St. Paul’s University has long been recognised as a centre of excellence. Recently the
programme for clinical medicine was approved by the Clinical officers’ council and work on
expansion of facilities has begun in earnest. The anatomy laboratory, currently under
construction is one of them and will provide lecturers and students with state-of- the-art
laboratory and office space for practical work.
Its design responds to emerging trends for research, and provides flexible workspaces in which research teams can practice with ease. Completion of the first phase is expected by end of September 2017.
Over the years St. Paul’s University has pioneered new approaches to education. The clinical
medicine courses represent the first wave of change and an exciting new research environment in
which the highest standards of health care will be realized. The introduction of the programmes
is true to our mission to develop servant leaders by imparting knowledge, skills and values
through creative methods of education, research and spiritual formation. As a Christian
University, we are following in the footsteps of our founders and missionaries who came to
evangelize, educate and provide healthcare.