KAMPALA UNIVERSITYHISTORY Kampala University was founded in 1999. The founding Vice Chancellor, Professor Badru Kateregga, together with other academics and entrepreneurs pooled resources to establish the university. It received its license from the Uganda National Council for Higher Education (UNCHE), in 2000. During the university’s graduation ceremony in March 2012, 2048 graduands were awarded degrees, diplomas, and certificates in various disciplines. Of these, 57.9% were male and 42.1% were female. 74 graduands received Masters degrees and 24 others received postgraduate diplomas.Kampala University is a fountain of knowledge, which produces holistic and all round graduates who become vanguards of change in the community.This philosophy is founded on a society, which needs graduates who are competitive in the job market, academically, morally and socially. It is the University belief, firm hope and desire that Uganda as a nation, the East and Central Africa Region, and indeed the whole world become transformed into a developed common society economically, culturally and academically which should act as a vehicle of development in all areas and at all levels.
As of July 2014, Kampala University maintains the following campuses: