IIUI, Islamic University Uganda join hands for bilateral cooperation


International Islamic University Islamabad and Islamic University in Uganda have vowed to boost bilateral cooperation in the fields of research, community benefit, exchange of knowledge, scholarships, training and arrangement of conferences by inking a Memorandum of Understanding .

The MoU was signed at the new campus of the university by Rector IIUI Prof. Dr. Masoom Yasinzai and Rector IUIU Prof. Dr. Ismail Simbwa Gyagenda.

As per the MoU, both the universities have agreed for the joint venture of mutual interests, training programs and exchange of experiences. It was also agreed that collaboration and exchange of research materials related to joint academic and research projects will be initiated through a well-devised road-map.

On the occasion, the IIUI Rector apprised of the university’s vision, its academic activities and details of the faculties. He said IIUI is keen to be relevant to the needs of society and service of humanity through knowledge and education is its top priority. The Rector Islamic University in Uganda hailed that IIUI is managing a huge separate campus for more than 15 thousand students. He also appreciated that a large number of faculties and departments have been providing quality education to the national and foreign students.


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