LIVINGSTONE INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITYHISTORYThe LivingStone International University Strategic Plan 2009-2014 was completed December 19, 2007 and submitted to the Uganda National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) with the goal of being chartered as a fully accredited university by the Uganda government. The first step in this process was accomplished December 19, 2008 when the NCHE issued to LIU a Letter of Interim Authority. This allowed LIU to begin buying property, prepare curricula, hire faculty and staff and set up banking and other business tasks. LIU received its Provisional License from the NCHE in March, 2011. This prepared the way for the first student intake in January, 2012.Currently LIU is working under the guidance of the NCHE toward qualifying for a full university charter. On January 16, 2012 the inaugural class of LivingStone International University began with thirty-four students. With the second intake in September 2012, the student body grew to over fifty. As of June 2011 over US$1.4 million had been invested into the development of LIU, the acquisition of the land, and operating funds for the launching of classes.LOCATION
LIU has opened on a leased campus near the center of Mbale, Uganda, approximately 250 kilometres (160 mi), by road, northeast of Kampala, the capital and largest city in that country. LIU plans to occupy this leased campus for a period of up to three years while simultaneously constructing a permanent campus. Fifty-six acres of land have already been purchased just outside of Mbale municipality on the main road that goes west toward Kampala. A campus master plan has been developed, and fund-raising is taking place for eventual construction of LIU’s permanent campus on this site.
LivingStone International University seeks to maintain the highest possible standards in academics. Current offerings include a Bachelor of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Christian Ministry, a Bachelor of Science in Communication and Media Technology, and a Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology. In addition, a School of Liberal Arts oversees a core curriculum that serves as a foundation for all other degrees.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Communications and Media Technology
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Christian Ministry
Diploma in Christian Ministry
Plot 4/6 Ruben Napwoli Road, Northern Division, Nabijjo Cell, Namakwekwe, Mbale.From the Clock Tower, go north on Kumi Road and cross Nabiyonga Bridge. Branch right on Mission Road just past the Total station. Follow the signs to LivingStone International University