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African Rural University Career opportunities

African Rural University (ARU) is an all women University licenced by National Council for Higher Education in 2011 Licence No. UI PL  017. ARU   is the first specialized university offering a Bachelor of Science in Technologies for Rural Transformation. Read More


Call for applications for 2015/2016 intake

The Academic Registrar African Rural University invites Female Applicants for September 2015/2016 in-take for a Bachelors Degree of Science in Technologies for Rural Transformation (BSc. TRT) or a Certificate course in  Rural  Entrepreneurship and Business Management (CREB). Read More


The 7th ARU Annual Reflection

It is now a culture of ARU to undertake annual reflections in the month of August to enable team learning, shared vision and unlearning in order to learn. This time round, building on the 6th annual reflection discourse, the University stakeholders shall focus on the theme strengthening our gains
and creating new inroads, 2015-19. Read More


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ARU Digital Research Enhanced-TEEAL Access 

TEEAL, or The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library, is a full-text and searchable database of articles from more than 325 high-quality research journals in agriculture and the related sciences. It is a searchable, offline, digital library which contains mainly agriculturally focused reference journals updated annually and delivered by the TEEAL Project Office at Cornell University’s Mann Library. Read More


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 ARU and URDT Participate in the 5th CSO Fair

African Rural University (ARU) and the Uganda Rural Development and Training Progra (URDT ) participated in the Civil Society Organizations (CSO) fair  that took place on June 25-26, 2015 at Hotel Africana. The theme of the Fair was ‘Leaving No One Behind: Uganda’s Place in the Next Global Development Agenda.’ Ms. Joy Samantha Bongyereire, a lecturer at African Rural University (ARU) and Ms. Namboze Flavia, a graduate of ARU and an Epicenter Manager URDT. Read More


Prof.David Baguma of African Rural University recognized for journal peer reviews

Peer review is the cornerstone of science, and Elsevier is dedicated to supporting and recognizing Reviewers of their journals. Prof. David Baguma of African Rural University (ARU), Uganda is one the reviewers of Elsevier Publishers. Prof. Baguma has contributed to review and publication processes of more than 100 papers for many high impact journal articles. Elsevier V. B established MY Elsevier Reviews Profile aimed to create a standard way of recording and acknowledging reviewer’s efforts. During 2014, Prof. Baguma reviewed for Elsevier Journals, such as Food Research International and Agricultural Water Management. Read More