University of Kisubi (UniK) is a private University owned by the Registered Trustees of the Uganda Brothers of Christian Instruction. Its forerunner, Kisubi Brothers University College (KBUC), was founded on 15 th August 2004 when the Brothers signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Uganda Martyrs University to establish Kisubi Brothers Centre of Uganda Martyrs University (KBUMU). On 27 th March 2009, the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) granted KBUMU a constituent college status and became Kisubi Brothers University College (KBUC), a Constituent College of Uganda Martyrs University. On the 29 th June 2015, NCHE granted an independent operational license to the university in its new name, university of Kisubi (UniK).
UniK is a private university rooted in the Catholic ethos but remains open to all those who qualify for its programs. It is located 24 km from Kampala along Kampala – Entebbe Highway.
Blessed with a conducive learning and teaching environment, UniK is committed to remaining a hallmark and a niche for quality education in Uganda and in the broader East African region.
A Leading Catholic-Based University Responsive to National and Global Needs.
To Provide Evidence-based Holistic Education for Social Transformation Grounded in the Catholic Ethos.
The University College attaches great importance to the integral nature and development of the human person. We strive to empower its graduates to be capable of achieving self-realization and to improve the human condition through holistic education and innovation holding on and imparting all such values, acts and knowledge that ennoble the human person.
UniK has agreed on a set of core values to be practiced by all staff and students as part of the enhancement process. All stakeholders, internal or external, are expected to internalize these values and demonstrate behavior that is in conformity and also hold each other accountable. UniK is committed to the following core values of Service, Creativity, Responsibility, Integrity, Professionalism and Teamwork (SCRIPT), as described in the University Charter.