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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 (four thousand) students with its main campus in the capital Windhoek and branches in Swakopmund, Ongwediva and Walvis-Bay.

Accreditation

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

Partnership

  • 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
 

2015 Academic year officially kicks off at IUM

In welcoming new students to IUM Mrs Virginia Namwandi, Vice-Chancellor of IUM said “the IUM family that you have joined attaches great importance to hard work, integrity, academic excellence, and service to the society.

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IUM "Passes the Test” as It Gets Officially Registered by NCHE

The IUM has earned this registration after fulfilling all the legal requirements for the registration of private university in particular and higher education institution in general. Registration certificates were awarded to each of IUM’s five campuses.

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IUM welcomes new students for the 2015 academic year

The speakers and activities scheduled for the three-day orientation focused on the issues and resources that are most important to new students such as library and e-services, student accommodation, student records and other facilities on camps. This was a great way to find out how they could become involved on campus.

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