School of Education Hosts Liberian Students

The School of Education (SOE) is hosting 10 Masters students from Liberia as part of the partnership between Makerere University, USAID and Liberia Teacher Training Program (LTTP). Makerere University SOE recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with LTTP.

The students  who arrived on 10th January underwent a special orientation and catch up sessions. This was done to ease their study this semester since they joined in semester two.

Undergraduate Private Admissions Announcement 2012/2013

The Academic Registrar, Makerere University invites applications from Ugandan applicants for the undergraduate  programmes under the private sponsorship scheme for the 2012/2013 academic year

Makerere University pays tribute to Prof. William Senteza Kajubi

The Makerere University community on Saturday 5th May 2012 paid tribute to Prof. William Senteza Kajubi a renowned scholar and two time vice chancellor of Makerere University.

Congratulations to our newest graduates

The College of Education and External Studies graduated its students on 16th, 17th and 20th January 2012 during the 62nd Makerere University graduation ceremony. Over 1430 students received their Diplomas, Bachelors, Masters and PhDs on 17th of January. Our Bachelor of Science External students graduated on 16th January and Bachelor of Commerce External graduated on 20th January. The colourful  ceremonies were presided over by the Chancellor Prof G. Mondo Kagonyera.


Partnering to Raise Awareness about Socially Stigmatized Diseases Across the Borders

Centre for Lifelong Learning (CLL), College of Education and External Studies (CEES) through it Golden Key International Honour Society (GKIHS) shall in December 2011 engage in a joint community intervention with its partners in the East African region namely Kenyan Paraplegic Organization (KPO), Maendeleo Foundation International and others to raise awareness among communities about diseases whose victims suffer from social stigma.

Irish Exchange students visit School of Education

School of Education peace building project

School of Education with funding from British Council /DFID is working on a capacity building project for teachers in post conflict northern Uganda. The 23 year old armed conflict in Northern Uganda has left students and teachers traumatized. Schools lack formal training mechanisms in peace building needed to manage the traumatized students, teachers and parents. Through the pilot project, teachers in northern Uganda have been able to manage traumatized learners and fellow teachers leading to increased productivity.


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