Studying at a Uganda Martyrs University will be one of the most exciting times of your life. Ensure you are prepared with our application guide.
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. When he first conceived the idea in the 1940’s, circumstances did not allow establishing a University at that time.
However, this proposal was renewed during the 1980’s, and was endorsed by the Uganda Episcopal Conference in 1989. Uganda Martyrs University was officially launched in 1993 by His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni President of the Republic of Uganda. It received its civil Charter on 2nd April 2005.
The quality of education at Uganda Martyrs University is confirmed by the annual appraisals conducted by the university itself which show that the majority of students are satisfied with their selection of the university, lecturers and the education programme.
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