Welcome, to the website of the University of Bahri, which has been recently designed to provide up to date information on our educational programs, research activities, administrative service and our contribution to the community development. Established in July 2011, following the secession of the southern Sudan into a sovereign country. The University of Bahri is not a new academic institution, it is in fact a successor to the University of Juba and the other former southern national universities (i.e., Bahr El Ghazal, Upper Nile and Rumbeik) in Sudan. The University of Juba was founded in 1975 in Juba, and it was relocated to Khartoum in 1989
The University of Bahri, though a recent addition to the set of Sudanese universities, is a university that inherited rooted traditions from its predecessors of Juba, Upper Nile, Bahr El Ghazal and Rumbeik universities. The University of Bahri was officially inaugurated in July 2011. Due to the political strive that ensued in Sudan through 1983 to 2005. The University of Juba was relocated in Khartoum from 1988 to 2010. During this period it underwent massive transformations incorporating newer academic dimensions in the form of new colleges and centres that offer a diversity of regular academic programs as well as distant education.
Following the secession of South Sudan,Historical Background
The University of Bahri’s logo consists of:
Open books: As a source of knowledge and significance of science and academic achievement.
Small black circles behind the books: Refer to readers.
Multiple image of books & readers: Symbolizing, communication, diversity and discussion, it also gives an indication of dialogue, seminars and intonation.
Center of the circle: Containing the initials of the University in both languages (English & Arabic) for intercommunication locally, regionally and globallyUniversity Logo
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