15th Graduation Ceremony

KIU's 15th graduation ceremony was held on 19th November 2016 at the main campus in Kampala. 


Medical Experts from the Joint East African Medical and Dental Practitioners Council have said they are satisfied with the standard at Kampala International University’s School of Health Sciences in Bushenyi District



The International Federation of Libraries Associations (IFLA), Law Libraries Section, in conjunction with International Association of Law Libraries (IALL) are organising a Conference for law Librarians in Anglophone Africa. The conference is to empower law libraries to utilize the potential of open access legal sources in legal research. It is also to build a network of law librarians across Africa and share knowledge and assist each other in solving practical legal research questions. Theme : Open Access for Legal Research in Africa Venue : Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda Dates : December 6th and 7th, 2016 Two Librarians from Kampala International University are expected to attend the conference; Mr. Denniss Kakande, the Law Librarian, KIU Dar-es-Salaam Campus and Ms. Elizabeth Alikoba, the Law Librarian in the IBML. Mr. Kakande is fully sponsored by the conference organisers, and will present a paper titled "Factors Hindering Effective Usage and Access of Electronic Law Resources in Tanzania Universities."

KIU – ABORNE Partnership

Kampala International University (KIU) signed a world class partnership with African borderlands research network (ABORNE), as part of the university’s commitment to boost and support research in all areas to bring about positive development.

ABORNE is an inter-disciplinary network of researchers interested in all aspects of international borders and trans-boundary phenomena in Africa. According to Professor Paul Nutgent from the University of Edinburgh, the main emphasis is largely on borderlands as physical spaces and social spheres, but the network is also concerned with the regional flow of people and goods as well as economic and social processes that may be located at some distance from the geographical border.