St Paul's University

Project Overview

St Paul's University offers courses from certificate level to Masters in subjects such as Christian Theology, Business Studies and the Christian response to HIV/Aids. St Paul's is situated in the outskirts of Limuru about 25 miles north west of Nairobi.

Project Facts
Location Limuru, Kenya (25 miles North West of Nairobi)
Project Theme Indigenous Training College
Vice Chancellor Professor Joseph Galgalo
Number of Staff 70
Number of Students Approx 1000
Number of Women 40%
Number of Men 60%
Age Range 18 to 50
Facilities Lecture theatres, dining hall, library, IT room, chapel, clinic, intenet access, mains water, mains electricity, good access to Nairobi, close to local shops.
 Project Website  www.stpaulslimuru.ac.ke
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St Paul's United Theological College was established in 1903 in Mombasa by the Church Missionary Society. The name was changed to St Paul's in 1955 when Anglican Church of Kenya, the Presbyterian Church of East Africa and the Methodist Church of Kenya formed a partnership to develop Church ministerial training.

In 1973 the Reformed Church of East Africa joined the partnership and in 1994 the National Council of Churches of Kenya also joined. St Pauls became a chartered Private Christian University in September 2007.

The University first started to offer degree courses in 1985 and since then it has grown to now offer courses from certificate level to Masters in subjects such as Christian Theology, Business Studies and the Christian response to HIV/Aids. It also offers other courses including BA in communication, BSc. in IT and MA in Development Studies. See their website for a full list.

Hand in Hand has funded the construction of a community clinic on the campus and has assisted St Pauls with other small construction Projects.

 

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