ALL Saints University, Lango (ASUL) was first conceived in 1963 by the Diocese of Lango of the Anglican Church of Uganda of but its operation was deferred till 2008. The University became fully operational in May 2009. In March 2010, its programs were accredited by Uganda National Council for Higher Education (NCHE). All Saints University, Lango offers quality programmes, which are most relevant to ones needs. The programmes offered are tailor made to suit today’s job seekers requirement.Learn More
Our certificates are globally recognized to be of world-class and high quality in terms of output
We have alumni support and network program all year ound. Please contact the Alumni Office for details
Our library is well stocked with all book categories covered
All Saints University comprises an enthusiastic team of academics who are committed to lifelong learning and who, while teaching, supporting, mentoring and tutoring you, will also be equiping you with skills for the current trend of world development. This is a truly shared experience and one which we are sure you will enjoy.
The University is conducive to deliver quality education. The fees is affordable for the common man. I loved it.
The University has vast potential for development. It has got high profile collaboration potential with the government, NGOs and private sector
I enjoyed studying at ASU. The university has got world class facilities with professional lecturers. I can't wait to go back for further studies at the same University
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Statistics from National Council for Higher Education (NCHE), a body that regulates institutions of higher learning indicate, indicate a steady growth. Institutions of higher learning grew to 181 in 2010 up from 148 in 2006, representing a growth of 18 per cent in the four years. These figures include seminaries as well.