KIU is a private university in Uganda which has built a name in Uganda’s education sector with remarkable resilience. the university is chartered by the government of Uganda as a recognition and acknowledgement of its ability and competence to offer relevant education and is a member of pre-eminent bodies such as the Commonwealth Universities, Association of African Universities and the Inter-University Council of East Africa.KIU was founded twelve years ago and has two campuses; the main campus in Kampala along Kansanga, Ggaba road and the School of Health Sciences (KIU Western Campus) in Bushenyi along Kasese road, with branches in Kenya and Tanzania.
Kampala International University (main campus) is located along Ggaba road in Kansanga, a rapidly growing suburb of Kampala, 3 km from the city centre and 2 km from the shores of Lake Victoria, the second largest fresh water lake in the world. The location of the university, near Uganda’s commercial capital, provides students with opportunities for social and cultural enrichment. Kampala International University (western campus) is located in Ishaka, Bushenyi district. The beauty of the country side environment of the western campus provides an ambience for comfort and concentration.Kampala International University (KIU), commenced operation as a private University in October 2001. The university offers both undergraduate and post-graduate programs on full-time as well as part-time basis.All KIU academic programs are conducted on a semester basis except the Access Program, Health Sciences, In-service Education courses, and the MBA (Executive), which follow separate schedules.
Each year, KIU welcomes talented students, at both undergraduate and graduate level, from all over East Africa and beyond. Programmes of study offered at Western Campus are designed to make students think logically, laterally and independently. Our aim is to remain at the forefront of centres of learning, teaching and research.Our facilities in the Teaching Hospital help to train the next generation of medical professionals. Since its inception, KIU has trained over 1,200 medical professionals in various fields. We believe in the importance of treating our patients and students with respect and kindness. The Teaching Hospital is helping to bring health and hope to those in need.CONTACTS.
E-mail: [email protected]KIU Western Campus Box 71, Bushenyi- Uganda
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COLLEGES College of Education, Open, Distance and e-learning. Kampala International University is aware of difficulties students face in finding the time and funding to come to the university to study, and therefore developed the Distance learning programme to make available specialized and advanced training in the country. Being unable to come to KIU for an extended period of time need no longer be a barrier to obtaining higher qualifications, studying through the distance learning system provides an attractive option for those financially challenged, commitment to work or family, or lack of access to higher education on a full time basis due to other reasons.
This mode of delivery minimizes a learner’s over reliance on the lecturer by utilizing a mix of multi-media technologies augmented with limited face-to-face interaction to facilitate knowledge acquisition (blended learning) and compressed learning. Through the college, the university has taken a more practical approach to pedagogy by incorporating advanced learning methods, thus fulfilling students learning needs.