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Leadership and Management Training for Top Managers 2017


Kyambogo University run a Leadership and Management Training for Top Managers, 5-8 November 2017. It took place at the Source of the Nile Hotel, Jinja.

Participants included all members of Top Management, Deans of Faculties and Schools, Heads of Directorates, and other senior university officials.

This power-packed high level training is being facilitated by UMI Consultants. These are Dr. Lazarus Nabaho (Course Leader), Dr. David Ssonko (Facilitator), and Mr. Wilber Bateisibwa (Rapporteur) all from the Uganda Management Institute".  







































Announcement of PhD Course in Education Science for Teacher Education at Kyambogo University

Effective September 2016, through collaborative initiative between Kyambogo University and Oslo and Akerhsus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA) PhD Courses in Education Science for Teacher Education were started and continue to be run in the Faculty of Vocational Studies at NOMA House. This year (28.08.17) both Prof. Halla B. Holmarsdottir and Assoc. Prof. Greta B. Gudmundsdottir, will facilitate the course on Philosophy of science, research methodologies and ethics.
PHUV9100 Philosophy of Science, Research Methodologies and Ethics


Philosophy of Science, Research Methodology and Ethics (10 ECTS credits) is a core course in the training component of the PhD Programme in Educational Sciences for Teacher Education. During the learning process, candidates will strengthen their knowledge base for working on general epistemological, methodological, and ethical issues as well as for conducting research in the field of educational sciences for teacher education. The breadth and diversity of the course shall enable candidates to acquire a general theoretical overview of methodological approaches. Comparative perspectives represent a key element in this course. The ability to see connections between theoretical orientation and relevant choice of practical approach will be developed through methodological and ethical reflection. While the theoretical element is essentially knowledge oriented, the methodological element is more skill- and development-oriented. The ethical element will to a certain degree be attitude-oriented.
The course may be replaced by one or more PhD courses at HiOA or at another educational institution or research school.

Admission requirements

Although this course is primarily aimed at PhD candidates admitted to the PhD programme, it is also open to other applicants. The admission requirement is a five-year master's degree (three years + two years) or equivalent qualification in teacher education or other qualification in teacher education, educational science or development studies.

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The training started at 9:00 am to 1:00pm each in RAC UPPER COMPUTER LAB and it was conducted by the e-kampus team.

Objectives of the training

  • It was to train lecturers on how to upload examination results since the have been a lot of difficulties on loading the results of students who had re-takes. And for those who withdrawal.
  • To train the lecturers on how to generate and production of testimonials as fast as possible.
  • To enable staff who are concerned on the transcripts to generate them as faster as possible when required by the students.

We observed during the training that there are still challenges in uploading the results and testimonials production in as far as withdrawal and retake cases concerned. These were raised by the participants and captured by the trainers.

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ThePurposeTo establish key aspects relevant to developing TORfor collaborativresearch and training on vocational skilldevelopment withthe world of work asa follow-up from the Vocational Pedagogy symposium held on 2nd June2016.

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Monday 9th to Friday 12th May 2017


Dr. Lawrence Eron


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Dr.Ephraim Lemmy Nuwagaba

Conference Coordinator

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Mr. Victor Locoro 


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Monday, 06 March 2017 15:10

Writing and Publishing for Scholars



Dates and Location
July 3 - 7, 2017
Kyambogo University, Kampala Uganda
Cost to Register
200,000 Uganda shillings (Includes break-time tea, lunch folder and a pen)
Session Content
Writing skills, publishing techniques and individual tutorials on your drafts and more. International authors and copy editors available for individual consultation and working with participants on writing drafts.

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We are glad to announce that DAAD (the German Academic Exchange Service) is offering up to twelve (12) scholarships, open to young East African academics and scientists, for the academic year 2019/2020 to pursue a PhD in Germany. 

The scholarships are open to all fields of research. No age limit!

The Master’s degree must not be older than 6 years at the time of the application.

Application deadline: 31st October, 2018                               

Among the main requirements is a well developed research proposal (10 to 15 pages). The applicant needs to find a supervisor in Germany or get admission for a structured PhD programme.

For further information, visit us during our visiting hours on Wednesdays and Thursdays between 9 am and 12 noon, check our website or contact me as the officer in charge of this programme.

special take home notice

Enrollment is a very important function, which shows a notice of intent of a student to become an active member of the university.

  1. Enrollment is a mandatory planning function for all student of the university and is free of charge.
  2. Students should enroll EVERY SEMESTER and two (2) weeks before the commencement of the a new semester and shall not exceed two weeks of the start of the new semester;
  3.  Any students who has not enrolled for a programme shall be deemed to have absconded from the programme
  4. Enrollment is a self-service process and can be done online anywhere and anytime. Make use of the computer labs and available wireless internet spots at the University. Students with laptops/smart phones can use it to enroll.
  5. To enroll, use the link:, enter your student number and password and click ENROLL and flow the steps.

NB: Students shall enroll for courses/subjects in adherence to credit units stipulated in the course programme. To enroll for retakes or after withdrawal, or any related enrollment problem, students are encouraged to seek help from the office of the Academic Register or ICT Unit. 


Students are expected to pay fees according to the programme guides every semester after enrollment and before registration. No fees payment should be made before enrollment.

  1.  Tuition fees, Functional fees are the mandatory fees to be paid every semester depending on the fees structure of the programme.
  2. Other fees such as testimonial, retake fees etc. are paid whenever the service is required
  3. To pay fees, students should login into their portals and pay against the invoices generated by the system after enrollment. The link is: Click on MY PAYMENTS and then MAKE PAYMENTS button and follow the steps.
  4. A payment advise slip with a REFERENCE NUMBER is generated from the system after selecting and adding the fees to be paid. Copy the Reference Number or print out the payment advise slip with the reference number The system allows for partial payment of fees and a Reference Number can be generated for partial payment.
  5. After generating a Reference Number the student should walk to the three banks serving Kyambogo University, namely; Stanbic Bank, Crane Bank or Eco Bank or any of their country wide branches pay against the Reference Number. No fees payment should be made to any individual on behalf of the University. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE IN THE BANK.
  6. Details of how to pay are found on the university website and students Facebook account
  7.  Students who have completed studies and would wish to pay other fees such as certification fees, testimonial fees should use the global fees paying platform found at: .

NB: After payment of fees, students are encouraged to login into their portals and ensure that paid fees is reflected. If the paid fees is not reflected within an hour, the students should go
back to the bank to verify whether the fees was posted. Further help on fees should be soughtfrom the Finance Department.

Registration is the third process after enrollment, which shows that the student has fulfilled all the academic and financial obligations. Central registration is for fresh students by the Academic Registrar and Online Self-registration by continuing students. Visit the university website: for more details.

  1. Fresh students should follow circulars from the academic registrar on registration and ensure that they abide by the timelines;
  2. In order to be able register, the student must ensure that he/she has cleared all the fees;
  3. Students with fees balances in the previous semester(s) shall not be allowed to register before completion of the unpaid fees;
  4. Students with retakes will only be allowed to register for the courses they wish to retake after obtaining written permission from the Academic Registrar. Students with retakes are therefore instructed to make early clearance;
  5. Students who wish to register after a withdrawal from a programme shall enroll for courses after presenting written permission for resuming a programme from the office of the Academic Registrar;
  6. Students with disciplinary/examination malpractice cases shall not register for any programme unless, they receive written permission clearing them to resume studies from the Academic Registrar;
  7. To register all continuing student who have cleared all fees, login into their portals
  8. ( and click on the Online Registration function, and selfregister themselves by clicking Register.
  9. The student can view his/her history of registration in their portals by clicking on the online registration button. 

NB: Students are encouraged to learn how use their portals to avoid lining up for services that can be accessed on their portals. This includes: enrollment, generating reference numbers, self-registration, accessing their results, and other services such as links to the library and e-learning resources. If the student fails to register, they should seek help from the office of the Academic Registrar or ICT Unit.

Kyambogo University

Announces : The Kyambogo University International Multi-Disciplinary Conference, Kampala, Uganda

THEMEÔÇ£Supporting Communities for Sustainable Development: The Role of Universities and Tertiary Institutions

January 29th ÔÇô January 31st 2016

Every year, different universities and tertiary institutions pass out graduates. It is the expectation of the community that these graduates will come back to spur social and economic transformation in their communities. In addition, the institutions of higher learning are expected to be Centers of Excellence to set pace of development through research and providing solutions to their challenges. Are Universities and tertiary institutions living up to this expectation? Kyambogo University has organized the Multi-Disciplinary International Conference to bring together researchers, scholars, practitioners, Non-Governmental Organizations and government departments to showcase their research findings, innovations, ideas and good practices that can be used to enhance development in communities.
Papers to be presented may be either academic or practice oriented in panels or posters. Interested presenters should electronically submit abstracts of not more than 250 words. In the submission, they should include the author(s) name, institution of affiliation, e-mail address and phone number. Original papers will be identified and submitted with permission of the author(s) to an international journal for publication.
The following thematic areas can be used to guide submission of abstracts:-

  • Education for sustainable Development: Trends and Practices
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Teacher Education, Curriculum Reforms and Implementation
  • Gender, Culture and Development
  • E-Learning, ICT and Educational Technology
  • Finance, Economics and Entrepreneurship
  • Educational Psychology, Planning and Management
  • Comparative, Philosophy, History and Sociology of Education
  • Regional Integration and Globalization
  • Vocational, Technical Education and Employment
  • Good governance, Public and Private Sector Management
  • Agricultural Production, Productivity and Value Addition
  • Education and Management of People with Special Needs
  • Art, Culture and Socio-economic Development
  • Science, Technology, Computer Science and Innovations
  • Management of Environment and Natural Resources
  • Professionalism and Ethics
  • Peace, Security, Justice and Conflict Resolution

Registration Fees

 International Delegates 
  • Early Bird Registration fee $100 USD
  • Late Registration fee $100 USD
  • Student Registration rate $100 USD
  • Tour $ 50 USD

East African Delegates

  • Early Bird Registration fee UGX 200,000/= US$ 75
  • Late Registration fee UGX 200,000/= US$ 90
  • Student Registration rate UGX 100,000/= US$ 35
  • Tour $ 50

The registration fee indicated above is for conference materials, break tea, and lunch. Hotel and dinner costs are to be met by individual participants. Accommodation details will be communicated as soon as possible.

Important Dates

  • Registration Opens: August 1, 2015 (Attendees)
  • Early registration deadline: November 30, 2015
  • Proposal Submissions due by: October 30, 2015
  • Arrival for Conference: January 28, 2016
  • Notification of Proposal Acceptance: November 13, 2015
  • Conference days: January 29-31, 2016

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT MAIN SUB-THEME IS ÔÇ£The role of Universities and tertiary institutions in supporting ECD in communities". 
ÔÇ£Supporting Communities for Sustainable Development: The Role of Universities and Tertiary Institutions

The ECD sub themes include:-

´éÀ Innovations in ECD;
´éÀ Language and literacy development
´éÀ Partnerships and Networking to sustain ECD
´éÀ Using Indigenous Knowledge bank in ECD
´éÀ Trends in ECD Practices in Communities
For scholars interested in EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT send your abstracts or paper that is in line with any of the above sub-themes to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Also for accommodation booking you are referred to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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