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School of Distance and Lifelong Learning hosts a team of five from University of Agder, Norway

A team of five delegates from the University of Agder, Faculty of Social Sciences led by their Dean, Professor Anne Halvorsen is in Makerere University to build and strengthen their international collaborations. They paid a courtesy visit to the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning on Thursday October 11, 2018 at 9:00am. The team constituted Professor Anne Halvorsen, Dean Faculty of Social Sciences; Associate Professor. Ann Christian Nilsen, Head of Department, Sociology and social work; Associate Professor. Jorunn Gjedrem; Mr.

School Education host two Students from Malmo University Sweden

The School of Education is hosting students from Malmo University from Sweden on Student Exchange Programme. These students will be at the  Makerere University School  of Education  for  12 weeks.

Today 27th September 2018, the students paid a courtesy visit to the Dean, School of Education being led by Dr. Mary Ocheng a lecturer in the School of Education  and Ms Justine the  MAKCEES Grants office Office Administrative Officer

The two Students from Malmo University Sweden are under the Linnaeus Palme- spearheaded by  Assoc Prof Betty Ezati and Prof. Mugagga

CEES Delegation meets Minister General Elly Tumwine

On 7th June 2018, Prof. F. Masagazi-Masaazi, the Principal College of Education and External Studies led the CEES delegation to meet the Minister of Security for Republic of Uganda General Elly Tumwine

The delegation included Prof. F. Masagazi-Masaazi, Associate Pro f Mugagga M Anthony, the Director Institute of Education Research, Dr. Kabugo David, The Coordinator Centre for Teaching and Learning Support

MAK-CEES hosts professors from Kennesaw State University USA

MAK-CEES through its School of Education is hosting professors from Kennesaw State University, Atlanta in Georgia State, USA. Makerere University and Kennesaw State University have staff and student exchange programme under MOU between the two universities.  A number of academic staff members from the College of Education and External Studies have benefited from this kind of collaborative engagement.

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