Christian Bilingual University of Congo


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Christian Bilingual University of Congo

Université Chrétienne Bilingue du Congo (UCBC)

Love, Work, Faithfulness


David Kasali

Honore Bunduki

Academic staff

David Kasali, Kaswera Kasali, Honoré Bunduki Kwany, Innocent Bora Uzima, Noé Kasali, Mashauri Malonga

Administrative staff

David Kasali, Honoré Bunduki Kwany, Daniel Masumbuko Kasereka, Bethany Erickson, Justin Hubbard, Chelsie Frank, Osée Mbusa Mbailwako, Meredith Knuckles, Grant Haun, Kaza Bendela, Charles Tsongo


Beni, Democratic Republic of Congo


Congo Initiative


UCBC (French: Université Chretienne Bilingue du Congo, English: Christian Bilingual University of Congo) is a Christian bilingual university in development in the town of Beni, Democratic Republic of the Congo.


1 Organization
2 Description of Educational Activities

2.1 Preparatory Year
2.2 Faculty Departments

3 References
4 External links

The development of UCBC is supported the Congo Initiative (CI-UCBC), a Christian charity in Wisconsin.[1]
Description of Educational Activities[edit]
Preparatory Year[edit]
CI/UCBC aligns Preparatory year with its academic program. The curriculum focuses on teaching English as means of communication and medium of instruction; computer skills are taught to bring students into the modern world of computer literacy for research and communication; general courses, work methodology and CI-UCBC philosophy and values are also taught to prepare students for studies at UCBC.
Faculty Departments[edit]

Future Building Plans

Faculty of Economic Sciences: