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ABOUT US

The Department of Procurement and Marketing began as a section in the then Department of Business Studies in 2003 under the Faculty of Vocational Education. It has since grown into a full-fledged Department in the School of Management and Entrepreneurship. It started with 2 programmes i.e. the Diploma in Procurement and Logistics Management and the Bachelor in Procurement and Logistics Management. In collaboration with the University of Twente in the Netherlands, a Master of Science in Procurement and Supply Chain Management was initiated in 2013. The Department pioneered procurement training in Uganda and arguably East Africa. In 2004, it partnered with the Royal Netherlands government under the NUFFIC/NPT project in infrastructure and staff capacity building. From this partnership, three (3) staff obtained PhDs and one (1) an MBA in Procurement in the Netherlands. The Department is currently housed in the NPT building. It has a minimum student population of two thousand (2,000) studying on the day and evening programmes. The undergraduate and graduate curriculum were developed in collaboration with a consortium of Universities in the Netherlands.  The curriculum is hence a blend of national, regional and international content. This has enabled the Department to produce holistically grounded students. This is particularly through the integration of teaching theoretical knowledge with practical work experience as our students undertake a mandatory Practicum exercise.

PROGRAMMES

The Department offers the following courses:

  1. Diploma in Procurement and Logistics
  2. Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics
  3. Master of Science in Procurement and Supply Chain

ADMISSION CRITERIA AND TUITION 

Course

Minimum Entry Requirement

Tuition fees(per semester) for East African

Tuition fees for other Nationals (per annum)

in Uganda shillings

Duration of Course

Master of Procurement and Supply Chain

Second Class Degree in Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics, Bachelor of warehousing and storekeeping and any other related field from a recognized institution

2,000,000

6,000,000

2 Years

Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics

2 Principal Passes in Arts or Science subjects at A’level one of which must be in either Mathematics, Entrepreneurship or Economics obtained at the same sitting.

700,000

 

3 years

At least a Credit or Second Class

Diploma in Procurement and Logistics or its equivalent from a recognized Institution plus a Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) with at least 5 passes (i.e. 5 subjects without a grade 9) (or its equivalent) and a Uganda

Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) with at least One Principal Pass and Two Subsidiary Passes obtained at the same sitting (or its equivalent)

700,000

 

3 years

Diploma in Procurement and Logistics

1 Principal Pass in Economics or Entrepreneurship and 2 subsidiary passes in the principal subjects at A’level obtained at the same sitting.

  

2 years

STAFFING

Name & Profile Picture

Qualifications

Biography

Position

Contact details

Research Details

Dr. Peter Obanda Wanyama

PhD, MPhil, MM, BA(Educ)

Dr. Wanyama hold a PhD in Procurement from the University of Twente in the Netherland and Masters in Management in Uganda Management Institute, Kampala Uganda 

Senior Lecturer

pobanda2001@yahoo.com

mob: 0772 524 935

Peter’s research interest are in public procurement for social-economic transformation.

Dr. Charles Ndandiko

PhD, MBA, MPhil,  BBA, CerPPP

Dr. Ndandiko hold a PhD in Procurement from the University of Twente in the Netherland and Master of Business Administration from the University of Bradford in the UK

Senior Lecturer

  

Dr. Francis Ssennoga

PhD, MPhil, MBA, BED, Dip(Educ)

Francis holds a Doctorate from the University of Twente, Netherlands  His PhD dissertation titled “Discriminatory Public Procurement Policies” was awarded IPSERA Best Bursary Paper Award 2007, Bath UK

Francis combines both classroom and practical experience and he has served as Corporate Service Expert and Procurement Specialist  for a number of organizations internationally 

Lecturer

Email:

fssennoga@kyu.ac.ug

ssennoga@gmail.com

Tel: 0772495739

Francis has researched widely in the area of Public procurement and Supply Chain[i]. His main research interest is in regionalization and Public Procurement

Kalinzi Charles

  

Lecturer

  

Turyahikayo Willy

  

Lecturer

  

Sigombe Richard

  

Tutorial Fellow

  

Aisha Nante Mirembe

  

Tutorial Fellow

  

Pamela Nagawa

  

Tutorial Fellow

  

Sekanjako Fred

  

Tutorial Fellow

  

Publications for Dr Francis Ssennoga:

  1. Barugahare I, Ndandiko C, Ssennoga F. and Obanda P(2018), Organisational E-readiness and adoption of E-Procurement in Ugandan armed forces: A case of Uganda Police Force. Published in  The Art of Public Procurement,  Liber Amicorum Jan Telgen, NetzoDruk Publishers Enshede, The Netherlands, PP 83-89, ISBN: 978-90-365-4561-
  2. Ndandiko C, Kiying D.N, Ssennoga F and Huhtilainen M (2019), the numbers tell the tale: A spend analysis in five Government Procuring and Disposable Entities in Uganda. Published in Advancing Public Procurement: Theories and Practices, PrAcademics press 4315 Tranquility Dr highland Beach FL33487, USA, PP 145-165, ISBN 0-9668864-8-
  3. Francis Ssennoga (2010). Discriminatory Procurement Practices: ISBN: 9789085706038 Learn More
  4. Ssennoga F. and Telgen J.(2010) Integrating Socio-Economic Policies Into The Public Procurement Framework- An Analysis Of The Public Procurement Option Model, Conference Proceeding for the 4th International Public Procurement Conference, Soul Korea
  5. Ssennoga F, Oluka N.P and Mugurusi G(2010) Food Crisis In Uganda: Managing The Risk Of Supply Chain Inhibitions In Banana Production, Conference Proceedings, 9th IPSERA Conference, Finland
  6. Oluka N.P. and Ssennoga F. (2008) Tackling Corruption in Public Procurement, A case of Uganda Local government, Enhancing Best Practices in Public Procurement, 3rd International Public Procurement PP1109-1132 ISBN 0-9668864-2-9
  7. Allen B and Ssennoga F (2008) A Theoretical Model for Developing Countries’ SME Capabilities in Public Procurement Markets, 3rd International Public Procurement pp1201- 1235 ISBN 0-9668864-2-9
  8. Ssennoga F. (2006) Examining Discriminatory Procurement Practices in Developing Countries, Journal of Public Procurement Vol. 6 (4) pp 285-316 Conference papers (prior to 2010) that have been peer reviewed and published as conference proceedings:
  9. Ssennoga F. and Telgen J.(2010) Integrating Socio-Economic Policies Into The Public Procurement Framework- An Analysis Of The Public Procurement Option Model, Conference Proceeding for the 4th International Public Procurement Conference, Soul Korea
  10. Ssennoga F, Oluka N.P and Mugurusi G(2010) Food Crisis In Uganda: Managing The Risk Of Supply Chain Inhibitions In Banana Production, Conference Proceedings, 9th IPSERA Conference, Finland
  11. Measuring impact of Discriminatory Procurement Practice Using the Social Accounting Matrix(SAM) 18th Annual IPSERA Conference, Wiesbaden, Germany, April 2009
  12. Integrating Developing Countries into the global procurement Framework: 16th Annual IPSERA Conference, Bath UK April 2007

Publications  For Dr. Obanda

  1. Peter W. Obanda., (2018). Public Procurement Reforms and Their Aftermath: Implications for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Uganda. 8th International Public Procurement Conference, Arusha, Tanzania.
  2. Peter W. Obanda., (2015). Public procurement process design and SMEs access to Contracts in Developing Countries. Kampala International Design Conference.
  3. Peter W. Obanda., (2012). SMEs and public procurement contracts in developing countries. 5th International Public Procurement Conference, Seattle, USA.
  4. Peter W. Obanda., (2011). Facilitating SMEs access to public contracts. 20th IPSERA Conference, Maastricht, Netherlands.
  5. Peter W. Obanda., (2010). Fighting Corruption in Tactical Procurement. Thesis. ISBN 978-90-8570-601-41. CPI Wöhrmann Print Service, The Netherlands.
  6. Peter W. Obanda., (2010). Bid protests as a measure of integrity: A descriptive study of municipalities in Uganda. International Public Procurement Conference, Seoul, South Korea.
  7. Peter W. Obanda., (2009). A comparative analysis of bid protests in Uganda and USA. International Purchasing & Supply Educational Research Association Conference 2009, Oestricht, Germany
  8. Rachael Nakaggwa, Peter W. Obanda and Samuel Pule (2016). Community Participation and Water Payment Compliance: A Case Study of Kitgum Town – Uganda. International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research ISSN 2348-3164 (online) 4, Issue 2, pp: (229-245), Month: April – June, Available at: www.researchpublish.com Page | 229 Research Publish Journals
  9. Grace Makumbi1, Peter W. Obanda and Samuel Pule (2015). Freight Forwarding Outsourcing and Supply Chain Efficiency among Manufacturing Firms in Uganda: The Case of Mukwano Industries Ltd. International Journal of Operations and Logistics Management Volume 4, Issue 1 Pages: 72-90 March, e-ISSN: 2309-8023 p-ISSN: 2310-4945
  10. Paul Cankwo, Peter W. Obanda and Samuel Pule (2015). Tactical Procurement Management and Service Delivery in Local Governments of Uganda: A Case of Nebbi District Local Government, European Journal of Logistics Puchasing and Supply Chain Management Vol. 3, No. 1, pp.12. 12 – 28, March
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