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    Osallistuminen kouluttajien kouluttamiseen Ugandassa, koulutuksen suunnittelu, projektin hallinta / Building Institutional Capacity for Training Leadership and Management of Ugandan Universities (LMUU)The purpose of the LMUUproject is to build responsive capacitiesof Ugandan universities for engagement in national development. This capacitybuilding project has a three-phased approach. First, it focuses on developing institutionalcapacity of an institution responsible for management development in Uganda – the Uganda Management Institute (UMI)as well as enhancing the capacity of experts in curriculum development at the School of Education,Makerere University in theoretical and practicaldynamics of university leadership and management. Second, the project partnersjointly develop modules for a postgraduate diploma in university leadership andmanagement at Uganda Management Institute to enable the Institute to professionaliseserving and prospective university leaders and managers in Uganda and the EastAfrican region. Third, the modules of the diploma are pilot-tested by trainingacademic leaders and administrative staff of Makerere University.Coordinator:School of Management, Higher Education Group (HEG) at the University of TamperePartners:Higher EducationGovernance and Management (HEGOM) in the Network for Higher Education andInnovation Research (HEINE) at the University of HelsinkiUganda ManagementInstitute (UMI)Schoolof Education, Makerere UniversityFunded by: Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland underthe Higher Education Institutions Institutional Cooperation Instrument (HEI ICI)aimed at strengthening institutional capacities of higher educationinstitutions in developing countries
    Period12 May 201131 Dec 2012
    Held atBuilding Institutional Capacity for Training Leadership and Management of Ugandan Universities (LMUU)
    Degree of RecognitionInternational