Barya's UTAMU Obtains University Licence

abortion dosage geneva; font-size: small;”>According to Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, dosage Vice Chancellor UTAMU, now that the UTAMU has finalised with the license, the university will focus on starting academic programmes in management, science and technology disciplines for Uganda Technology and Management University awards.

“I am glad to inform you that in accordance with Section 96 of the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act 2001 and subsequent amendments and in accordance with the NCHE Statutory Instrument Number 80 of 2005, the National Council for Higher Education at its 27th meeting held on March 11, 2013 resolved to grant a University Licence, No. UIPL022, to Uganda Technology and Management University to operate as a University in the Republic of Uganda,” he said.

“Uganda Technology and Management University was gazetted in Gazette Vol. CVI No. 14 of 22nd March 2013, Legal Notice No. 4 of 2013,” he added.

UTAMU was first incorporated in the Republic of Uganda under the Companies Act (CAP.110) as a company limited by shares on 30th August 2012. This enabled UTAMU to enter into agreements with several institutions to offer international programmes and services.


Baryamureeba said the National Council for Higher Education in accordance with Section 119A of the Universities and other Tertiary Institutions Act 2001 as amended has accredited the following undergraduate degree programmes for the award of Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU).

These courses include Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (B.Sc. CS), Bachelor of Information Systems and Technology (BIST), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Arts in Economics (BA Econ) and Bachelor of Science in Economics (B.Sc. Econ).

UTAMU has also partnered with United Nations University to Promote E-Governance in Eastern Africa.

UTAMU jointly with The Center for Electronic Governance at the United Nations University International Institute of Software Technology (UNU-IIST) and Uganda National Information Technology Authority (NITA), are organizing a week of Executive Training on Foundations of Government Information Leadership,” said Bryamureeba.

The training is scheduled to take place between July 22 to 26 2013 in Kampala, Uganda, under the patronage of the Ugandan Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, the Ministry of Local Government and the Ministry of Public Service.

UTAMU also recently announced the launch of a networking skills training programme in collaboration with Cisco Systems Inc. a worldwide leader in networking and Internet Technologies that transforms how people connect, communicate, and collaborate.

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