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Founder Hon Dr. David Richard Namwandi

The Institution was founded by Dr David Richard Namwandi, first as a non degree awarding body. On 26 October 2002 it obtained Universtity status when it was officially launched by the then state president of the Republic of Namibia, His Excellency Dr. Sam Nujoma. The university is fully accredited by the NQA (Namibia Qualifications Authority).

Although Dr Namwandi is no longer part of the IUM management, his legacy and vision lives on. His footprints will be a guide to IUM and will certainly propel the University to greater heights.

The International University of Management (IUM) currently caters for over 8,000 (eight thousand) students with its main campus in the capital Windhoek and branches in Swakopmund, Ongwediva, Nkurenkuru and Walvis-Bay.


The courses offered at the International University Management are accredited by the Namibian Qualifications Authority.


  • IUM works in association with the following professional organizations and universities:
  • The Association of |Business Executives (ABE) UK
  • Asia e University ( Malaysia )
  • Shareworld Open University of Malawi

IUM Tunana Building unveiled

Tunana Building completes the second phase of the Hi-Tech Dorado campus since its inauguration on 26 April 2011. Worth 45 million, the new IUM Building added space for 1500 students in lecture halls and seminar rooms plus over 50 offices for Professors and Lecturers.


IUM Brings Together its Alumni

In an effort to revive the Alumni Association, the International University of Management (IUM) hosted a Get-together dinner for its graduates at Nampower Convention Centre on 14 August 2015. The event was graced by Tan Sri Prof. Dato Dr. T. Marimuthu an Adjunct Professor at the School of Education and Cognitive Sciences at Asia e University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


IUM launches Journal

Mrs. Virginia Namwandi, Vice-Chancellor of IUM before launching the journal said that after several debates on a suitable name and having noticed that a journal devoted to and focused on Management did not, at the time, exist in Namibia, the university thought that it was useful to fill this gap, and settled on the name ‘Namibia Journal of Managerial Sciences' (NJMS).