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DAAD is happy to announce that it is again offering up to 4 Masters scholarships for the 2018 intake in the Masters in Regional Integration here at CUEA.

The duration of the Masters programme is two years starting in September 2018. Students already enrolled in the programmes can also apply for scholarship for the remaining period.

Kindly find the DAAD application requirements here.

For more information on the program see here.

 

The University offers the following diploma and certificate courses:

Diploma Courses

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

  • Diploma in Business Management (FT)
  • Advanced Diploma in Business Management (PT)
  • Diploma in Purchasing and Supply
  • Diploma in Marketing

CENTRE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND ETHICS

  • Diploma in Peace and Conflict Management (FT)
  • Diploma in Church Management and Leadership (FT)
  • Diploma in Justice and Peace
  • Diploma in Governance Leadership and Elections
  • Diploma in BMO and CMO

FACULTY OF ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES

  • Diploma in Community Development
  • Diploma in Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit
  • Diploma in Social Work
  • Diploma in Social Psychiatry
  • Diploma in Criminology and Security Studies
  • Diploma in International Relations
  • Diploma in County Governance
  • Diploma in Peace and Conflict Management
  • Diploma in project planning
  • Advanced diploma in Project Planning and Management of development projects

FACULTY OF SCIENCE

  • Diploma in Records & Information Technology
  • Diploma in Library and Information Science
  • Certificate in Laboratory Technology
  • Diploma in County Governance
  • Diploma in Information Technology
  • Diploma in natural resource management
  • Diploma in food science and technology
  • Diploma in HIV/AIDS Management.
  • Diploma in analytical chemistry

Department of Library and Information Science

  • Diploma in records &information technology
  • Diploma in Archives and Record Management
  • Diploma in Library and Information Science
  • Certificate in records & Information Technology
  • Certificate in Archives and Record Management
  • Certificate in Library and Information Science

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

  • Diplomain Education
  • Diploma in Early Childhood Education
  • Diploma in ICT in Education

IRID

  • Diploma in standardization
  • Diploma in regional integration
  • Diploma in regional trade integration

REGINA PACIS INSTITUTE OF HEALTH SCIENCE

  • Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery
  • Diploma in Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Diploma in health records Management
  • Diploma in medical laboratory
  • Diploma in human nutrition and dietetics
  • Diploma in healthy systems management
  • Diploma in clinical medicine and Surgery

 

FACULTY OF THEOLOGY

  • Diploma in Theological Studies
  • Diploma in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Guidance
  • Diploma in Spiritual and Religious Formation
  • Diploma in Ecumenism and Interfaith Studies
  • Diploma in Charismatic and Healing Ministry
  • Diploma in Evangelization and Catechesis
  • Diploma in Church and Mission
  • Diploma in ethical issues
  • Diploma for Small Christian Communities for new Evangelization
  • Diploma in pastoral psychology and counseling
  • Diploma in Biblical Theology
  • Diploma in Pastoral Liturgy
  • Certificate in Theology

 

INSTITUTE OF CANON LAW

  • Diploma in Ecclesiastical Tribunal and Matrimonial Cases.

REQUIREMENTS

KCSE holders must have a Minimum Grade of C (plain).

Professional Certificate in a relevant discipline from an institution recognized by the University senate.

Certificate in a relevant field, applicants must have an ordinary certificate from a recognized institution

Non-Kenyans…………………………..

INTAKES

January, May and August for Day, Evening& Weekend, Open and Distance e Learning

August, April& December for School/Holiday based Programme

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Application for admission is made on a form obtained from Admissions Office or Downloaded from the University Website(www.cuea.edu)

Submit a duly filled form and academic copies to any Campus attached a banker’s cheque or deposit slip of application fee.

For more information kindly contact admissions office……………………………………..

Switchboard Lines:

0722-509811/2

020-2525811/2/3/4/5

PAYMENTS can be made by BANKERS CHEQUES payable to: CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF EASTERN AFRICA or by Direct Deposit in the University’s accounts in any of the branches of the following banks:

  1. a)COMMERCIAL BANK OF AFRICA A/C No: 6479000011(Galleria Branch)
  2. b)COOPERATIVE BANK OF KENYA A/C No: 0112905722200(Parliament Branch)
  3. EQUITY BANK A/C No: 061-0292352491(Ongata Rongai Branch)

 

Closing Date for applications: 22 January 2018

About the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI)

The Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) was founded in 1962 and since then has provided knowledge in the form of high-quality research, timely information and extensive documentation on Africa. Over a period of half a century, NAI has remained committed to academic and policy research, information dissemination and documentation on African issues. NAI has followed the trends and development of Africa studies in the Nordic region and in African continent, and also actively initiated new ideas and forms of engagement to fulfil its mission as the main centre for African knowledge in the Nordic countries and to serve its stakeholders in the Nordic countries, and globally. The Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) is currently implementing a Five Year Strategy, 2017-2021, which has promoting academic and policy-oriented research programmes on Africa in the Nordic countries as one of its strategic goals.

NAI offers a stimulating intellectual environment, an interdisciplinary research orientation, a team of researchers from different social and natural scientific backgrounds, and a library with modern facilities. In addition, the institute is linked to an extensive networks of research institutions in Africa and the Nordic countries.

Job Description

The Nordic Africa Institute’s African Scholar Program is targeted at researchers based in Africa who need time and a conducive environment for finishing and writing up their ongoing research. It offers a Senior Researcher position at the Nordic Africa Institute for the duration of 12 months. The Nordic Africa Institute is looking for a qualified researcher from African universities and research institutions with demonstrable research interest.

The Senior Researcher under the Institute’s African Scholar Program will develop and execute research projects within at least one of the institute’s research thematic areas, namely:

  • Inclusive growth, poverty and inequality in urban and rural Africa
  • Climate change and sustainable development
  • Conflict, security and democratic transformation
  • Mobility and migration
  • Gender equality

The successful candidate might use the period of his/her employment at NAI to complete on-going research, develop new research projects, or complete articles, books or monograph manuscripts. The scholar-researcher should take advantage of the intellectual and logistical resources of the Nordic Africa Institute and expect to contribute meaningfully towards actualizing NAI’s vision and mandate in return.

Qualifications

  • A PhD degree in a social science or humanities disciplines. The applicant should have a considerable experience of work on Africa-related issues.
  • A research/teaching position in university or research institution in Africa.
  • Strong writing ability and capacity to present complex issues in a readable form for both academic and non-academic audiences.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Strong communication skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Knowledge of Africa’s scientific community, policy environment, and other relevant stakeholders and actors in Africa.
  • Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English.

The application

The application should contain:

A. A proposal not exceeding 5 pages. It should include the applicant’s

  • Presentation of the on-going research project(s) – objective, questions, theory and method;
  • Work plan for the length of stay at the institute – detailing proposed intellectual activities, expected outputs (such as publication, dissemination activities, participation at seminar/workshop/conference activities, and policy engagements);

B. A complete CV with a list of scientific publications where it is clearly indicated which publications are formally considered as peer reviewed.

C. Copies of the applicant’s own publications relating to his/her research (a maximum of three publications).

D. Proof of networking and collaboration.

E. The names and addresses (phone, fax, e-mail) of at least two references.

As part of the recruitment process, shortlisted candidates will be invited to present their proposed research projects for the Nordic Africa Institute in Uppsala or using video-conferencing facilities.

Condition of Service

Contract period will be 12 months. Salary is negotiable within the current levels at the institute. Starting date of the employment is negotiable.

Contact persons

Victor Adetula, Head of Researcher, Eva-Lena Svensson, Human Resources Manager, Trade Union representatives: Johan Sävström (OFR/ST) and Henrik Alfredsson (Saco-S). All can be reached at +46 18 471 52 00.

More information about NAI’s research focal areas and themes, on-going research activities, grants, library services and publications is available on the Institute’s website: www.nai.uu.se.

The application should be sent

a) preferably by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (Including publications to the extent possible or by indication of internet addresses where they might be available).

b) in hard copy by regular post to The Nordic Africa Institute, P. O. Box 1703, SE–751 47 Uppsala, Sweden.

Closing Date for applications: 22 January 2018.

NAI is committed to an Equal Opportunities Policy in employment and since the institute strives for a balanced proportion of men and women, women are particularly encouraged to apply for the position.

 

Closing Date for applications: 22 January 2018

About the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI)

The Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) was founded in 1962 and since then has provided knowledge in the form of high-quality research, timely information and extensive documentation on Africa. Over a period of half a century, NAI has remained committed to academic and policy research, information dissemination and documentation on African issues. NAI has followed the trends and development of Africa studies in the Nordic region and in African continent, and also actively initiated new ideas and forms of engagement to fulfil its mission as the main centre for African knowledge in the Nordic countries and to serve its stakeholders in the Nordic countries and globally.

The Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) is currently implementing a Five Year Strategy, 2017-2021, which has promoting academic and policy-oriented research programmes on Africa in the Nordic countries as one of its strategic goals. It is in pursuit of this goal that NAI is looking for a senior academic with considerable experience in research and writing on Africa for the position of a Senior Researcher on Economic Growth, Poverty, and Inequality in Africa.

Job Description

The Senior Researcher on Economic Growth, Poverty, and Inequality in Africa is expected to lead academic activities and other intellectual engagements including proposal writing, seminar workshops, and policy dialogues within the Economic Growth, Poverty, and Inequality research thematic area. In addition, the Senior Researcher will participate in other activities as may be assigned by the Head of Research such as review of proposals for NAI´s scholarship programmes, planning and organizing seminars & conferences, facilitating academic networking, dissemination of research findings and media engagements. The Senior Researcher is expected to have professional relationship with researchers and research institutions working on African issues around the world, particularly in Africa and the Nordic countries.

Qualifications

  • A PhD degree in Economics, Development Economics, Development Studies, Political Economy, Global Studies, or International Development with focus on study of African development. The applicant should have a considerable experience of work on Africa-related issues.
  • The candidate must have a demonstrated experience in the analysis of Africa’s development including research-based policy recommendation.
  • Strong communication skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Strong writing ability and capacity to present complex issues in a readable form for both academic and non-academic audiences.
  • Strong analytical skills including the use of quantitative and qualitative research techniques.
  • Knowledge of African and Nordic research institutions and policy environment, and networks of researchers, policy makers, advocacy groups, and other relevant actors.
  • Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English.

Working knowledge of research centers, networks, and universities in the Nordic countries and in Africa will be an added advantage.

The application

The application should contain:

A. A proposal for research project/s not exceeding 5 pages. It should include the applicant’s

  • Research questions, problems, methodology and theory situated within the theme of economic growth, inequality and poverty;
  • Possible sources of funding for research project outside the Nordic Africa Institute; and
  • Strategy for dissemination of research results (including contribution to policy engagements).

B. A complete CV with a list of scientific publications where it is clearly indicated which publications are formally considered as peer reviewed.

C. Three of the applicant’s own peer review publications (in three copies each if print copies are sent) relating to the proposed area of research.

D. The names and addresses (phone, fax, e-mail) of at least two referees.

As part of the recruitment process, shortlisted candidates will be invited to present their proposed research projects at the Nordic Africa Institute on site or using video-conferencing facilities.

Condition of Service

Contract period will be until the end of the current NAI Strategy 2017-2021. Salary is negotiable within the Institute’s current salary levels and remuneration packages. Starting date of the employment is negotiable.

Contact persons

Victor Adetula, Head of Research, Eva-Lena Svensson, Human Resources Manager. Trade Union representatives: Johan Sävström (OFR/ST) and Henrik Alfredsson (Saco-S). All can be reached at +46 18 471 52 00.

More information about NAI’s research focal areas and themes, on-going research activities, grants, library services and publications is available on the Institute’s website: www.nai.uu.se.

The application should be sent

The application should be sent:
a) preferably by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (Including publications to the extent possible or by indication of internet addresses where they might be available).

b) or in hard copy by regular post to The Nordic Africa Institute, P. O. Box 1703, SE–751 47 Uppsala, Sweden.

Closing Date for applications: 22 January 2018

NAI is committed to an Equal Opportunities Policy in employment and since the institute strives for a balanced proportion of men and women, women are particularly encouraged to apply for the position.

Closing Date for applications: 22 January 2018

About the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI)

The Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) was founded in 1962 and since then has provided knowledge in the form of high-quality research, timely information and extensive documentation on Africa. Over a period of half a century, NAI has remained committed to academic and policy research, information dissemination and documentation on African issues. NAI has followed the trends and development of Africa studies in the Nordic region and in African continent, and also actively initiated new ideas and forms of engagement to fulfil its mission as the main centre for African knowledge in the Nordic countries and to serve its stakeholders in the Nordic countries and globally.

The Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) is currently implementing a Five Year Strategy, 2017-2021, which has promoting academic and policy-oriented research programmes on Africa in the Nordic countries as one of its strategic goals. It is in pursuit of this goal that NAI is looking for a senior academic with considerable experience on research and writing on Africa for the position of a Senior Researcher on Gender in Africa.

Job Description

The Senior Researcher will initiate, design and conduct research projects in the research field of Gender studies in Africa. The Senior Researcher is expected to lead the academic activities and other intellectual engagements including proposal writing, seminars, workshops, and policy dialogues within the Gender Equality thematic area at the NAI. In addition, the Senior Researcher will participate in other activities as may be assigned by the Head of Research such as review of proposals for NAI´s scholarship programmes, planning and organizing seminars & conferences, facilitating academic networking, dissemination of research findings and media engagements. The Senior Researcher is expected to have professional relationship with researchers and research institutions working on African issues around the world, particularly in Africa and the Nordic countries.

Qualifications

  • A PhD degree in a social science, legal studies or humanities discipline, preferably gender studies, women’s studies, sociology, anthropology, political science, development studies, child and youth studies, with focus on gender and/or human rights in Africa. The applicant should have a considerable experience of work on Africa-related issues.
  • Strong communication skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.
  • Strong writing ability and capacity to present complex issues in a readable form for both academic and non-academic audiences.
  • Strong analytical skills including the use of quantitative and qualitative research techniques.
  • Knowledge of African and Nordic research institutions and policy environment, and networks of researchers, policy makers, advocacy groups, and other relevant actors.
  • Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English.
  • Working knowledge of research centers, networks, and universities in the Nordic countries and in Africa will be an added advantage.

The application

The application should contain:

  1. A proposal for research project/s not exceeding 5 pages. It should include the
    • Research questions, problems, methodology and theory situated within the theme of gender and human rights
    • Possible sources of funding for research project outside the Nordic Africa Institute; and
    • Strategy for dissemination of research results (including contribution to policy engagements).
  2. A complete CV with a list of scientific publications where it is clearly indicated which publications are formally considered as peer reviewed.
  3. Three of the applicant’s own peer review publications (in three copies each if print copies are sent) relating to the proposed area of research.
  4. The names and addresses (phone, fax, e-mail) of at least two referees.

As part of the recruitment process, shortlisted candidates will be invited to present their proposed research projects for the Nordic Africa Institute on site or using video-conferencing facilities.

Condition of Service

Contract period will be until the end of the current NAI Strategy 2017-2021. Salary is negotiable within the Institute’s current salary levels and remuneration packages. Starting date of the employment is negotiable.

Contact persons

Victor Adetula, Head of Research, Eva-Lena Svensson, Human Resources Manager. Trade Union representatives: Johan Sävström (OFR/ST) and Henrik Alfredsson (Saco-S). All can be reached at +46 18 471 52 00.

More information about NAI’s research focal areas and themes, on-going research activities, grants, library services and publications is available on the Institute’s website: www.nai.uu.se.

The application should be sent

a) preferably by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (Including publications to the extent possible or by indication of internet addresses where they might be available).

b) or in hard copy by regular post to The Nordic Africa Institute, P. O. Box 1703, SE–751 47 Uppsala, Sweden.

Closing Date for applications: 22 January 2018.

NAI is committed to an Equal Opportunities Policy in employment and since the institute strives for a balanced proportion of men and women, women are particularly encouraged to apply for the position.

 

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