CIU-Somali Embassy Visit

Kampala, Uganda, 4th of November 2019- The Somali Ambassador in Uganda his excellence Ali. M .Mohamud invited Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga , Vice-Chancellor Clarke International University (CIU) and her delegation to the Somali embassy in Kampala where they discussed collaborations with Somali Universities, improving the Somali student experience in Uganda, and supporting Somali scholars through available scholarships.

The Somali Student Association at CIU is one of the biggest on-campus student organizations, with the majority of the students majoring in the field of Public Health.  The Ambassador discussed the need to have partnerships with Universities in Somalia, to provide students with affordable and quality postgraduate opportunities at home, as well as tracking the impact of education Somali Nationals have obtained from Ugandan Universities.

CIU team posses with the Somali Ambassador.
Clockwise: The Academic Registrar Ms Evelyn Ayot, the Somali Ambassador to Uganda His Excellence Ali. M .Mohamud, The Vice Chancellor Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga, the Dean Institute of Public Health and Management Mr. John Bosco Alege and the PR and Marketing Officer Ms. Daphne Bukirwa.


The Ambassador also praised CIU for having some of the best-placed graduates in their fields of study.  Many CIU graduates are health workers, teachers and some have progressed as far as politics in their home country.


Clarke International University has an international student population of over 30 percent of the student body.  CIU recognizes that culture is an important aspect of society. We are constantly building strong strategic relationships and making our campus more diverse.

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