Uganda is the perfect country to combine travel and study for students of all ages.
Our world-class cities are sophisticated and cosmopolitan. Our climate is warm and sunny almost all year round which is why we are called the pearl of Africa. We have a multi-cultural society that is tolerant and accepting of all races and religions. And, best of all, we’re a really friendly bunch.
Traveling around, you can experience everything from the vast Outback to our World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef; from surfing beaches to lush rain-forests; from Sydney Barbour and the Opera House to historic pubs in quaint country towns.
But perhaps most importantly, our education system is truly world standard. Our universities are recognized internationally and our tertiary qualifications are accepted by employers and other institutions all over the world. So it’s no surprise that education is one of our biggest export industries with international students making up more than 20% of Ugandan university enrollments.
First day in Uganda
Discover the Gold shores of lake Victoria
King Ceasor University(formally SAIU) is located on the Gabba Road Uganda’s capital city, situated on the country’s beautiful shores of the graet lake Victoria. Within 10 minutes of our campus, you can be swimming and surfing at the beach … or browsing through one of our international shopping centres … or heading for a night out at Broadbeach or Surfers Paradise. You can visit our theme parks – Sea World, Movie World, Dreamworld, Wet ‘n’ Wild – World Heritage-listed rainforests, country villages, art galleries, wineries, world-class golf courses, the boating hub of the Broadwater and much, much more.
King Ceasor University Student Housing caters for both domestic and international students. You may be far from home but you will never feel alone, surrounded by fellow students who are also getting used to life away from their families. We offer a range of Housing options on campus which includes a dining plan. This makes it easy to live and study on the Gold Coast. We also have an exceptional network of Home-stay families. If you would prefer more independence, we have some suggested options for finding the perfect rental property close to campus.
Our on-campus accommodation rates include a dining plan, which is compulsory for all students living on campus. This flexible scheme allows you to use your Dining Card in any of the KC University food outlets at any time of the day that suits you. You can grab something light and easy when you are busy and something substantial when you have more time. You can even pick up essentials at the KCU Express convenience store. The only thing you can’t purchase with your dining credits is alcohol. Learn more below. in your country