List of universities in Uganda

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This is a list of universities in Uganda.[1]

Public universities[edit]

List of public universities In Uganda
Rank Abbreviation Name of university Location Established
1 BUS Busitema University Busitema 2007[2]
2 GU Gulu University Gulu 2004[3]
3 KABU Kabale University Kabale 2001[4][5]
4 KYU Kyambogo University Kyambogo 2003[6]
5 LU Lira University Lira 2012[5][7]
6 MUK Makerere University Makerere 1922[8]
7 MUBS Makerere University Business School Nakawa 1997[9]
8 MUST Mbarara University of Science and Technology Mbarara 1989[10]
9 MU Muni University Arua 2014[11]
10 SUN Soroti University Soroti 2015[5][12]
11 UMI Uganda Management Institute Kampala 1968[13]

Private universities[edit]

List of private universities In Uganda
Rank Abbreviation Name of university Location Established
1 AGU Africa Graduate University[14] Kampala
2 AfRU Africa Renewal University Buloba 2013[15]
3 ABU African Bible University Lubowa 2005[16]
4 ARUW African Rural University Kagadi 2007[17]
5 AKU Aga Khan University Kampala 2001[18]
6 ASU All Saints University Lira 2008[19]
7 AWU Ankole Western University Kabwohe 2005[20]
8 BSU Bishop Stuart University Mbarara 2003[21]
9 BMU Bugema University Bugema 1997[22]
10 BGU Busoga University Iganga 1999[23]
11 CUU Cavendish University Uganda Kampala 2008[24]
12 GLRU Great Lakes Regional University Kanungu 2009[25]
13 ISBAT International Business, Science and Technology University Kampala 2011[26][27]
14 IHSU International Health Sciences University Namuwongo 2008[28]
15 IUEA International University of East Africa Kansanga 2011[29]
16 IUIU Islamic University in Uganda Mbale 1988[30]
17 KIU Kampala International University Kansanga 2001[31]
18 KU Kampala University Ggaba 2005[32]
19 KUMU Kumi University Kumi 1996[33]
20 LSIU LivingStone International University Mbale 2011[34]
21 MRU Muteesa I Royal University Masaka 2007[35]
22 MMU Mountains of the Moon University Fort Portal 2005[36]
23 NDU Ndejje University Ndejje 1992[37]
24 NKU Nkumba University Nkumba 1999[38]
25 NSU Nsaka University Jinja 2013[39]
26 SAIU St. Augustine International University Kampala 2012[40]
27 SLAU St. Lawrence University Mengo 2006[41]
28 UCU Uganda Christian University Mukono 1997[42]
29 UMU Uganda Martyrs University Nkozi 1993[43]
30 UNIK University of Kisubi[44] Kisubi 2004[45]
31 UPU Uganda Pentecostal University Fort Portal 2005[46]
32 UTAMU Uganda Technology and Management University Kampala 2012[47]
33 VUU Victoria University Uganda Kampala 2011[48]
List of Ugandan military universities
Rank Abbreviation Name of institution Location Established
1 UMST University of Military Science and Technology Lugazi 2007
2 UMA Uganda Military Academy Kabamba 2010
3 USCSC Uganda Senior Command and Staff College Kimaka 2010
4 UJCSC Uganda Junior Staff College Jinja 2010

Other degree-awarding institutions[edit]

Other Accredited Degree-Awarding Institutions
Rank Abbreviation Name of Institution Location Established
1 KPI Kigumba Petroleum Institute Kigumba 2009[49]
2 IAIT India Africa Institute of Trade Kampala 2011[50][51]
3 ISBAT International School of Business and Technology Kampala 2010[52]
4 IPSK Institute of Petroleum Studies Kampala Muyenga 2013[53]
5 ROU Royal Open University Ndeeba 2015[54]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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