St. Mary's University in Juba

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Saint Mary's College in Juba (SMUJ) is a university in South Sudan.


The St. Mary's College is located in the city of Juba, in Juba County, Jubek State, in South Sudan. The city of Juba is the capital of South Sudan and is the largest city in that country.


St. Mary's College was founded in 2008, as a collaborative effort between the South Sudanese Ministry of Gender, Social Welfare and Religious Affairs and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Juba, with the cooperation of the Volunteers' Organization for International Co-operation OVCI la Nostra Famiglia (INGO which has been continuously working in South Sudan since 1983). Enrollment is open to all eligible citizens of South Sudan. The Vice Chancellor of the university is Paulino Lukudu Loro, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Juba.[1]

Academic affairs[edit]

The university opened with two (2) faculties, namely:[2]

  1. Faculty of Rehabilitation Sciences
  2. Faculty of Education

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Coordinates: 4°50′45″N 31°36′24″E / 4.8459°N 31.6067°E / 4.8459; 31.6067