Kyambogo University (KYU) is a public university in Uganda. It is one of the eight public universities and degree-awarding institutions in the country with the motto, "Knowledge and Skills for Service."
|Motto||Knowledge and Skills for Service|
Kyambogo University was established in 2003 by the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act 2001 by merging Uganda Polytechnic Kyambogo (UPK), the Institute of Teacher Education, Kyambogo (ITEK), and the Uganda National Institute of Special Education (UNISE).
Uganda Polytechnic KyambogoEdit
In 1928 the trade and technical courses at Makerere College (now Makerere University) were split off into the new Kampala Technical School. The school moved to Nakawa and became the Kampala Technical Institute. In 1958 that school was moved to Kyambogo renamed Uganda Technical College and then was finally renamed Uganda Polytechnic, Kyambogo.
Institute of Teacher Education, KyambogoEdit
ITEK started as a government teacher training college in 1948 at Nyakasura, Kabarole District. In 1954, it transferred to Kyambogo Hill as a national teachers’ college and later became ITEK by statute of parliament in 1989.
Uganda National Institute of Special EducationEdit
The university campus is located on Kyambogo Hill, approximately 8 kilometres (5 mi), by road, east of the central business district of Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. The geographical coordinates of the university campus are: 0°21'00.0"N, 32°37'48.0"E (Latitude:0.350000; Longitude:32.630000).
Organization and administrationEdit
Kyambogo University now has six faculties, six schools and one institute:
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Science
- Faculty of Agriculture
- Faculty of Special Needs & Rehabilitation
- Faculty of Arts and Humanities
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- School of Built Environment
- School of Vocational Studies
- School of Computing and Information Science
- School of Education
- School of Art and Industrial Design
- School of Management and Entrepreneurship
- Institute of Distance Education, E-Learning and Learning Centres.
- Henry Bagiire, Minister of State for Agriculture, 2011-2016
- Charles Bakkabulindi, MP, Minister of State for Sports since 2005
- Rukiya Chekamondo, Minister of State for Privatisation, 2006-2011
- Lukia Isanga Nakadama, Minister of State for Gender and Culture since 2006
- Daniel Kidega, 4th Speaker of the East African Legislative Assembly since 2014
- Brenda Nabukenya, Member of parliament seat for Luwero district in between 2011 and 2016, Luwero district Women Member of Parliament 2021-
- Hannington Sengendo, Vice Chancellor of Nkumba University since 2013.
- Arthur Sserwanga, Vice Chancellor of Muteesa I Royal University 2014 to 2017.
- Anatoli Kamugisha, founder and managing director of Akright Projects
- Richard Musani, marketing manager, Movit Products Limited
- Joanita Kawalya, musician and member of the Afrigo Band
- Rachael Magoola, musician and member of the Afrigo Band
- Irene Ntale, musician
- Milka Irene, actress and politician
- Rema Namakula, recording artist and entertainer
- Stella Chesang, athlete and 2015 World Mountain Running Champion
- Henry Malinga, basketball player
- Brian Umony, footballer with KCCA FC and the Uganda national football team, known as the Uganda Cranes.
- John Ssebuwufu, Chancellor since 2014
- Elly Katunguka, Vice Chancellor since 2014
- Senteza Kajubi, Principal of the Kyambogo Institute of Higher Education, 1986-1990
- Venansius Baryamureeba, Assistant Lecturer, 1995-1996
- Edward Rugumayo, Lecturer, 1968-1969
- Sam Joseph Ntiro
- Elvania Namukwaya Zirimu
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