ugandamartyrs university Uganda Martyrs University: Nkozi university Uganda Martyrs University,UMU - Nkozi - Prof Michel Lejeune/ Vice-Chancellor Uganda Martyrs University, Nkoz
Nkozi university Uganda Martyrs University,UMU - Nkozi - Prof Michel Lejeune/ Vice-Chancellor Uganda Martyrs University, Nkoz
Nkozi university Uganda Martyrs University,UMU - Nkozi - Prof Michel Lejeune/ Vice-Chancellor Uganda Martyrs University, Nkoz
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Nkozi university Uganda Martyrs University,UMU - Nkozi - Prof Michel Lejeune/ Vice-Chancellor Uganda Martyrs University, Nkoz

Nkozi university Uganda Martyrs University,UMU - Nkozi - Prof Michel Lejeune/ Vice-Chancellor Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi began its first academic year on 18th October 1993, the anniversary of the canonization of the Uganda Martyrs. The concept of a Catholic University in Uganda dates back as far as the nineteen forties, when the late Archbishop Kiwanuka conceived the idea. Unfortunately, various circumstances impeded the foundation of a university at that time. This proposal was renewed during the nineteen eighties, and was endorsed by the Uganda Episcopal Conference in 1989. The University was officially launched in March 1991 by His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, the President of Uganda. Uganda Martyrs University was chartered in August 1993, and the first academic year commenced in October 1993. LOCATION OF UMU The University is situated at Nkozi, 82 Kms west of Kampala (the capital of Uganda) on the Kampala - Masaka road. A murram road links the campus from the main road at Kayabwe Trading Centre, 1 Kilometre from the Equator.  OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIVERSITY * To provide high quality education which will prepare students for their future fields of occupation and service. * To cultivate and promote its chosen disciplines and specializations within the context of the knowledge of Christian principles by continually revising its academic and outreach programmes. * To encourage the development of individuals of democratic character, virtue, intellect, creativity, self-criticism, wisdom, skill, integrity, acumen, leadership, entrepreneurship, and self-reliance.  Contact: P.O.Box 5498 Kampala Uganda

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Nkozi university Uganda Martyrs University,UMU - Nkozi - Prof Michel Lejeune/ Vice-Chancellor Uganda Martyrs University, Nkoz Nkozi university Uganda Martyrs University,UMU - Nkozi - Prof Michel Lejeune/ Vice-Chancellor Uganda Martyrs University, Nkoz