Students of CEDAT together with those from Aalto University have come together to develop solutions to problems in and around Makerere University under the Problem Based Learning (PBL) umbrella. The team from Aalto University arrived in Uganda on Saturday 2nd
Students of CEDAT have partnered with their counterparts of Alto University in Finland to recycle plastics. The students who include artists, construction managers, surveyors and engineers have worked together on this project under the Problem Based Mode of learning. PBL
The College of Engineering, Design, Art, and Technology (CEDAT) at Makerere University hosted its Third Workshop on Enriching Engineering Education in Sub-Saharan Africa on 12 – 13th April 2018. The workshop was conducted with support from the Royal Academy of
Student teams from the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology, Makerere University and Aalto University (Finland), have been working together under the umbrella of the Problem Based Learning East Africa Initiative to find ways to turn plastic waste into
Makerere University, together with the University of Dar-es-Salaam, University of Nairobi and Aalto University in Finland, recently teamed up on a project on “Strengthening Problem- Based Education in East African Universities 2017-2020”, funded by the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.