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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 University 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

Nujoma pleased to be associated with IUM’s growth and expansion

“One of the salient features of my socio-economic development life in Namibia is my close association and contribution to the establishment and development of the International University of Management (IUM) which I inaugurated in 2002.” These were the words of the Founding Father, H.E. Dr Sam Nujoma in his keynote address during the Special Graduation Ceremony held by IUM to honour the work of three (3) outstanding Namibian entrepreneurs.


Enhancing cultural literacy in a culturally diverse society

“The value of cultural literacy became so evident that it was developed into a course offered at colleges and universities all over the world.” These were the words of the IUM Vice-Chancellor, Mrs Virginia W. Namwandi in her opening address during this year’s Cultural Festival. She further described how the concept of cultural literacy had gained importance in the world today as it had increasingly became a global characteristic in the village that we live in.


Ongwediva Faculty of Education Hailed as a Success

The Faculty of Education at IUM Ongwediva Campus is making significant strides by attracting numerous students. Introduced in 2015, the Faculty started off with only 27 students. This year 95 students have been registered.