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“If UCU and UTAMU put their strengths together, they have the capacity to launch into the promising future with great potential,” Senyonyi said.
The initial programmes to be offered under the UCU-UTAMU joint post graduate collaboration include: Executive Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts in Public Administration and Management, Master of Arts in Development Studies and Master of Information Technology.
UTAMU Vice Chancellor, Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba commended UCU for joining forces with UTAMU to train the next generation.
“For us to build capacity, we must have the best forces; UCU and UTAMU together is no doubt a team of the very best,” Barya said.
He further noted that both universities would ensure quality assurance for the best of the programmes.
A joint press release from the two institutions indicated that academic staff from both institutions would engage in collaborative activities like teaching, joint supervision, joint research projects, organisation of conferences and seminars as well as joint publications.
At the signing, Rev. Can. Dr. Senyonyi was flanked by UCU Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs, Rev. Can. Dr. Alex Kagume and Dean of the School of Business and Administration, Vincent Kisenyi.
Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, on the other hand, was accompanied by UTAMU Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof. Jude T. Lubega, Dean of the School of Business and Management, Prof. Benon Basheka and Public Relations Officer, Rebecca Pearl Tumwebaze.
In the recent past, UTAMU has been actively engaging in several public and private sector partnerships in a strategic move to enhance its mission of providing global quality education, research and innovation critical to economic and human development.
Some of the notable partners of UTAMU currently include: Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa, Mbarara University of Science and Technology, University of Limpopo in South Africa, Amity University in India and Uganda’s National Water and Sewerage Corporation.