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  • President should provide scholarly basis to justify irrelevance of Arts courses 

    Kaboyo, Patrick (Daily Monitor, 2020-01-20)
    In a country whose citizens have low civic competence, the academic have turned politicians and many are running to become, intellectual right and independence to hold those in position of authority accountable has suffered ...
  • Integrate climate change studies into curricula 

    Kasumba, Geofrey (Daily Monitor, 2020-01-20)
    The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development 2005-2014, emphasizing that climate change is one of the key action themes of this decade.
  • Public libraries: A safe haven for students during holidays 

    Murungi, Paul (Daily Monitor, 2020-01-20)
    Public libraries in many parts of the country remain underutilised and yet they are a good resource for learners, especially during the school holiday. They are rich with a host of text books and good reading material.
  • Bwesigye bent on educating disadvantaged children 

    Otage, Stephen (2020-01-20)
    As a little girl, Elinorah Bwesigye was denied a chance to attend school by her mother who did not think girls needed to be educated. She has dedicated her life to making sure no child succumbs to the fate of being denied ...
  • Prof Monica Chibita from teacher of English to Professor of journalism 

    Muhindo, Clare (Daily Monitor, 2020-01-19)
    Monica B Chibita, the Dean, Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication, Uganda Christian University is now a Professor ,She becomes the second Professor of Journalism in Uganda, after Prof Goretti Linda Nassanga of ...
  • Prof. Chibita gives first professorial lecture at UCU 

    Wanjala, Benezeri (New Vision, 2020-01-18)
    Prof. Monica Chibita, the dean of the faculty of journalism, media and communication, on Friday, January 17, delivered her professorial inaugural lecture. The university council appointed Chibita to professorship last year.
  • Makerere secures 7000 graduation gowns from China 

    Urn (Daily Monitor, 2020-01-08)
    Each year, Makerere University spends approximately Shillings 770 million as graduation costs. The same delays in procurement and payment of the contractor are contained in a report of the 69th graduation ceremony. According ...
  • About scrapping diploma, certificate courses at Kyambogo University 

    Olaro, Oscar (Daily Monitor, 2020-01-06)
    Late last year, Kyambogo University announced that they would phase out a number of certificate and diploma courses. The decision was welcomed by many but is it a good move?
  • 10 fresh graduates to study CPA for free 

    Twinamukye, Promise (Daily Monitor, 2019-12-16)
    Twenty five-year-old Audrey Nshabire, a Bachelor’s of Business Computing graduate at Makerere University Business School could not believe that she would get the scholarship she had applied for hesitantly. And she has had ...
  • Why creativity matters for fresh graduates 

    Sabano, Jessica (Daily Monitor, 2019-12-18)
    Graduands at St. Elizabeth's institute of health and professionals Mukono were on Tuesday advised to stick to professionalism during their works.
  • Kabushenga tips graduands 

    Emorut, Francis (New Vision, 2019-11-28)
    Robert Kabushenga, the chief executive officer and Managing Director of Vision Group who was a chief guest has advised graduands to exercise honesty, discipline and never give up if they are to succeed in life. He was ...
  • ISBAT University granted charter 

    Mubiru, Apollo (New Vision, 2019-11-19)
    The National Council of Higher Education (NCHE) has granted ISBAT University a charter that allows it to offer master’s and doctorate programs
  • Makerere wins inter-university moot Court competition 

    Kasirye, Juliet (New Vision, 2019-10-29)
    Makerere University has won the Inter-University disability rights moot court competition after beating the Uganda Christian University, Mukono.
  • Makerere receives equipment worth sh350m 

    Vision Reporters (New Vision, 2019-10-20)
    - Makerere University School of dentistry has received two digital x-rays donated by Dr. Geoffrey and Aisha Bataringaya to the department of dentistry.
  • Innovation hubs giving hope to ICT innovators 

    Joan, Salmon (Daily Monitor, 2019-12-09)
    Although she graduated from university with a first class degree in Information Technology in 2011, Rita Nakirya failed to get a job. “It was not because I did not know what to do but that at most interviews, I lost the ...
  • Mak dons demand pay rise as directed by President Museveni 

    Mukhaye, Damali (Daily Monitor, 2019-10-18)
    Makerere university lecturers have put the government on notice regarding their pay rise as directed by President Museveni last month.
  • Embrace Web designing for a career 

    Oluka, Esther (Daily Monitor, 2019-10-14)
    Web designing was not a career we even thought about two decades ago but one that has come with digitisation. How can you make it a worthwhile career?
  • Teaching history made easy with film 

    Ntalumbwa, Eric (Daily Monitor, 2019-10-14)
    Movies such as Ghost and Darkness, Shaka Zulu: The last Great Warrior, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Final Flames of the Uganda Martyrs, Uganda Martyrs Story have kept history fresh and memorable. It is time we used film ...
  • Blind teacher wants to start a special needs university 

    Mbabaali, Desire (Daily Monitor, 2019-10-14)
    He became blind at four years following a measles attack but 49-year-old Francis Silver Oonyu, a teacher of History has not let blindness hold back his potential. In fact today, he will be receiving the Sheth International ...
  • Why return to school for a second bachelor’s degree? 

    Mbabaali, Desire (Daily Monitor, 2019-10-14)
    Increasingly, many people are going back to university for a second bachelor’s degree. The most overriding reason for this is that a second bachelor’s degree can help one embark on a new career path but even better broaden ...

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