List of university leaders in Uganda

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Number University Chancellor Vice-Chancellor
1 African Bible University (Uganda)[1] O. Palmer Robertson[2]
2 African Rural University[3] Denis Okello Atwaru[4]
3 Aga Khan University Kweku Bentil[5]
4 All Saints University[6] John Charles Odur Kami[7] Vacant
5 Ankole Western University Yona Mwesigwa Katonene[8]
6 Bishop Stuart University[9] Fred Mwesigwa Sheldon Maud Kamatenesi Mugisha[10]
7 Bugema University John Kakembo[11] Patrick Manu[12]
8 Busitema University Francis Omaswa[13] Mary Okwakol[14]
9 Busoga University Michael Kyomya[15] David Kibikyo[16]
10 Cavendish University Uganda Benjamin Mkapa[17] Ketrine M. Salati[18]
11 Gulu University Frederick Kayanja[19] Pen-Mogi Nyeko[20]
12 International Health Sciences University Julia Sebutinde[21][22] Scott James Brown[22]
13 International University of East Africa Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile[23] Olubayi Olubayi[24]
14 Islamic University in Uganda Ahmad Ssengendo[25]
15 Kabale University[26] Mondo Kagonyera[27] Joy Kwesiga
16 Kampala University Edward Rugumayo[28] Badru Ddungu Kateregga[29]
17 Kampala International University John Ssebuwufu[30] Mouhamad Mpezamihigo[30]
18 Kumi University Owen Kim[31]
19 Kyambogo University John Ssebuwufu[32] Elly Katunguka[33]
20 Lira University[34] Jasper Ogwal Okeng[34]
21 Makerere University Ezra Suruma[35] John Ddumba Ssentamu[36]
22 Mbarara University Peter Mugyenyi[37] Celestino Obua[38]
23 Mountains of the Moon University Edward Rugumayo[39] John Kasenene[40]
24 Muni University Christine Dranzoa[41]
25 Muteesa I Royal University Julia Sebutinde[42] Arthur Sserwanga[43]
26 Ndejje University Stephen Talitwala[44] Eriabu Lugujjo[45]
27 Nkumba University Gordon Wavamunno[46] Hannington Sengendo[47]
28 Nsaka University
29 Soroti University Robert Ikoja[48]
30 St. Lawrence University Edward Ssekandi[49] Kakinda Frank Mbaaga[49]
31 Uganda Christian University Stanley Ntagali[50] John Senyonyi[51]
32 Uganda Management Institute Namirembe Bitamazire[52] James Nkata[53]
33 Uganda Martyrs University John Baptist Odama[54] John Maviiri[55]
34 Uganda Pentecostal University John Ntambirweki[56]
35 Uganda Technology and Management University[57] Kalonzo Musyoka[58] Venansius Baryamureeba[59]
36 University of Kisubi[60][61] Peter Kazzekulya[60] John Ssebuwufu[60]
37 University of Military Science and Technology
38 Victoria University Uganda[62] Martin Aliker[63] Stephen Isabalija[64]
39 St. Augustine International University[65][66] Tress Bucyanayandi Charity Basaza Mulenga[67]

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