Presbyterian University of East Africa

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The Presbyterian University of East Africa
Motto finding new paths
Type Private
Established 2007
Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter B. Kibas
Academic staff
Administrative staff
50[citation needed]
Students 1650
Undergraduates 550
Postgraduates 10
Location Kikuyu, Kenya
Colors Blue, Red and Green
Affiliations Commission of University Education

The Presbyterian University of East Africa (PUEA) is an institution of higher education in Kenya registered and accredited by the Commission for University Education (CUE).

Though set at the Kikuyu Main Campus and at the Town Campus, PUEA has remote sites across thirteen campuses, including five hospitals. It has six hundred and fifty students (650); and a further twenty seven thousand (27,000) in the Theology Education by Extension (TEE) program throughout the country.

PUEA offers Certificate, Diploma, and Degree programmes in Computer Science; Theology; Business Administration; Education; Health Sciences; Hotel and Tourism; and Communication. It also offers the Master of Business Administration (MBA) postgraduate degree.

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