Catholic University of Eastern Africa, The (CUEA)
Université Catholique de l'Afrique de l'Est
1984-09-03 Nairobi Kenya
Founded 3 Sep 1984, Nairobi (Kenya), as Catholic Higher Institute of Eastern Africa (CHIEA), by D-XD4339 - Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA). Formally opened, 18 Aug 1985, by Pope John-Paul II. Present name adopted 3 Nov 1992, when the Institute obtained accreditation/Charter from the Government of Kenya.
Promote excellence in research, teaching and community service by preparing morally upright leaders based on the intellectual tradition of the Catholic Church.
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Rector/Vice-Chancellor; Vice Rector/Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic Affair; Vice Rector/Deputy Vice-Chancellor Administration; Vice Rector/Deputy Vice-Chancellor Finance; Coordinator of Academic Linkages; Registrar.
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