Addis Ababa University is an institution of higher education, based in Ethiopia. It was founded in 1950. The school operates seven campuses, six of which are based in Addis Ababa, but it also runs branches in a number of cities around the country. Addis Ababa University runs programs in various fields, which include Health Sciences, Law, Journalism and Communication, Social Work, Development Studies, Governance Studies, Ethiopian Studies, and others.
Arba Minch University is a research university based in Arba Minch, Ethiopia. The school is one of the respected institutions in the country, and it was officialy recognized as a university in 2004. Currently the school offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. It is organized into the following colleges: College of Agriculture, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, College of Natural Sciences, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, College of Business and Economics, and the Arba Minch Institute of Technology. The University has embarked on a journey of expansion, for which... See full description.
Mekelle University was established in 2000 through the merger of Mekelle Business College and Mekelle University College. Currently, it is an autonomous institution of higher education, located in the town of Mekelle in Tigray region of Northern Ethiopia. The university offers degrees through the following faculties: College of Dry Land and Agriculture; College of Business and Economics; College of Humanities and Languages; College of Natural and Computational sciences; College of Law and Governance; Institute of Pedagogical sciences; College of Veterinary Science; College of Health... See full description.