UMI Student Login Portal – Uganda Management Institute, MI Student Login Portal is created for formal and prospective students of the University to create an account or log in to perform certain academic actions at ease e.g. Course Registration, Fees Payment, Check Result, Admission Online Application, View Admission List/Status, Acceptance Fees Payment Details, Transcript, View Academic Calander
UMI Student Login Portal
you can visit and access the UMI Portal | UMI Student Login Portal using a computer or mobile by following the links provided respectively. Don’t forget that the official website is: http://www.livingstone.ac.ug
UMI aims at strengthening the management and institutional capacity of the public, private and non-governmental sectors in Uganda and beyond by offering a blend of short and long courses for middle, senior and executive level managers; facilitating conferences, seminars and workshops; and providing research, consultancy and distance learning services.
Schools and Study Branches
- School of Civil Service, Public Administration and Governance
- School of Business, Productivity and Competitiveness.
- School for Distance Learning and Information Technology.
- School of Management Sciences
- Regional Branches:
- Gulu and
Welcome to the Student Portal, If you are a new student, your User ID is your Student Number and your Password is also your Student Number. If you are a continuing student, your User ID is your Registration No. (Access Number) and your password is also your Registration No.
Uganda Management Institute (UMI) is a National Branch for Training, Research, and Consultancy in the field of Administration, Leadership, and Management. Officially opened on October 7, 1969, as the Institute Public Administration (IPA), the Institute was mandated to conduct intensive in-service training to quickly develop management capacity in the public service.
Whereas IPA opened from inception as a department of the Ministry of Public Service, this changed with the enactment of the Uganda Management Institute Statue of 1992, under which the Institute acquired its present name and changed its status to a semi-autonomous body corporate under the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act 2001.