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
African Railway Education and Research Institute (ARERI) is one of the African Centers of Excellency supported by the World Bank. The aim of the center is to strengthen railway professionals’ development through short term training, MSc and PhD level education, and research. To this effect ARERI is offering scholarships to citizens in African countries to pursue MSc and PhD studies in Railway Engineering for the 2016/2017 academic year.
The KEMRI-Welcome Trust Programme an internationally renowned health research programme and Pwani University, one of the dynamic young universities in Kenya, are jointly offering opportunities for a fully funded Postgraduate Diploma studentship in Research Methods. Read More
Higher Education Quality Assurance practitioners urged be at the forefront of making the relevant strategies and quality improvement initiatives in higher education.
Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA), Kampala, Uganda 17th May 2016:Hon. (Rtd) Maj. Alupo Jessica Rose Epel (MP), Minister of Education, Science Technology and Sports,Republic of Uganda, urged Higher Education Quality Education practitioners to be at the forefront of making the relevant strategies and improvement initiatives in higher education. 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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