Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU)
Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU) nurtures students and help them become what they want to be after their studies.
UTAMU was established with a purpose of making a difference in the training of technology and management students within the region. With its vision of being a global educational institution for management, science, technology and innovation;
It is committed to achieving it through an enriched learning experience that blends a variety of teaching and learning methods. It is very satisfying to the founders of UTAMU to have established a University that has great focus on the quality of teaching and research, engagement and innovation.
UTAMU Programmes are housed in two Schools: The School of Computing and Engineering has been carefully developed and equipped with the most experienced human resource that can be found in the region. This School is meant to nurture innovative minds in Computing and Engineering disciplines for tomorrow.
The School of Business and Management has been established to produce entrepreneurs with best practice skills in business. Students in this school will undertake a big part of their studies through experiential learning to equip them with all the necessary skills and values of the work place.
To be a global educational institution for management, science, technology and innovation.
To provide global quality Education, Research and Innovation critical to economic and human development.
UTAMU is mindful of its strategic future plans and the historic perspective of education in the world that is emphasising nurturing scientists, technologists and innovators who can transform and create new knowledge.
Therefore the values of Uganda Technology and Management University are: Professionalism: making sure that staff and students conduct themselves with the highest ethical standards and taking responsibility of all their actions Creativity: committing to stimulating the culture of scientific and technological advancement, innovation and practica
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