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The campus construction of Joseph Education University which is the first Catholic private university in Myanmar was satisfactorily completed on 15 August 2021 after taking (3) years, started in 2019. The campus was dedicated to God with the blessing of Rev. Fr. Eddie Win Phe, the parish priest of St. Lazarus Catholic Church, Mingaladon township of Yangon.

 

The campus was dedicated to God on 15 August 2021 with the blessing of Rev. Fr. Eddie Win Phe, the parish priest of St. Lazarus Catholic Church, Mingaladon township of Yangon

 

The campus construction of Joseph Education University which is the first Catholic private university in Myanmar was satisfactorily completed on 15 August 2021 after taking (3) years, started in 2019. The campus was dedicated to God with the blessing of Rev. Fr. Eddie Win Phe, the parish priest of St. Lazarus Catholic Church, Mingaladon township of Yangon.

 

Joseph Education University Campus, Yangon, Myanmar (Taken photo on 10 August 2021.)

 

Joseph Education University Campus, Yangon, Myanmar, (Taken photo on 10 August 2021).

 

The university was founded by Joseph Win Hlaing Oo @ Kung Za Hmung, who is a Catholic layman, in 2015, with the capital of US$ 1000 by hiring an apartment in Yangon. He started his university academic program by offering its certificate program on Canon Law in 2015. After receiving request of expanding more undergraduate programs by former students, it has begun diploma program on Catholic Theological Studies with correspondent learning system (using postal services) in Myanmar.

 

Joseph Win Hlaing Oo @ Kung Za Hmung, the founder of Joseph Education University in Yangon

 

At the beginning in 2015, the university provided Diploma Degree Program on Catholic theological studies of (18) months course for Catholic laypeople and for other religions by correspondent learning system. JEU is the only and first institute which has ever never offered a diploma and bachelor degree on Catholic Theological Studies to Laypeople in Myanmar by a layman (Joseph Win Hlaing Oo) under distant education system.

 

While the name JEU has been becoming more and more reputable within the context of theological education established in Yangon, most of the success in finding students comes from word-of-mouth and advertisement from monthly journal recommendations of the old students. During the last (5) years, the graduated students numbered (582) students. Out of them, (2%) of our graduated students were Protestants and Buddhists.

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House No. (739-741), Quarter No. (123), Bagan Road (3), East Dagon 11451,

Yangon, Myanmar.

 

Phone: 09427414251, 095040477,
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