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The University of the Gambia (UTG) is an institution of higher education located in SerreKunda, the largest city in the Gambia. It is the only university in the West African country of the Gambia.

The campus was founded in 1998 in Kotu-Kanifing, a suburb of SerreKunda. It was not until March 1999 that the UTG started to offer courses, following a law passed by the National Assembly of the Gambia. In 1999, 300 students are reported to have been enrolled. As of 2002, the number of academic staff increased to 44. In 2006, nearly 2000 students were enrolled.

On October 11, 2012, the university has started two Master’s degree programs in public health in collaboration with the University of Illinois Springfield and the University of Iowa.

The Gambia government strived to work hard to create a new campus at Faraba Banta hoping to complete soon.

Ce que nous proposons

The UTG is compose of several schools (or faculties)

  • School of Agriculture and Environment Sciences
  • School of Arts and Sciences
  • School of Business and Public Administration
  • School of Education
  • School of Law
  • School of Engineering and Architecture
  • School of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences
  • School of Information Technology and Communications
  • School of Graduate Studies and Research

Pourquoi nous

The University of The Gambia will seek to attain its Vision and Mission by :

  • Promoting equitable and sustainable socio-economic development of communities through relevant,
  • High-quality gender-sensitive teaching, research and outreach programmes
  • Providing higher education to all persons, suitably qualified and capable of benefiting from it.
  • Positioning itself as a national asset committed to the promotion of life-long learning.
  • Developing its information and communication technologies, infrastructure as a driving force for the education of more people more rapidly and for the improvement of efficiency and academic quality to attain the goals of poverty alleviation and national development

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