In East Africa regional higher education interactions and cooperation originates from the pre-independence era when Makerere University College was the only higher education institution in the region serving students from Kenya, the then Tanganyika, and Zanzibar in East Africa
SHORT COURSE IN RAPID PROTOTYPING FOR IOT
The UR-CST-African Center of Excellence in Internet of Things (ACEIoT) in conjunction with WAZIUP is organizing a five-day short-course on Rapid Proto-typing for IoT. The short course is scheduled from April 23rd to 27th ,2018. Participants having prior knowledge in the below mentioned field are eligi-ble to apply.
The East African Higher Education Quality Assurance Network (EAQAN), a network of quality assurance practitioners in East Africa, is pleased to announce a call for papers for its Eighth Annual Regional Quality Assurance Forum 2018. The forum seeks to provide a unique and an important opportunity for quality assurance practitioners, senior administrators of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), executive members of national accreditation bodies, higher education researchers, and faculty and policy makers to share ideas on quality assurance issues, systems, practices and challenges in promoting quality higher education in East Africa. READ MORE...
The East African Higher Education Quality Assurance Network (EAQAN) is a network of quality assurance practitioners in the region. The Network was formally established in 2012 and organized its first forum in May 2012 held in Entebbe Uganda. Since then, and following the agreement during the EAQAN General Assembly, EAQAN in collaboration with Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) has been organizing an annual QA Forum around May every year. The subsequent forums have been held in Kigali 2013, Arusha in 2014, Nairobi in 2015, Entebbe 2016 and Dar es Salaam 2017. These gatherings provide opportunity for EAQAN members to present papers and share experienceson key issues ofquality assurance, receive further training and network with other QA practitioners in the region and beyond. Read More
Call for applications for Project Coordinator of ACE II
The IUCEA Secretariat as the host of the Regional Facilitation Unit of ACE II hereby invites applications from qualified candidates from ACE II participating countries and beyond, for the post of Project Coordinator with the following terms of reference:
Job Reports to: Executive Secretary of IUCEA
Job Supervises: Information and Communication Officer, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Procurement Assistant, Audit Assistant, Project Accountant, other project staff and consultants and technical experts hired by the ACE II Project. Read More...
The Mawazo PhD Scholars Programme
The Mawazo PhD Scholars programme is a one-year, non-residential fellowship aimed at women pursuing PhD studies at Kenyan universities. The goal of this programme is to build a strong pipeline of future researchers who are prepared to ask insightful questions about African development, and effectively communicate their results to both government and industry leaders and the general public. We welcome applications from women in any academic discipline, with a preference for research projects focused on development-related topics, and using social science research methods. Read More
2.Special Message from the IUCEA Executive Secretary
3.Celebrations of the 10th Aniversary of Revitalization the IUCEA
•A Statement by Dr. Diodorus Buberwa Kamala, Minister for East African Affairs, Tanzania
and Chairperson of the East African Community Council of Ministers on the 10th Anniversary of the IUCEA
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