International University of Management

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International University of Management
Motto Encourage and develop an African cadre of men and women who can operate at international standards in business.
Type Private
Established 1994[1]
Vice-Chancellor Virginia Namwandi[2]
Students 8,400[3]
Location Windhoek with campuses in Swakopmund, Walvis Bay and Ongwediva, Namibia
Campus Both urban and rural

The International University of Management is a private, state-recognized university based in Windhoek, Namibia with campuses in Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, and Ongwediva. It was founded by Namibia former Minister of Education Dr. David Namwandi. The university offers Bachelor and Master programs in Strategic Management Information Technology, Human resources, Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality, Business Information Systems, Business Administration, Finance Management, HIV/Aids Management and other subjects.


The Institute of Higher Education was founded in 1994 with one professor and one student in Windhoek North. In 2002, it was accorded university status. IUM opened another campus in the Dorado Park neighbourhood of Windhoek in April 2011. President Hifikepunye Pohamba applauded the university's expansion and called for further public-private partnership in tertiary education.[1]


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