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Interested Students and Staff of Moi University from the School of Education are invited to apply for limited mobilities at the University of Trnava in Slovakia under the Erasmus+ K107 program.

Interested Students

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Interested Staff

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University of Embu in conjunction with CERM-ESA-Moi University will be holding the 2nd Deans of schools of education consultative forum on the 4th and the 5th of December, 2019 at the CERM-ESA Auditorium, Moi University, main Campus. Deans of Schools of Education from both public and private Kenyan Universities will be participating in the forum. The Agenda of the forum will be; Setting up an Education Deans’ forum basing on reflections on comparative examples of Deans’ forums internationally, Implications for National Deans of Education Forum in Universities in Kenya, Implications for establishing a National Professional Educators Association in Kenya, Aiming towards a synthesis of mandates, processes, and strategies for establishing the requisite structures and, a way forward of the Dean of Education formation of the National Educators Professional Forum. The workshop will be graced by national and international facilitators.Download Programme

„In-Country / In-Region Scholarship  Programme“

Call for Scholarship Applications for 2020 at East & South African-German Centre of Excellence for Educational Research Methodologies
and Management (CERM-ESA) Funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

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The East and South African-German Centre for Educational Methodologies and Management (CERM-ESA) is one of ten African-German Centres of Excellence spread across the continent. The African Excellence programme funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) aims at producing highly qualified future managers and leaders in Africa and each centre provides a link between African and German higher education institutions. Initially, the focus of CERM-ESA was on supervision support, scholarships for Master’s and Doctoral students and research. This focus has been extended and now includes teaching and learning and community engagement. It is this wider vision of CERM-ESA which initiated the CABLES project. The CERM-ESA Capacity Building Programme for Lecturers and Supervisors (CABLES) programme is designed to support academics participating in DAAD funded Centres of African Excellence throughout Africa.


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