The University of Botswana Foundation (UBF) is a non-profit trust established in 2000 to raise funds on behalf of the University.
The department helps the University of Botswana achieve its mission by providing an independent and objective assurance service designed to add value and improve all operations.
The department objectively examines and reports on the University's risk management practices and the adequacy and effectiveness of the internal control system.
The department is particularly interested in ensuring that there is proper, economic, efficient and effective use of all University resources.
The Public Affairs Department of the University of Botswana is responsible for the promotion and projection of the name and reputation of the University. As a corollary, Public Affairs distributes information about the University in the widest possible sense within and outside the institution, and is responsible for events, protocol, liaison, and marketing the University’s identity and brand to promote its corporate image.
The Department of Institutional Planning (IP) supports institutional planning processes and policy analysis and development. Responsibility for the primary activities of the Department is divided between two units as follows:
The unit is responsible for:
The Vice Chancellor (VC) is the academic and administrative leader of the institution. S/he establishes and implements a university strategic management plan for efficient use of its resources, human, fiscal, and capital, in compliance with the University of Botswana Act and Statutes. The VC therefore enables the realisation of the vision and mission of the University by coordinating the development of its policies, plans and programmes, based on the strategic overview of the University and its environment.