Our History 1976

Uganda Martyrs’ Seminary, Namugongo (UMS) is an Anglican Church of Uganda Institution of Higher Education established by Namirembe Diocese in 1976 in memory of Christian Martyrs killed on 3rd June 1886 to offer Theological training for ordination in the Anglican Church. It’s located at the Uganda Anglican Martyrs shrine Namugongo.

Over 100 Facalties

UMS is a fully Accredited Tertiary Institution licensed by National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) and holds a “Certificate of Classification and Registration” It is also affiliated to Uganda Christian University (UCU) and Diploma programs are awarded by UCU. "

We Have 20,000 Students

We are pleased to announce that we currently have 20,000 students at the campus enrolled in various programs at different times of study. Additionally, we offer modular and online distance learning classes tailored for working professionals.

Institution Leadership

Effective leadership within an institution is essential for establishing direction, aligning resources, motivating employees, and fostering innovation and growth. This leadership take various forms depending on our institution and its objectives, but it typically involves setting a vision, making strategic decisions, communicating effectively, and inspiring others to work towards common objectives.

Vice Chancellors

The overall trustees of the University, known as the University Council,

Deputy Vice Chancellor

Director, Academic Affairs

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