Dr. Menya Mohamed (PhD)

Dr. Menya MohamedDeputy Principal / Ag. Principal

Dr. Menya Mohamed serves as the Deputy Principal but also Ag. Principal of Multitech Business School (MBS).

Nakayiso Eseza Kimuli

Nakayiso Eseza KimuliDean of Students

Nakayiso Eseza Kimuli serves as the dean of students at Multitech Business School.

Kansiime Morris


Mr. Kansiime Morris is the bursar at Multitech Business School MBS,

Businge Pascal

Businge PascalConsultancy Manager MBS

Mr. Businge Pascal serves as a consultancy manager at Multitech Business School MBS,

Watalungha Franklin

Mr. Watalungha FranklinCoordinator Kakiri Campus MBS

Mr. Watalungha Franklin serves as the Coordinator Kakiri Campus, Multitech Business School MBS,

Mwanga Ali

Mr. Mwanga AliAg. Head of Department Vocational Studies

Mr. Mwanga Ali serves as the Ag. Head of Department Vocational Studies Multitech Business School MBS,

Baguma Gertrude

Baguma GertrudeCoordinator Hoima Campus

Mrs. Baguma Getrude serves as the coordinator Hoima Campus at Multitech Business School

Vicent Kalyesubula

Vicent KalyesubulaAcademic Registrar

Mr. Vicent Kalyesubula serves as the academic registrar at Multitech Business School

The primary responsibilities of the Academic Registrar at MBS include but not limited to;

Student Affairs

The Faculty is one of the leading theological institutions in Africa and is known for its quality research, relevant teaching and learning programmes, and community engagement, especially through its Centre.

The Faculty has more scholars who have received National Research Foundation (NRF) ratings than any other South African faculty of theology and annually produces hundreds of peer-reviewed articles published in highly accredited national and international journals. It undertakes cutting-edge research on relevant, contextual, interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary levels. It acknowledges that such work cannot be done in ivory towers and aims to engage in life-changing and transforming research that makes a difference in communities and society in general.

As far as teaching and learning are concerned, the Faculty continues to pursue excellence by seeking to address current issues and struggles, such as decolonisation and Africanisation, especially in relation to the establishment of sustainable cities and communities. We use diff erent methods in our instruction to encourage critical thinking, investigation, interactive and participatory learning, alternate forms of assessment and the use of technology. Furthermore, our teaching modules are directed to incorporate non-theological modules to enable students to also train for careers outside of Theology. We have well-qualified, experienced and dedicated lecturers who are committed to assisting students at all levels of study.

In its intention to work towards the common good of society, the Faculty has entered into partnerships with several stakeholders, which include but are not limited to churches, government and non-governmental organisations, community leaders and ministries. In our eff orts to achieve transformation, we seek to foster inclusivity, embrace diversity and promote equity. Our students come from at least 33 diff erent denominations, and we are determined to create a new culture that embraces a true ecumenical spirit and posture.

In 2018, the former Faculty of Theology was renamed Faculty of Theology and Religion. The addition of Religion was an attempt to be more inclusive and to welcome people of other faiths. The Faculty is still primarily Christian in its theological orientation, but realises the need to engage in dialogue and research with other religions on important themes, for example, religious violence and fundamentalism, as we seek to create a better world and fullness of life for all.


Saint Anselm of Canterbury defi ned theology as ‘faith seeking understanding’. In a world characterised by enormous complexities, injustices, diff erentiations and global struggles, we need to consistently grapple with our understanding of God, life and reality. The Faculty of Theology and Religion thus off ers relevant, critical and contextual teaching, quality research and community engagement to prepare students to respond to the challenges of life, make a diff erence in society, provide the tools and skills needed to apply knowledge to given contextual experiences, and create an environment in which new ideas and thoughts can emerge. It facilitates life-affi rming theologies, nurtures transformative leaders, promotes justice and peace and prepares students for a changing environment and world. Whether you are training for ministry in the church or the ‘marketplace’, this is the right place to be as we bring faith and context together, dissect and analyse the realities of life and explore questions related to spirituality, beliefs and faith practices.

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Kampala Campus:

Plot 345 Kyandondo II Road, off Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road
P.O Box 10923 Kampala Uganda
+256 704995289
+256 774461072

Hoima Campus:

Hoima city, Bunyoro-kitara Complex along St.Peters Cathedral
Duhaga Playgrounds
P.O Box 10923 Kampala Uganda
+256 777685115
+256 775868670
+256 758913636

Kakiri Campus:

Along Hioma Road
P.O Box 10923 Kampala Uganda
+256 704995289
+256 754602486