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  2. Bishop Stuart University - Wikipedia

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    BSU is named after Cyril Stuart who was the Anglican Bishop of Uganda in the middle of the 20th Century. [5] BSU started operations in 2003 at the campus of then Kakoba National Teacher's College (KNTC) in the western Ugandan city of Mbarara. [6] KNTC ceased operations at the end of 2005, and in 2006, BSU took over the premises and grounds ...

  3. Bulacan State University - Wikipedia

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    Bulacan State University (BulSU or BSU; Filipino: Pamantasang Pampamahalaan ng Bulacan) is a public university in Bulacan province, Philippines. Its main campus is in Malolos . BulSU or BSU originated as a secondary school in 1904 ran by the Americans, and has now progressed into one of the biggest educational institutions in Region III.

  4. Bridgewater State University - Wikipedia

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    Bridgewater State University is a public university with its main campus in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. It is the largest of nine state universities in Massachusetts. Including its off-campus sites in New Bedford, Attleboro, and Cape Cod, BSU has the fourth-largest campus of the 29 institutions in the Massachusetts Public Higher Education System.

  5. Boise State University - Wikipedia

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    Boise State University ( BSU) is a public research university in Boise, Idaho. Founded in 1932 by the Episcopal Church, it became an independent junior college in 1934 and has been awarding baccalaureate and master's degrees since 1965. [6] It became a public institution in 1969.

  6. Batangas State University - Wikipedia

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    Established in 1903 as a training school, Batangas State University is the oldest higher education institution in the region. [9] It was granted a state college status in 1968, renamed Pablo Borbon Memorial Institute of Technology, and was finally elevated into a state university in 2001. [2] [1] At present, the university has eleven campuses ...

  7. Benue State University - Wikipedia

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    Benue State University is a state-owned university in Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria. In 2006, student enrollment was over 19,000 served by 7 faculties and 23 departments. The university offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs with a catalogue of over 58 graduate programs across 9 colleges/faculties. [1]

  8. Belarusian State University - Wikipedia

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    In the same year, Michaił Paškievič, a member of the United Civic Party and leader of the party's youth wing, was expelled from the BSU History Faculty for political activity. [13] In 2009, the BSU Law Faculty expelled the student Tatsiana Shaputska , a member of the Malady Front , after her participation in the Civil Society Forum of the ...

  9. Bukidnon State University - Wikipedia

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    Bukidnon State University. Educate. Innovate. Lead. /  8.1568°N 125.1236°E  / 8.1568; 125.1236. Bukidnon State University, abbreviated as BSU and colloquially referred to as BukSU, is a provincial state university in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines. Formerly named Bukidnon State College, it became a university in 2007.