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UNIVERSITY OF LIBERIA

P.O Box 9020 Montserrado Liberia, Capitol Hill Monrovia
Contact Phones : +231,+231 6422304
The University of Liberia (UL) is a publicly funded institution of higher learning located in Monrovia, Liberia. Authorized by the national government in 1851, the school opened in 1863 as Liberia College and became a university in 1951. The school is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in West Africa and is accredited by the Liberian Commission on Higher Education. Civil wars have disrupted and damaged the school over the last three decades. The University of Liberia has six colleges, three professional schools (including a law school and medical school), and three graduate programs with a total of approximately 18,000 students at its three campuses in and around the country's capital city. UL also has five institutes for study in areas such as the Chinese language and population research. The law school is the only one in Liberia. Graduates have gone on to leadership roles in Liberian politics including former President Arthur Barclay.

African Bible College University

ABC University YEKEPA, LIBERIA S.E. AFRICA, ABC University YEKEPA, LIBERIA S.E. AFRICA
Contact Phones : (231) 06-605076 or 06-796245,(231) 06-605076 or 06-796245
The vision for Christian colleges in Africa began in the hearts of Dr. and Mrs. John W. Chinchen. After spending seven years training pastors in the interior of Liberia, the Chinchens realized the great need for a Bible College that would meet the educational and spiritual needs of the multitude of high school graduates emerging from an awakened Africa. In 1976, the vision became a reality when the Chinchens established Liberia’s first four-year Bible College. The college was designed to hold the highest international university standards and meet the qualifications to offer a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies. As the graduates in West Africa proved the value of quality Christian education “dedicated Christian leaders who could truly have a transforming impact on the continent “it became imperative that this same ministry be made available to other parts of Africa. Thus, in 1988, African Bible Colleges established a second institution 4,000 miles away in the East African c

African Methodist Episcopal University

AME University - 34 Camp Johnson Road - Monrovia, Liberia, AME University - 34 Camp Johnson Road - Monrovia, Liberia
Contact Phones : +231 886 519 839.,+231 886 519 839.
Web Address :www.ame.edu.lr/
The African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) is a private institution of higher learning located in Monrovia in the West African nation of Liberia. Located on Camp Johnson Road, the school is the second largest college in Liberia with nearly 3,500 students.[1] The school was established in 1995 by the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and chartered by the Liberian Legislature in 1996. History AMEU was organized in 1995 by Bishop Cornal Garnett Henning, Sr. and leaders of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, during his administration as presiding prelate. Bryant Theological Seminary was the first component school of the university.[2] Bryant Theological Seminary had been started in 1992 by David R. Daniels, Jr., now a bishop in the church.[2] The university was then chartered in February 1996.[2] In 2003, Louise C. York served as president of the university, and accounting was the most popular major at the Christian school.[3] During the Second Liberian Civil War in 200

African Methodist Episcopal Zion University

AME Zion University Benson Street Monrovia, Liberia, AME Zion University Benson Street Monrovia, Liberia
Contact Phones : 011-231-261-071, 011-231-261-071
The A.M.E. Zion University commenced in 1983 with the founding of the A.M.E. Zion School of Business, attached to the A.M.E. Zion Academy. In 1987, the A.M.E. Zion Community College was established, offering Associate Degree in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Administration, Liberal Arts, Computer Science and Business as well as Diploma in Trauma Counseling. In 1996, by an Act of the National Legislature, the A.M.E. Zion University was established with Reverend Frederick Umoja, serving as its first President. In January 1999, the Rev. Dr. Frank K. M. Zormelo was inducted as the second president of the University. In August 2001, a year and a half later, the Reverend Dr. Mulbah B. Gray, Sr. was appointed the third president. He is the first native Liberian to become president of the A.M.E. Zion University. Prior to his appointment, he served as Vice President for Administration. The University, which is operated by the A.M.E. Zion Church, presently has six (6) Colleges;

AME ZION UNIVERSITY

P.O. Box 1960 , AME Zion University Benson Street Monrovia, Liberia
Contact Phones : +231,+231
A Brief History of AMEZU The A.M.E. Zion University commenced in 1983 with the founding of the A.M.E. Zion School of Business, attached to the A.M.E. Zion Academy. In 1987, the A.M.E. Zion Community College was established, offering Associate Degree in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Administration, Liberal Arts, Computer Science and Business as well as Diploma in Trauma Counseling. In 1996, by an Act of the National Legislature, the A.M.E. Zion University was established with Reverend Frederick Umoja, serving as its first President. In January 1999, the Rev. Dr. Frank K. M. Zormelo was inducted as the second president of the University. In August 2001, a year and a half later, the Reverend Dr. Mulbah B. Gray, Sr. was appointed the third president. He is the first native Liberian to become president of the A.M.E. Zion University. Prior to his appointment, he served as Vice President for Administration. The University, which is operated by the A.M.E. Zion Church,

CUTTINGTON UNIVERSITY

P.O. Box 10-0277 , Cuttington University Suakoko, Bong County
Contact Phones : +231,+231 227 413
Old Cuttington: In 1889, the Episcopal Church in Cape Palmas founded Cuttington Collegiate and Divinity School on the Southern-most tip of Liberia. The School was named for Mr. Robert Fulton Cutting, treasurer of the Board of Missions of the Episcopal Church in the United States, who in 1885 had donated to Bishop Samuel D. Ferguson, then Bishop of Liberia, US$ 5,000.00 to purchase a land on which to build a school. The primary purpose of the money was for the establishment of a manual labor farm, which should afford opportunities for practical instruction of boys in the mission schools and at the same time serve as a pattern for others. On February 22, 1889, Bishop Ferguson laid the corner stone of the first building and named it Epiphany Hall. At the time, Cuttington admitted only men. The students came from all parts of Liberia and also from other West African countries. The enrollment was limited to about 100 and standards of admission and achievement were high. The curriculum

Stella Maris Polytechnic

P. O. Box 2751 St. Joseph Campus, Capitol Hill Monrovia, Liberia, P. O. Box 2751 St. Joseph Campus, Capitol Hill Monrovia, Liberia
Contact Phones : 0886516713/0886512367/0886521104,0886516713/0886512367/0886521104
Stella Maris Polytechnic (SMP) is a post-secondary, private institution of higher learning in Monrovia in the West African nation of Liberia. Founded in 1988, the school is owned and operated by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Monrovia. Located on Capitol Hill, the school has approximately 2,000 students. The school is recognized by Liberia's National Commission on Higher Education as an approved baccalaureate granting school of higher learning,[1] and is a member of the Association of African Universities.[2] History The school traces its history back to the Arthur Barclay Vocational Institute that had its roots in a donation of land to the church in 1972.[3] Eventually the planned school was renamed as the Arthur Barclay Technical Institute and first held classes in February 1979.[3] Catholic leaders then considered starting a Catholic college beginning in 1985, which eventually led to the establishment of Don Bosco Polytechnic.[3] That school included Arthur Barclay Technical

United Methodist University

508C-17, Centennial Area Monrovia 1000 Monstserrado County Liberia, 508C-17, Centennial Area Monrovia 1000 Monstserrado County Liberia
Contact Phones : +231 224-911 /231-227-433,+231 224-911 / 231-227-433
Web Address :www.umu.edu.lr/
he United Methodist University (UMU) is a private institution of higher learning located in Monrovia in the West African nation of Liberia. Established in 1998 and opened in 2000, the school had 3,118 students as of 2009.[1] UMU is certified by the Liberian government's National Commission on Higher Education to grant both bachelor and master degrees The United Methodist University in Liberia began to explore starting a university in the 1970s which led to adding a junior college business program at the College of West Africa in 1980.[3] The church then studied expanding the school into a full university with an exploratory committee formed in 1986.[3] The church planned to move forward in 1990, but the First Liberian Civil War delayed the creation of the school, which the goal was re-affirmed in 1997.[3] On 9 October 1998, the Liberian Legislature chartered United Methodist University, with the school then opening in January 2000 under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Emmanuel F. Bailey.[3

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