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Browsing Posts published in February, 2009

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Science

Faculty  of  Science at Mbarara University of Science and Technology is a place worth to visit.

Among the programs offerred at the Faculty are:

Bachelor of Science with Education

Masters in various Biological Sciences

Masters in Science Subjects like Physics, Mathmatics, Chemestry.

Masters in Educational management and Planning

Masters in Educational Psychology
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Mr. Olema, project coordinator, Mr. Simon Anguma, Dean of Faculty of Sciences, Mrs Kate Imanirampa, the faculty administrator and Ms Mary Naikumi, lecturer and the project IT focal point

Mr. Olema, project coordinator, Mr. Simon Anguma, Dean of Faculty of Sciences, Mrs Kate Imanirampa, the faculty administrator and Ms Mary Naikumi, lecturer and the project IT focal point

Every year in February, the Faculty of Science at MUST holds a workshop for school practice supervisors. The workshop is intended to prepare and brief supervisors on past performance and expected challenges. Most of the supervisors are lecturers at MUST.  155 student teachers will be supervised in 56 schools in Western Uganda over a period of four weeks.

Kyambogo University, Kampala - Uganda

Kyambogo University, Kampala - Uganda

09.02.09 meeting at Kyambogo University to discuss education-africa project perspectives.

Kyambogo University (KYU) is situated 8 km from Kampala on Jinja Road. With a student population of approx.  20,000,  KYU is the second biggest university in Uganda.

It is the biggest teacher training institution in Uganda and oversees primary and secondary teacher education institutions (PTCs and NTCs) in Uganda . continue reading…

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Prof. Dr. Hermann Ruepell
Department of Education University of Cologne Albertus-Magnus-Platz 50923 Cologne, Germany