Leadership conference happening at the Uganda christian University main campus on the 16th of June
Uganda Christian University (UCU) is a private, not-for-profit University that is chartered (accredited) by the Government of Uganda.
In 2004, the Government of Uganda granted a charter to Uganda Christian University – the highest level of national accreditation. UCU was the first private University to receive such a charter from the Government.
UCU’s main campus is in Mukono, 25 kilometres (15 miles) from the capital city of Kampala, Uganda. A constituent college, Bishop Barham University College, is located in Kabale (south western Uganda) and regional campuses are located in Mbale (East) and Arua (Northwest).
UCU was founded and is owned by the Church of Uganda (Anglican). During 2010/11, over 7,500 students will study at the main campus and 3,000 more will study at campuses around Uganda.
Over 40 undergraduate and post-graduate programmes are offered through Uganda Christian University.