• Nkurunziza, G., Otengei, S., Kasekende, F., and Ntayi, M.J. (2015). An investigation of key  predictors of  performance of agricultural projects in Sub- Saharan Africa: A case  of  Uganda. International Journal of Social Economics.[Accepted 25-Mar-2015]
  • Kasekende, F.Munene, J. C., Otengei, S. O. and Ntayi, J. M. (2016),”Linking teacher competences to organizational citizenship behaviour”, International Journal of   Educational Management, Vol. 30 Iss 2 pp. 252 – 270
  • Kasekende F., Munene, J. C. and Ntayi, J. M. (2016). Building Psychological Contract: The Role of Leader Member Exchanges.Evidence-based HRM: a global forum for empirical scholarship[Accepted 8th   May 2016].


  • The School is a member of the Commonwealth Association of Technical Universities and Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA). CAPA activities within MUBS are coordinated by the Faculty of Vocational and Distance Education. The School has benefited by staff attending bi-annual conferences,workshops and trainings.
  • The Faculty was part of the School team through Dr. Francis Kasekende, the Head, Department of Education and Ms. Christine Nantambi, the then Assistant Director that attended the Commonwealth of African Polytechnics Association (CAPA) Conference held on May 6th – 11, 2016 in Mombasa – Kenya. The theme of the Conference was “Strategic Involvement of TVET Institutions towards the attainment of Post 15 Sustainable Development Goals in Africa”.
  • The Dean of the Faculty together with the Principal attended the South African Technologies Network (STAN) Conference which took place between October 12 -14, 2016 at the Lagoon Beach Hotel, Milnerton, CapeTown, South Africa.
  • On December 5 – 9th, 2016, aCAPA conference took place in Lilongwe, Malawi under the theme Evolving transformative leadership and innovative management in TVET for sustainable development in Africa,”,where the School was represented by a delegation of 8 headed by the Principal.