UTAMU has dedicated staff members who are responsible for keeping the university a well-organised and efficient institution


The University management shall be responsible for the day to day management of the University. The business from management shall be considered by the University Council and the University Senate through the respective committees.

Functions of University Management

  1. Advise the Vice Chancellor on the academic, administrative and financial affairs of the University;
  2. Initiate policy proposals for consideration by Senate and its committees and or council and its committees;
  3. Initiate and/ or generate business for both Senate and Council Committees;
  4. Keep the University organs updated on the affairs of the University;
  5. Submit quarterly reports on university affairs to the University Council; and
  6. Implement University Senate, University Council and Board of Directors Decisions.

Membership of University Management

  1. The Vice Chancellor as Chairperson;
  2. The Deputy Vice Chancellor (s);
  3. Deans of Schools; and
  4. Directors of Directorates
  5. The Executive Secretary in the Office of The Vice Chancellor shall serve as Secretary of University Management.

Boards of Schools

  1. The Dean of the School who shall be the Chairperson;
  2. Heads of Departments in the School;
  3. One Senate representative;
  4. A Representative of the Director ICT and Library services;
  5. All Academic Staff of the School; and
  6. Two student representatives: one graduate and the other undergraduate.
  7. A Representative of the Academic Registrar/ Director for Academic Affairs as the Secretary
Powers of School Boards
The Board of a School shall recommend for adoption by the Senate in relation to the School, proposals –
  1. regulating the attendance of students, the system of courses and lectures and the admission of students in the school;
  2. on the methodology and curricula to be followed taking into account the policy guidelines given by the University Council;
  3. regulating the procedure and dates of examinations; and
  4. relating to the promotion of teaching, research and writing of papers in the school.
Without loss of generality, the terms of reference for a school board shall include:
  1. Direct and regulate the instruction and teaching within a School and comply with the regulations of Uganda Technology and Management University in the examination of candidates for degrees and other awards;
  2. Conduct examinations for the conferment of degrees and award of diplomas, certificates and other awards of the school;
  3. Process and approve examinations results;
  4. Make recommendations for award of degrees, diplomas, certificates and any other awards;
  5. Make regulations governing the admission of persons to courses of study at the school that are preparatory for examinations for a degree, diploma, certificate or other award of Uganda Technology and Management University;
  6. Promote research and require reports from time to time on such research from principal investigators;
  7. Make recommendations to the University Senate on all regulations made subsequent to these regulations and on all rules and proposed changes in either regulations or rules of the school;
  8. Make recommendations to the Senate on the establishment, organization and functions of Departments, Centres, or any other units of the School;
  9. Establish committees of the School Board for the better functioning of the school; and
  10. Hold any additional powers as may be conferred by the University Council and Senate.
  • The Board shall meet at least once every month for the discharge of its functions and a meeting shall be held on the request of the Dean of the School at a time and place determined by the Dean.
  • A decision of the Board of a School on any matter shall be by a majority of the members present and voting and in the case of equality the person presiding shall have a second or casting vote.
  • The Board may, with the approval of the Senate, determine its own procedure.

Boards of Departments

  • Each School shall have Departments for the various courses of study covered by the school as the Board of Directors on the recommendation of the University Council may determine.
  • Each Department shall have a Board consisting of the following members:
    1. The Head of Department who shall be the Chairperson;
    2. All Academic Staff of the department; and
    3. Two student representatives: one graduate and the other undergraduate.
    4. A Representative of the Academic Registrar/ Director for Academic Affairs as the Secretary
  • The board of a department may, with the approval of the Board of the School determine its own procedure.
  • Each department shall, subject to the direction of the Senate and the school ⎯
    1. deal with its own academic and administrative matters;
    2. propose study plans and academic decisions to the Dean for approval; and
    3. assign its members to particular curricula courses, lectures, seminars and workshops.
Prof. Yusuf Sadiq
Prof. Yusuf SadiqVice Chancellor
Prof. JWF Muwanga-Zake. PhD
Prof. JWF Muwanga-Zake. PhDDeputy Vice Chancellor and Dean, SCE
Mersian Tulyahebwa
Mersian TulyahebwaAcademic Registrar
Mirembe Florence
Mirembe FlorenceAg. University Librarian
Dr. Martha Kibukamusoke
Dr. Martha KibukamusokeDean School of Business & Management
Assumpta Nabachwa Muweera
Assumpta Nabachwa MuweeraDirector Finance & Administration
Dr. J.M. Okwadi Tukei, Ph.D
Dr. J.M. Okwadi Tukei, Ph.DDean Graduate School
Ronah Arinanye Tugume
Ronah Arinanye TugumeAg. University Secretary


Name Qualification
Adeke Virginia B.Eng , MSc
Ahamya William BIT,MIS
Babirye Claire BSc, MSc
Baguma Rehema, Dr. BLIS, MSc, PhD
Beriisa Andrew BIT, MBA
Kabito Simon Peter BSc, MSc
Kiganda Isaah BSc, MBA
Kivumbi Timothy BSc, MSc
Komunte Mary  BA.Edu, PGD Sc, MIT
Lwevuze Joseph  
Mbabazi Isaac MSc, BSc
Mirembe, Drake Patrick BSc, MSc, PhD
Mukonyezi Isaac  BSc, MSc
Mutyaba Joseph  
Muwanga-Zake, JWF Prof. BSc, Bed, MSc, Med, PhD, PGCE, PGDE
Muzzah Zedekiah  MIT, BIT
Mwebaze Johnson, Dr. BSc, MSc, PhD
Nansukusa Yudaya BSc, Msc
Ngubiri John, Assoc .Prof BSc/Ed, PGDCS, MSc, PhD
Ninyesiga Allan  BSc, MSc
Okilla Nickson   BSc, PGDE,MSc
Sseguya Asad MSc, BSE
Ssekiwere Bruno  BSc, MSc
Ainebyoona Thomas EMBA (Oil and Gas Governance and Management), PGD (Oil Governance and Management), Bachelor of Commerce (BCOM)
Allex Tumuhimbise Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Management (MPAM), Post Graduate Diploma in Public Administration and Management (PGDPAM), Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Social Sciences, Diploma in Library and Information Science
Andrew Songa Masters in Business Administration (General Management) (MBA), Masters in Business Administration (Finance and Accounting)(MBA-F&A), Diploma in Operations management(DOM), Diploma in Teaching Skills for Educations(DTSE), Diploma in Business Studies(DBS)
Asiimwe Godfrey PhD student in management and Administration, Master of Business Administration (Finance Management)(MBA), Bachelor of Business Administration (HRM option) (BBA), Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science and Information Technology (PGDCIT), Bachelor of Social Sciences (Economics and Political Science)
Aupal Kokas Wilfred PhD Student in Management, Masters in Management Science (MMS), Masters in Business Administration (Finance and Accounting), Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management(PGD PPM), Bachelors of Commerce (B.Com accounting option), Uganda Diploma in Business Studies (UDBS)
Barbara Gwokyalya Master of Arts in Economic Policy Management, Bachelor of Arts in Economics
Benjamin Byarugaba PhD Student, Master of Business Administration,Bachelor of Microfinance and Community Economic Development,  Finance Officers Diploma, Accounting Technicians Certificate
Besweri Mubende PhD Student in Management and Administration, Masters in Management Studies, Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management, Postgraduate Diploma in Education, Bachelor of Arts in Arts
Bro Mark  Kizza PhD student in Development Studies, Masters in Arts degree in Education and Development, Bachelor of Education, Diploma in Health Service Management, Diploma in Modern Management and Administration, Diploma in Primary Education.
Byenkya Joshua Masters in Monitoring and Evaluation (MME), Postgraduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation (PGDME), Bachelor of International Business (BIB)
Charles Oleja Master of Business Administration (MBA), ACCA,
Chris Tinka  
Dr. Zziwa Getrude PhD Educational Management, Planning and Administration, Masters in Educational Management and Planning (MEMP), Bachelor of Education.
Dr. Martha Kibuuka Musoke PhD in Sociology, Masters of Arts in Development studies, Bachelor of Arts in Tourism, Diploma in Hotel Management
Dr. Monicah Rullonga Kanyesigye PhD in Public Administration and Management, MSc. Human Resource Management, Bachelor of Social Sciences
Dr. Okoche Michael PhD in Leadership, University of South African Africa, Masters in International Management, University of Liverpool, Masters in Management Studies, Uganda management Institute, PGD in Public Administration and Management, Uganda Management Institute, Administrative Officers Law Course, Law Development Center, Kampala, Bachelor of Science in  Economics
Dr. Okwadi Joseph Micheal Tukei Ph.D. in Management, Masters in Monitoring and Evaluation, Post Graduate Diploma in Monitoring & Evaluation, Masters in Management Studies-Project Planning Management option, Post Graduate / Basic Diploma in Dental Lab - Technology, , Certificate in Geo-Spatial information Systems (GIS), Masters in Public Administration – HRM option, Post Graduate Diploma – Project Planning management, Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration – HRM option.
Edgar Tusingwire Master of  Oil and Natural gas Engineering, MBA- Finance , B Eng. Automotive and power Engineering, Ordinary Diploma Mechanical Engineering
Ernest Katwesigye Masters in Business Administration (General Management), Diploma in Legal Practice (Post-Graduate bar Course, Bachelor of Laws
Eugene S. Miheso Bsc. IT, Postgraduate Diploma in project Planning and Management, Executive Masters in Business Administration (Project Planning and Management), Msc. Information Systems, PhD student in Management
Faith Ahabyoona BBA (A & F), MBA, PhD in Management (Internally defended Thesis)
Faith Charlotte Kyomuhendo Masters in Business Information System Management
Fredrick Mwesigye Advanced Diploma in Procurement & Supply (CIPS Level 5), Masters in Business Administration (Marketing Management)(MBA), Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management(PGDMM), Postgraduate Diploma in Management(PGDM), Bachelor of Procurement & Logistics Management (BPLM)
Gloria Amagaragariho Master of Business Administration (Financial Management) (MBA), Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance and Accounting) (BBA)
Gloria Mutuwa Executive Masters in Business Administration (Oil and Gas Management), Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Bachelors of Law
Gwamba Gerald Master of Science in Management and Information Systems (MSC.MIS), Audiovisual learning materials, management, Development & Production, Oil & Gas Safety and health Professional, PGD in e-Teaching, Advanced Diploma Oil & Gas operations, Diploma in Petroleum Engineering, Bachelor of Science (Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science).
Ibrahim Kasozi Masters in Public Administration and Management, Postgraduate Diploma in Public Procurement, Bachelors of Procurement and Supply Chain Management, CIPS level 4 & 5, International Certificate in Logistics and Transport (ICLT)
Jennifer Ayebazibwe Masters in Monitoring and Evaluation (MME) ongoing, Postgraduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation (PGDM&E), Bachelor of Economics and Statistics (BES)
John Bosco Kavuma PMP Master of Business Administration -International Business (MBA-IB), Post Graduate Diploma in ICT Policy and Regulations, Master of Arts Economic Policy Management, Bachelor of Science (Economics)
Katushabe Jennifer Mugisha Master of Science in Supply Chain Management, Bachelor, Procurement and Logistics Management, Certificate of New Public Procurement and Disposal Framework
Lubega Patrick Executive Masters in Business Administration (Project Planning and Management), Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management, NEBOSH International Certifcate in Oil and Gas operational safety, Bachelor of Environment Management
Mersian Tulyahebwa MBA in Corporate Strategy and Economic Policy, BA. Ed, Diploma in Secondary Education – Business.
Mugisa Maureen Masters in Business Administration(MBA), Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management(PGDHRM), Bachelor of Industrial and Organisational Psychology (BIOD)
Peter Rwabutomize Masters in Business Administration (International Business), Postgraduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation, Bachelor of Statistics
Prever Mukasa Masters of Media Studies & Journalism, Bachelor’s of Arts in Mass Communication (Hons), Diploma in Biblical Studies
Prof Neema-Abooki Doctor of Philosophy  (PhD. Ed. Mgt), Masters in Educational Management(MSc. Ed. Mgt), Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) , Bachelor of Arts in Theology, Diploma in Theology and Pastoral Studies, Diploma in Philosophy and Religious Studies.
Robert Frank Kyagaba PhD Student in Human Resources Management, Masters in Management Studies (HRM&D), Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM), Bachelor of Education (English Language and Literature in English), Diploma in Education (Dip. Educ)
Ronah Arinanye PhD Student in Educational Planning and Management (EPM), Executive Masters in Business Administration (EMBA-HRM&D Option), Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management and Development (PGDHRM&D), Bachelor of Management Science (BMS), Diploma in Business Administration (DBA)
Saidat Nampijja Masters in Project Management, Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management, Bachelors of Industrial and Fine Art
Sheeba Asiimwe PhD student in Management, Masters in Business Administration (Management option) (MBA), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

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