Kalegamye Hinyuye Mlondo, a 4th year Medical Student (Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery – BMS) of Kamapala International University in Tanzania (KIUT), finally wins the Mawazo challenge. Kalegamye’s victory came after series of screening and competition and eventually scaled through to be one of the 10 best winners out of 12 finalists that scaled through […]
The School of Law, Kampala International University in Tanzania organizes a moot court session on the 14th December, 2017, at the University Main Hall, from 9:00am – 1:00pm. This is a platform where law students are exposed to the practical aspects of the law in a court setting by putting into action what they are being taught […]
The management and staff of Kampala International University in Tanzania (KIUT) congratulates Tanzanians on her 56th Independence Day today, being 9th December, 2017. Tanzania Independence Day is a celebration of independence from the British in 1961 of Tanganyika, which merged with Zanzibar in 1964 to become Tanzania. This day being a national holiday is celebrated […]
On Friday, 27th October, 2017, Wadhwani Foundation, Bengaluru, India successfully wrapped up a week-long entrepreneurship training programme, tagged: ‘Train-the-Trainer’, with staff of Kampala International University in Tanzania (KIUT), in a bid to enable trained staff train, supervise, and mentor interested students in the university that registered to enroll for the programme. The entrepreneurship programme, which […]
SoftyTrainers Limited, a consultancy firm in Tanzania in conjunction with the Management of Kampala International University in Tanzania (KIUT), through the office of the Dean of Students Affairs, is organizing a two-day workshop on Creativity and Innovation for staff and students. The date and time scheduled for the training is Saturday, 18th and Sunday, 19th, […]
Kampala International University in Tanzania (KIUT), through the office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs, wishes to notify the public that the 2017/2018 academic session for all continuing students began on Monday, 30th October, 2017. All continuing students are therefore expected to resume immediately, as faculty registration and lectures have already commenced.
On Monday, 9th October, 2017, Kampala International University in Tanzania (KIUT) resumed for the 2017/2018 academic year. This session, which started with the registration of new students cum orientation programme, is seen as being progressive as there has been an influx of new entrants in the University premises who have come to register for the […]