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P.O. Box 104, Kasese

Uganda Email: libertycollege2004@gmail.com www.lidefo.net

Reg. No MOESTS/BTVET/142  UBTEB, Centre No UBB 178, DIT UVQ 099

Tel: 0394817182/ 0200928288

Background Information

Liberty College of Management & Journalism started in 2004 as a Vocational and Professional Training Centre for the Youth and adults from underprivileged backgrounds to offer quality, but affordable education. The College is purely private day mixed fully registered by the Ministry of Education & Sports under MOESTS/BTVET/142 and has the UBTEB Centre Number for National Examinations UBB 178, for both certificate and diploma. It is managed by a Board of Directors with support from a team of qualified personnel, to handle management issues. 

Liberty College of Management & Journalism is also fully registered with Directorate of Industrial Training Reg. no. DIT 153/10/07 and a Centre for examinations number UVQF 099.

Currently, Liberty College stands to develop men and women with values, knowledge, and skills essential to impact the world positively. Through its programs, the college shall educate men and women who will make important contributions to their workplaces and communities, following their chosen vocations as callings to transform the world making it a better place for habitation.

“Strive to win; Together We can make a Difference”

Address

Liberty College of Management & Journalism

Plot 19 Maliseri Road

Mumbuzi cell

Nyakasanga Ward

Nyamwamba Division

Kasese Municipality 

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Mission Statement

To stir up the power of humanity improving livelihoods through training and education that empowers the life of individuals and enhances social and economic development 

Our goal
To unlock the potentials of our people, improving their lives through training and education; empowering them as individuals with vocational and professional skills that will help improve and strengthen participatory   development 
 

OUR OBJECTIVES  

  1. Emphasize excellence in teaching and learning, impressing the Business, Technical, Vocational Training strategy/approach.   

  2. Foster college-level competencies in communication, critical thinking, information literacy, and economics in all undergraduate programs. 

  3. Ensure competency in scholarship, research, and professional communication in all educational programs. 

  4. Promote the synthesis of academic knowledge and various worldviews in order that there might be a maturing of spiritual, intellectual, social and physical value-driven behaviour.

  5. Enable students to engage in a major field of study in career-focused disciplines built on a solid foundation in the Arts, Science & Technology.   

  6. Contribute to a knowledge and understanding of other cultures and international events

  7. Encourage a commitment to the Christian life, one of personal integrity, sensitivity to the needs of others, social responsibility and active communication of the Christian faith,