Universities and Colleges in Uganda

Makerere University (1922) and Mbarara University of Science and Technology (1989) are the longest-established public universities. Kyambogo University (2003), Gulu University (2004) and Busitema University (2007) were founded in the 2000s. The principal private universities include Busoga University (1999); Islamic University in Uganda (1988); Kampala International University (2001); Uganda Christian University (1997); and Uganda Martyrs University (1993). The female-male ratio for gross enrolment in tertiary education is 0.30:1 (2011). Literacy among people aged 15-24 is 87.4 per cent (2010).


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Universities and Colleges in Uganda
Aga Khan University
Bishop Stuart University
Bugema Seventh Day Adventist University
Busitema University
Busoga University
Fair Land University
Gulu University
Inter University Council of East Africa
International Health Sciences University
Islamic University in Uganda
Kampala International University
Kampala University
Kyambogo University
Lugazi University
Makerere University
Mbarara University of Science & Technology
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Namasagali University
Ndejje University
Nkumba University
Pioneer Technical Institute
Sports Medicine Centre
Uganda Christian University
Uganda Management Institute
Uganda Management Institute
Uganda Martyrs University
Uganda Olympic Committee
Uganda Society, The