University of Mines and Technology, Tarkwa Other Offices

University of Mines and Technology, Tarkwa Other Offices

The Finance Office of the University is focused on providing sound financial management and support for the University. The office aims to provide accurate, reliable, relevant and timeous financial information, including strategic and operational financial planning and budgeting, to University users and stakeholders.

The Finance Office is made up of  Units such as the  Accounts Office, Treasury and Cash Office, Final Accounts, MIS/Payroll, Faculty Accounts Offices, Stores and Supply, and the Procurement Unit. The Finance Office is being acted by Mr Matthew Asare who continues to manage the financial resources of the University. The Finance Officer also pursues other strategic investment initiatives on behalf of the University.

Mr. Matthew Asare
(Ag. Finance Officer)

The OIP is the outreach window of the Vice Chancellor’s office that facilitates the establishment of academic and scholarly and other cooperative linkages and collaboration between UMaT and other international Universities, companies and institutes around the world to enhance:


Prof E. K. Asiam (Dean)

  • Teaching and research
  • Training of faculty staff and
  • Cultural integration

The Office provides oversight for all international academic program activities for the University, including inter-university linkage agreements.

In addition, the Dean contributes to the attainment of the goals of the University through building and maintaining strong and continuing relationships with complex network of commercial, governmental, nonprofit and community groups. The Office maintains effective contact with appropriate off-campus individuals, offices and agencies, both domestic and international, to assure success in the aforementioned areas; and provides guidance to management on collaborative linkages.

Planning and Quality Assurance Unit (PQAU) is under the Vice Chancellor’s Office and its mandate is to ensure that the mission and vision of UMaT in the context of its role in national development and international visibility are achieved.  The Office is involved in monitoring, auditing, evaluation of teaching staff and these activities are to ensure excellent teaching and learning at UMaT.

Other functions of the PQAU include compilation of the publications of lecturers annually as a means of simulating publications, checking the conduct of examinations to ensure that they are conducted according to laid down regulations, setting up peer preview mechanism of lecturers to review examination questions  and eliminate ambiguities, developing systems for students to assess lecturer’s performance in teaching and lecture delivery, liaising with corporate bodies to establish the relevance of our programmes for national manpower development, and conducting tracer studies and assessing how students are performing and meeting the needs of their employers.

The Unit is a member of the Inter-University Committee on Quality Assurance set up by The Vice Chancellor Ghana (VCG) that meets quarterly to streamline the activities of the various Units on the six campuses.

The Quality Assurance Unit comprises of the Assoc Prof Sulemana Al-Hassan (Dean), Assoc Prof Grace Ofori-Sarpong (Vice Dean) and Mr Rowland P. Baffoe (Senior Administrative Assistant).