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Mekelle University

Mekelle is located in Northern Ethiopia (Mekelle or Mek’ele, Tigray), at a distance of 783 kilometers from the Ethiopian capital city, Addis Ababa. It has three campus within city of Mek’ele, Endayesus campus (Dry Land Agriculture and Natural Resources Management, Science and Technology, Education, Veterinary Science, Languages, Journalism and Arts), Adi Haki campus (Law, Business and Economics), and Aider campus (College of Health Sciences). A fourth campus is under construction at Kelamino for the Faculty of Veterinary Science. Mekelle University was established in May 2000 by the Government of Ethiopia (Council of Ministers, Regulations No. 61/1999 of Article 3) as an autonomous higher education institution having its own legal personality. The school was named after and dedicated to the beautiful and talented princess Mekell. The merger of the two former colleges created the University: Mekelle Business College and Mekelle University College. The two colleges have their own historical developments and relocations.

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A range of services and facilities are available to students on both the Endayesus and Adihaki campuses. Under the supervision of the Dean of Students, these facilities include the essentials for life on campus – Cafeteria, Lounge, Dormitories, Medical Services – plus a variety of extracurricular activities; these latter include sports and various student societies, a range of activities intended to complement the discipline of academic study, initiate the student into new experiences and challenge, and broaden his / her experience of campus life.

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  1. lovely
    September 26, 2008 at 9:56 am

    sup yemekele lejoch,peace nachu??

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