African Bible University

Acronym: 
ABU

The objective of African Bible University is to offer quality, university-level education with a Christian emphasis to the people of East Africa.

The chief aim of African Bible University is to train Godly men and women for Christian leadership and service.  The curriculum is designed to prepare the college's graduates for Christian vocation.  The degree is designed to be either terminal or preparatory for further education. Students are being trained for Christian leadership; consequently, the university desires students who are committed to God's guidance and dedicated to the Lord's service.

The courses offered at African Bible University are designed to hold to the highest academic standards. Our four-year program is of university standard, and the degree offered is parallel to the Bachelor of Arts degree awarded by other international universities and liberal arts colleges.

Telephone: 
+256-414-201507
Full address: 
African Bible University P.O. Box 71242, Clock Tower Kampala - UGANDA
Country: 
Uganda

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