Directorate of Research & Quality Assurance

Word from the Director, Quality Assurance and Research

LivingStone International University exists to “Transform Africa through quality, Christ-Centered higher education”. Our goal is to provide quality education that suits international standards and addresses current development challenges facing Africa. The Directorate of Quality Assurance and Research is charged with the responsibility of promoting quality standards in the performance of all university activities through monitoring and evaluating adherence to policies and procedures, preparation of long-term and annual improvement plans and providing feedback to the different departments in the university about performance standards. We also oversee and promote the quality of Research in the University.

Our vision is “To become a leading University in providing wholistic solutions to the development problems facing Africa” while our Mission is “To Promote excellence in academic service delivery through quality teaching and research and community outreach using a Christ-centered approach”.

We are working towards promoting competitiveness of our University through providing quality education in order to produce quality graduates that are holistically developed to transform the communities and societies around them. We do this through providing a favorable learning environment, promoting quality teaching and research; and with emphasis on improvement, student centeredness, innovation and use of modern technology. 

Activities of Quality Assurance at LIU

With our philosophy of systemic growth, Christ-centeredness, teamwork and collegiality and independence of Quality Assurance mechanisms, we are working towards ensuring quality education standards. We work with all departments and sections of the University to ensure integrated growth and development. Our main tasks include but are not limited to the following:   

  • Promotion of quality curriculum development and implementation
  • Championing the development and review of institutional policies
  • Promotion of access to timely information by students and other stakeholders
  • Promotion of quality research activities in the University
  • Promotion of partnership and networking with employer institutions and universities
  • Promotion of inclusive education
  • Sharing good practices in quality assurance with other relevant stakeholders
  • Spearheading monitoring, evaluation and review of university policies and procedures.

Uniqueness of LIU.                    

  • We operate in a multi-cultural environment. Our staff and students represent different ethnicities within and outside Africa. Our interactions enable us to appreciate each other’s uniqueness and to learn from diversity. 
  • LivingStone is a personal University. We value individuals. Because of this, each student is handled in a unique way. We provide special time to individual students through our mentorship programmes, provision of guidance and counselling and through spiritual support.
  • Our curriculum emphasize providing students with “hands-on” and practical skills. Curriculum development is done with consideration of societal needs.
  • We emphasize innovation, research and use of modern technology. Our aim is to contribute towards community transformation and produce graduates that are relevant to the labor market.
  • We have favourable learning environment: professional teaching staff team, adequate computers and library facilities, internet and other relevant facilitates that facilitate quality education. Hence, our students gain value for the money and other resources invested while on Campus.

LivingStone welcomes the national and international fraternity to benefit from its services.  You are welcome to be part LivingStone International University.

Mrs. Mary Bekoreire B. Wasike
Email: mary.wasike@livingstone.ac.ug

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As you come to him, the living Stone—rejected by humans but chosen by God and precious to him— you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.  1 Peter 2:4-5