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We don’t just give students an education and experience that sets them up for success in a career. We help them succeed in their career—then discover a field they’re passionate about and dare to lead it.

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About Our University

The University of Juba (UoJ) is a comprehensive premier South Sudan University that was established in 1975. The University admitted it’s first students in 1977, and currently boasts about 40,000 students spread across 23 Schools, 3 Colleges, 4 Institutes, and 7 specialized centres of which over 5,000 students are studying at postgraduate level. We are based in the downtown of Juba, the beautiful and cosmopolitan capital of South Sudan.

The University of Juba (UoJ) was founded in 1975 with the goal of training civil servants for autonomous government of Southern Sudan. 

Historical Snapshot

The University of Juba is a comprehensive premier South Sudan’s University. Established in 1975 and admitted first students in 1977. 

Our Vision And Mission

Our Vision is to become a dynamic regional and world-class centre of excellence in teaching, research, innovation, and service to community by 2030. 

Our Core Values

  • Encouragement of free and independent thought;
  • Celebration of scholarship, excellence, creativity…

Our Strategic goals

To be a leading educational centre of excellence that is committed to national economic empowerment and social transformation..

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The University of Juba is a leading educational centre of excellence that is committed to national economic empowerment and social transformation through provision of quality education.


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Prof. Robert M.K. Deng (PhD) CChem MRSC MRACI in brief. Is a Chartered Chemist from the UK with a stellar track record of a long academic career. In the lead-up to his current appointment as the Vice-Chancellor, of the University of Juba; he has served as a DVC, Dean of Students, Dean of College, and a Lecturer. Over the years, he has taught at Kenyatta University, University of Nairobi, University of Botswana, Flinders University, Durham University as a Visiting Research Fellow, Chemistry Department, Dr. John Garang Memorial University of Science & Technology. And of course, the famous University of Juba. Additionally, he has been MSc.Thesis External Examiner at the University of Namibia Windhoek, University of Khartoum, and Makerere University, all in the Department of Chemistry. In sum, his long and detailed academic and administrative credentials will follow in the next few days.

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Undergraduate Studies

We offer a good number of courses in the various fields of your interest. Come and be part of us.Read More

Graduate & PhD Studies

University of Juba is aiming to strengthen the society in nation building and empowering the young generation with relevant skills needed.Read More

Scholarships & Financial AID

Through its vast connections to other higher learning institutions and beyond, University of Juba helps local student to gain scholarships in abroad and neighboring East African Countries.Read More

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Current Students
40,000 Students
23 offering UG, PG,Diploma
Kuajok & Graduate Colleges
Master Programs
Offered in Schools and Centers
Six Major books Libraries
Distance Education
We have about 5000 Students