Kampala International University is located some 3.5 kilometers from downtown Kampala, in the Kansanga suburb, with a satellite campus in Ishaka in the south-west of Uganda (approximately 340 kilometers from Kampala). Popularly known as KIU, Kampala International University was founded in 2001 and is one of the private Ugandan universities. The university has 11 faculties and schools.
FromKIU website: KIU is a private university in Uganda that has built a name in Uganda's education sector. The university is chartered by the government of Uganda and is a memeber of pre-eminent bodies such as the Commonwealth Universities, Association of African Universities and the Inter-University Council of East Africa.
KIU was founded in 2001 and has two campuses; the main campus in Kampala along Kansanga, Ggaba road and the School of Health Sciences (KIU Western Campus) in Bushenyi along Kasese road, with branches in Kenya and Tanzania.
Accomodation: International students are given first priority in the university's halls of residence because of space limitations. There are hostels for men and women, with self–contained rooms. During short breaks students may remain in residence at no extra cost.The university identifies suitable private accommodtion facilities for students.
Fees: Undergraduate fees range from UGX 500,000 to UGX 800,000 per semester, and UGX 800,000 to UGX 1,200,000 for master's degrees. In-servcie undergraduate degrees and all diploma courses are UGX 350,000 to UGX 500,000
For admission information visit the schools and colleges websites (links are provided below)