGO Management & Social Work
- Bachelor of Arts in Media and Public Relations
- Bachelor of Arts in Purchasing and Supplies Management
- Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Diplomatic Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Banking & Finance
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelor of Arts in Accounting & Finance
- Bachelor of Arts in Tourism & Hotel Management
- Bachelor of Arts in Social Work & Development
- Bachelor of Laws
- Bachelor of Development Studies
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- Academic Courses At CCU