In line with a 2014 agreement that was reached between the Governments of Eritrea and the PRC, Chinese Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) has completed the construction of the 3-storey Science College building complex and handed over to the Ministry of Education. Continue reading New $25m Science College Building Inaugurated→
Professor Taddese Mehari, Executive Director of the Commission of Higher Education, described the vigorous efforts that are being exerted to strengthen the institutions of Higher Education in the county to ensure provision of quality education as well as enhance their research capabilities.
THE cornerstone for the first phase construction of a Science College at the Eritrean Institute of Technology (EIT) at over USD 33 million was laid last Tuesday in line with the cooperation agreement concluded between the Governments of Eritrea and the People’s Republic of China.
Present on the occasion were senior Government and PFDJ officials.
THE first bi-annual Science and Engineering Journal of the Eritrean Institute of Technology (EIT) was inaugurated today with a view to motivating students pursuing Masters Degree and raising their capacity.
THE number of College graduates in the country is increasing due to the extensive educational opportunity and endeavors, coupled with immense investment being made on the part of the Government to promote equitable educational opportunities to nationals.
In an interview he conducted with ERINA, Prof. Tadasse Mehari, Executive Director of the National Board for Higher Education, said that about 14,000 students from seven Colleges across the country have been pursuing studies in the 2013/2014 scholastic year, out of whom 2,765 graduated with Masters and Bachelor’s Degree, as well as Diploma, while 40 others graduated with Certificate.
Prof. Tadesse went on to explain that Hamelmalo College of Agriculture and the Institute Technology are providing post-graduate study, and that a total of 46 students have graduated with Masters Degree, thus making due contribution in lowering expenses paid to expatriate lecturers. Continue reading Eritrea: College Graduates on the Rise→