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St. Lawrence University (Uganda)


St. Lawrence University (Uganda)

St. Lawrence University (Uganda) (SLAU)
Motto Light Your Candle
Established 2006
Type Private
Chancellor Prof. Gilbert Bukenya Balibaseka
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Kakinda Frank Mbaaga
Admin. staff 90 (2011)
Students 3,000+ (2011)
Location Kampala, Uganda
Campus Urban

St. Lawrence University (Uganda) (SLAU) is a private university in Uganda.


The University campus is located in Mengo, Rubaga Division, in central Kampala, Uganda's largest city and capital. The university campus sits on 11 acres (0.045 km2) of land and is located near "Kabaka's Lake", in Mengo, close to the main Lubiri (Palace of the Kabaka of Buganda), 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) west of the central business district of Kampala. The coordinates of the main campus of SLAU are:0° 18' 6.00"N, 32° 33' 43.00"E (Latitude:0.301667; Longitude: 32.561945).[1]


The University was founded in 2006. The University took in the first class of students in September 2007.[2]

Academic Departments

SLAU is currently composed of five faculties:[3]

Courses offered

The following courses are offered at the University:

Undergraduate Degree Courses

Diploma Courses

Certificate Courses

External links

  • About SLAU
  • SLAU Distance Learning Programs

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  • View of SLAU Campus
  • SLAU Administrative Block

See also


  1. ^ Location of SLAU Campus At Google Maps
  2. ^ SLAU Opened in 2007
  3. ^ Faculties of SLAU

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