3rd Commencement Lecture
September 21, 2016
NDEJJE UNIVERSITY INT’ CONFERENCE 26 – 28 SEPT 2016
September 21, 2016

Ndejje University signs MOUs with multiple organisations with the aim of improving relevance of developed academic programs. Partnering with experts in the business environment the University will produce complete self-sustaining graduates and also maintain a teaching force which is equipped with up to date skills. See recently signed MOUs and benefits attached:

Ndejje University through the Faculty of Basic Sciences & Information Technology partnered with Data Care Uganda LTD.

Data Care (DC) through the collaboration provides personnel to train all faculty staff, and conduct subject specific tutorials for students.  DC and NDU will also conduct research together and provide better internship opportunities for the students at Ndejje University.

Through the collaboration, incubation labs aimed at actualizing research projects and growing talent will be realized.

Ndejje University & University of Piraeus

Ndejje University through the Dean of Students’ office signed a Memorandum of Understanding with University of Piraeus.

The two institutions agreed to develop the following collaborative activities in the academic areas of mutual interest:

  • Exchange of professors, scholars and research staff
  • Conducting joint lectures and organizing joint symposia, seminars, conferences, etc
  • Exchange of academic information and materials
  • Promoting collaboration infields of mutual interest
  • Promoting other academic co-operation as mutually agreed
  • Eligible activities within the bilateral cooperation of research between Greece and the Republic of Uganda.
  • Other areas in which concrete mutual interest in cooperation is established or will develop
Ndejje University and UNAD

Ndejje University through the Extra-Mural Unit signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Uganda National Association of the Deaf (UNAD).
The two parties agreed to:

  • Train sign language
  • Capacity building for deaf students through participating in training at NDU, with formal training ranging from tailor made short courses to graduate courses
  • Conduct research and publish findings collaboratively

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