Graduation ceremony for the College of Arts and Social Sciences and the College of Business and Economics in Adi Keih.
College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) and College of Business and Economics that are located in Adi Keih have jointly graduated 521 students in Masters, 1st Degree, Diploma and Certificate on 8 September. Continue reading Two Colleges in Adi Keih Graduate 521 Students
How is the postgraduate education in Eritrea progressing?
“The pace of development will depend on the quality of our people, and the quality of our people depends on the kind of education we provide. The more we invest in education and the better quality we provide, the better contribution will be towards the socio-economic development of the country” – Prof. Zemenfes Tsighe.
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The National Higher Education and Research Institutions (NHERI) has been the lead facilitator of postgraduate education that has been offered inside the country and abroad. Last week, on 21st of April, 31 students who have been attending post-graduate studies through were graduated in an event held at Asmara University. distance education Continue reading Way Forward: Eritrea’s Postgraduate Education
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Congratulating our graduates for the fruits of their 16 – 17 years of hard work. Despite the challenges, the continued efforts on establishing and expanding quality institutions of higher learning in Eritrea started paying-off.
The Higher Education Institutions since their establishment in 2008 have graduated 29,772 in Masters, first degree and diploma including 256 in Medical Doctorate.
According to documents, the Eritrean Institute of Technology graduated 13,571, and Hamelmalo Agricultural College 4,840, College of Business and Economics 4,694, College of Science and Marine Technology 1,420, College of Arts and Social Science 1,476, Asmara College of Science and Health Technology 3515.
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Mr. Pekka Haavisto, Special envoy of the Finnish Foreign Ministry, today signed cooperation agreement with Eritrea that aims at enhancing IT facilities in all higher learning institutions and to initiate post-graduate GIS program.
Eritrea and Finland signed an Agreement on Technical Cooperation on higher education in Asmara on 2nd October 2015 this week.
The Agreement was signed by Mr. Semere Russom, the Minister of Education and Mr. Pekka Haavisto, Special Envoy of the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The cooperation agreement envisages Finnish support in
five projects of higher education. These projects will enhance the quality and outreach of higher education; contribute to the further development of Eritrea’s education sector; and bolster the efficient use of research-based knowledge. Continue reading Eritrea and Finland Signed Bilateral Agreement on Technical Cooperation
Hamelmalo college of Agriculture celebrated 10th anniversary of its establishment. The college so far equipped more than 2976 graduates with professional skills that are needed in the development of food security programs.
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H amelmalo Agricultural College has been in a week of festivity. It is quite impressive to see that the college celebrated 10th anniversary of its establishment along with the inauguration of a 4 million dollar newly built research laboratory. Established in 2005, the college has held its 8th commencement on 19 July 2015. Continue reading Hamelmalo Agricultural College on Steady Progress
Despite the challenges, the continued efforts on establishing and expanding quality institutions of higher learning in Eritrea starts to pay-off
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, Executive Director of the National Commission for Higher Education, gave an interview to the local media on the ongoing endeavors that the Government of Eritrea is making to nurture professionals in various fields of education. Following is a brief summary of the interview: Prof. Tadesse Mehari Continue reading ERITREA: Investing in Higher Education Key to Capacity Development