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Metropolitan International University (MIU) is a private University in Uganda founded in 2016 and licensed by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) to do teaching, research and community engagement.
MIU offers experiential and outstanding learning and teaching for 21st Century students through an enriched learning experience that blends face to face and virtual learning.
Kisoro-Kabale Rd, Northern Division, Kisoro Municipality P.O Box 160. Kisoro-Uganda
300 meters along Nakibinge road off Kampala-Hoima road. Kampala-Uganda
Metropolitan International University (MIU) was first incorporated in the Republic of Uganda under the Companies Act (CAP.110) as a company limited by shares on 30th November 2015.
The National Council for Higher Education at its 28th meeting held on 11th November 2016 granted a University Licence, No. UIPL022, to UMetropolitan International University to operate as a University in the Republic of Uganda.MIU was gazetted in Gazette Vol. CVI No. 14 of 22nd March 2016, Legal Notice No. 4 of 2016.
Not yet. However, with now four years in existence, the University management is working on the requirements needed to acquire the charter.
On 30th November 2016, Metropolitan International University was licensed and accredited by the National Council for Higher Education to operate as a University in the Republic of Uganda. MIUwas gazetted in Gazette Vol. CVI No. 14 of 22nd March 2016, Legal Notice No. 4 of 2016.
Yes. All programmes offered at MIU are accredited and recognized by the Uganda National Council of Higher of Education. And so, all degrees awarded at MIU are recognized in other countries a Ugandan degree.
Currently, MIU offers 40 academic programmes under three faculties and one school namely; Faculty of Science & Technology, Faculty of Business Administration and Management Sciences, Faculty of Education & Humanities and School of Postgraduate and Research Studies.
At present, MIU has a student population of more than 2000 students distributed under different programmes.