Addis Ababa (April 27, 2017) - The Eastern and Southern Africa Higher Education Centers of Excellence Project (ACE II) has held its biannual Technical and Advisory Meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The meeting brought together leaders of the 24 Africa Centers of Excellence (ACEs) from the eight countries hosting the project to network, seek solutions to emerging challenges and plan innovative strategies to achieve project objectives.
Eastern and Southern Africa Higher Education Centers of Excellence (ACE II) Project Launched
Nairobi, October 26, 2016: TheEastern and Southern Africa Higher Education Centers of Excellence Project (ACE II) seeks to strengthen 24 competitively selected centers to deliver quality, market-relevant post-graduate education, and build collaborative research capacity in ﬁve regional priority areas: Read More
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Remarks by the Executive Secretary of the Inter-University Council for East Africa, Prof. Alexandre Lyambabaje, at the signing of the ACE II legal agreement at the World Bank offices, Nairobi, Kenya, on July 11th, 2016. Download Speech
World Bank-IUCEA Sign Agreement to Support Quality Training and Research Skills among Higher Education Institutions in Eastern and Southern Africa
Nairobi,July 11, 2016— the World Bank Group and the Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) today signed a grant agreement totaling US$8 million to supporta new regional initiative aimed at strengthening the capacityof higher education institutions to deliver quality post-graduate education and collaborative research indevelopment priority areas for Eastern and Southern Africa. Read more
Eastern and Southern Africa Higher Education Centers of Excellence (ACE II) Project Approved
Kampala, June 10, 2016: The World Bank Board has approved the Eastern and Southern Africa Higher Education Centers of Excellence Project (ACE II). Each of the 24 Africa Centers of Excellence (ACE) will be funded up to US$6 million over the project period of five years. Read more
Announcement of conditionally selected Eastern and Southern Africa Higher Education Centers of Excellence
14 December 2015
Below is the list of the 23 conditionally selected ACE proposals funded by ACE II (table 1) and the list of additional 8 proposals that could be considered for funding by their respective governments. Full Statement.
The Africa Center of Excellence for Pharm-Biotechnology and Traditional Medicine (PHARMBIOTRAC) is based at the Mbarara University of Science & Technology (MUST), a public university based in western Uganda and about 260km from the capital city, Kampala. PHARMBIOTRAC is pleased to invite applications from highly motivated, talented, research focused and qualified candidates for admission in MSc (by Coursework and Dissertation) and PhD (by Research) in Pharm biotechnology and Traditional Medicine for the academic year 2017/18. Scholarship opportunities are available on a competitive basis to eligible Africans... Read More