Gabrian a Year 4 Pupil builds a bumper car prototype using Lego parts and a touch sensor in the GISU Robotics Lab.
How it works
This robot has a bumper in front that triggers a touch sensor to tell the robot when it has run into something. The program will make the robot drive around the room, turning each time it bumps into something.
THE IRISH AID FELLOWSHIP TRAINING PROGRAMME OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2018/2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
Irish Aid, through the Fellowship Training Programme (FTP) is offering the government of Uganda (Ministry of Education and Sports officials and institutions) 06 scholarships for study at Masters Level in Ireland or within the Eastern, central and southern Africa region for courses commencing August 2018- March 2019.
The (FTP) awards are made in the fields such as: Development Studies, Rural Development, Health care, Education and Law with the aim of supporting and enhancing the contribution recipients can make to their organizations.
1. Indicate a programme of study in Ireland or within the Eastern, central and southern Africa region
2. The field of study : Education
3. Be an employee of the Ministry of Education and Sports or its affiliated institutions
The application form and employer endorsement form can be downloaded at: www.dfa.ie/uganda under Services/Opportunities to study or at www.irishaidfellowships.ie
You will also find the following websites useful:
The application forms should be hand delivered to:
The Department of Higher Education
3rd Floor Legacy Towers
To reach not later than 23rd November, 2017
The shortlist of the nominated candidates will be displayed on the Ministry of Education and Sports website: www.education.go.ug on the 30th November 2017.
We would like to thank our OLD STUDENTS who passed by the school to wish our 2017 candidates success in UNEB exam
among our OB/OGs were;
ms Nakamanya Monica
ms Nakisuule Moreen
mr Kobwemi Tanazias(GUILD PRESIDENT 2007)
mr wizeye Augustine
ms Nabada Hanifa
Mr kyalimpa Jonan
mr Twinomujuni Noah
mr Musisi charles
Mr wadika Francis
Mr Mbabali Gaddafi
Ms Wanyana Dorothy
Thank you and please keep it up
You are cordially invited you to attend our International Festival of Language and Culture Event on Saturday 18th November, 2017.
The International Festival of Language and Culture is an annual celebration and showcase for the diversity of linguistic talents in Galaxy International School Uganda.
We are trying to promote research, learning, and information exchanges in support of peace, friendship, and understanding.
Students try to engage with the visitors and the local community through initiating and participating in social, cultural, and educational activities.
They are building strong ties and lasting friendships and raising hopes for world peace.
CBS excels in the 2017 Eduniversal rankings
Curtin Business School has excelled again in the latest Eduniversal rankings which evaluate the best 4,000 masters courses in 32 fields of study worldwide.
Two courses were ranked among the top 50 worldwide including the Master of Taxation (ranked 17) and the Master of Supply Chain Management (ranked 39).
CBS ranked in the top ten courses in the Oceania region in:
Master of Marketing (ranked third)
Master of Accounting (CPA Australia Extension Studies) (ranked fifth)
Master of Commerce (Applied Finance) (ranked fifth)
Master of Human Resources (ranked fifth)
Master of Science (Mineral and Energy Economics) (ranked sixth)
Master of Business Administration (Business Administration) (ranked seventh)
MCom (Information Systems & Technology) (ranked seventh)
Master of International Business (ranked seventh)
Master of Business Administration (ranked eighth)
Last year CBS hosted the annual Eduniversal “Palmes of Excellence” awards ceremony as part of the Eduniversal World Convention. Curtin maintained its Eduniversal Four Palmes ranking.
We were all shocked to hear the news of Ssali Andrew's untimely death yesterday. He was a valued media student at HOPE VTI Uganda, and he has made a lasting impression on all who were lucky enough to know him personally. Andrew was well known for being a fun-loving, adventurous individual who brought good humour with him at all times. We are proud to have had him at HOPE VTI Uganda, and he will be sorely missed by all.” Fare thee well Andrew
we take this pleasure to inform our sincere parents that first term will officially begin on 30th January ,2017
So it is high time, you prepared our dear pupils for serious studies and care from our competent teachers .
Success is My Pride
It has been a great blessing to see the joy of these little one enjoying the love from you our dear friends,We organise such days to show love to those that need it more,to restore hope to those that are hopeless,and more so to share our blessings with others.Thank you Mukwano Mwana.
Hi every one hope you are all doing well, now let's all confirm our presence by saying hello and please kindly tag your friends aswell photos are a happily welcomed such that we refresh our memories tujjukire kubetwerabide. I go first;
We are pleased to announce Ten (10) competitive vacancies at our sister institution African Institute of Health, and Management Sciences (ATMAS) in the following areas;
COURSE: Rational Pharmacy and Drug Use
Very good course that will earn you a job even before graduating, Fresh students & those who already qualified in other areas are free to apply
**** starting Date is : Saturday 18th July 2015
*********Study Time : Weekends ; Saturday & SUNDAYS
Admissions will be given on a first come first serve basis
Email: [email protected]
For details Call 0703445501
Makerere University Geographical Information Systems Centre, in collaboration with the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) funded Innovative Application of ICTs in Addressing Water-related Impacts of Climate Change in Africa, Asia and Latin America project based at the University of Nairobi are organising a one day Research Dissemination workshop to be held at Makerere University (CEDAT conference hall), Kampala on 12th December, 2014. Time 8:30am - 4:30pm
The workshop is focused on Innovative Application of ICTs in Addressing Water-related Impacts of Climate Change in Africa. The workshop will be held under the theme “Innovative Application of ICTs - bridging the gap between knowledge generation and end users for climate change resilience building in Africa”. The purpose of the workshop is to provide a platform to researchers to share their innovations, experiences and lessons in the use of ICTs in enhancing adaptation and resilience building to climate change in Africa.
If interested register using the following link below. Registration Deadline is 30th November, 2014
Academicians, policy makers and Msc/PhD fellows