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Uganda Christian University

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Uganda Christian University (UCU) is a private church-founded university administered by the Church of Uganda. It was the first private University in Uganda to be awarded a charter by the Government of Uganda. Location UCU's main campus, with approximately 8,000 students, is in the town of Mukono, approximately , by road, east of Uganda's capital city, Kampala, on the Kampala-Jinja Highway. The coordinates of the main campus are 0°21'27.0"N, 32°44'29.0"E (Latitude:0.357500; Longitude:32.741389). Bishop Barham University College is a regional constituent college of UCU, with about 1,500 students, located in the city of Kabale, approximately , by road, south-west of Kampala. Other regional campuses include UCU Mbale Campus, which is in Mbale, and UCU Arua Campus, which is in Arua. In 2019 construction of a permanent fifth campus in Kampala began, in the Mengo neighborhood, along Musajja Alumbwa Road. Origins UCU was founded in 1997 by the Anglican Church of Uganda fr
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