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Uganda Martyrs University (UMU) is a faith-based private University owned by the Episcopal Conference of the Catholic Bishops of Uganda. UMU acknowledges the late Archbishop Kiwanuka as the Father of Catholic higher education in Uganda.

The Academic Registrar, Uganda Martyrs University (UMU)  invites prospective applicants from Uganda, East Africa, and around the world for Postgraduate and Undergraduate programs in the current intake. The University currently provides three avenues for admission, including direct entry, entry for diploma holders (both graduate and postgraduate), and admission through the web portal

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Uganda Martyrs University is aligning itself with the global STEM agenda

May 22, 2024

Uganda Martyrs University is aligning itself with the global STEM agenda and national development plans…

Celebrating World Wildlife Day 2024

March 19, 2024

A team from NEMA together with the UMU community Nkozi celebrated the wildlife days under…

Architectural Exhibition at UMU

November 1, 2023

Uganda Martyrs University  faculty of built environment held an architectural exhibition under the theme” Context-…

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World Environment Day 2024

As Uganda joins the rest of the world to commemorate #WorldEnvironmentDay 2024, Uganda Martyrs University in partnership with the National Environment Management Authority—@nemaug and other partners on May 29, 2024, will launch the Equatorial Green Belt Initiative, a project dedicated to establishing a vibrant and…

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