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National Council for Higher Education

Programme Assessor - Floriculture

Kampala, Uganda

Closing: Jul 11, 2022

10 days remaining

Published: Jun 30, 2022 (1 day ago)

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Background

The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) is mandated by Section 119A of the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act, 2001 (as amended), among other things, to accredit Institutions and their academic and professional programmes. NCHE is further mandated to ensure minimum standards for courses of study. NCHE periodically reviews curricula submitted by institutions to ensure that it meets the set minimum standards. Reviewing curricula necessitates identifying experts from different academic disciplines.

Programme assessment level and requirements

  1. Programme assessors for postgraduate programmes should have qualifications higher than the proposed programmes and adequate research experience and publications.


  1. Programme assessors for undergraduate programmes should posses a minimum of a Master’s degree in the relevant field.


  1. Programme assessors for non-degree programmes shall be assessed based on academic and professional qualifications/teaching experience.


  1. Academics with knowledge of higher education, structures, administration and systems plus knowledge and experience in curriculum design and review will have added advantage.
Note: Please indicate your field of specialization and the University or Universities where you are currently lecturing in the subject line for email applications and at the top left corner of the envelope for hard copies.


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Background

The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) is mandated by Section 119A of the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act, 2001 (as amended), among other things, to accredit Institutions and their academic and professional programmes. NCHE is further mandated to ensure minimum standards for courses of study. NCHE periodically reviews curricula submitted by institutions to ensure that it meets the set minimum standards. Reviewing curricula necessitates identifying experts from different academic disciplines.

Programme assessment level and requirements

  1. Programme assessors for postgraduate programmes should have qualifications higher than the proposed programmes and adequate research experience and publications.


  1. Programme assessors for undergraduate programmes should posses a minimum of a Master’s degree in the relevant field.


  1. Programme assessors for non-degree programmes shall be assessed based on academic and professional qualifications/teaching experience.


  1. Academics with knowledge of higher education, structures, administration and systems plus knowledge and experience in curriculum design and review will have added advantage.
Note: Please indicate your field of specialization and the University or Universities where you are currently lecturing in the subject line for email applications and at the top left corner of the envelope for hard copies.



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