The course will be delivered from Monday—Thursday for a period of Two (2) weeks on a Face to Face basis. On Fridays, all students shall be taken to different Historical, cultural and geographical sites in and around Kampala. These field visits will be composed of a range of ‘activities’ relating to their academic content (e.g. museum visit, visiting the source of River Nile, women conservation projects, Uganda Wildlife Authority, National Environment Authority, Uganda Tourism Board).
In the 3rd and 4th weeks, students will go to the field to put theory into practice. The areas to be covered will include: Murchison falls National parks will be the field site for 2019 and the Albertine oil region in North Western Uganda summer intake. Students will interact with communities around Lake Albert Fishing Sites, and interact with communities surrounding the park and their co-existence with wildlife. Wrap up and evaluations will be in the 4th week.
30th April 2019
1st July -26 July 2019
Kyambogo University, Kampala Uganda
Murchison falls National Park, Albertine rift basin- oil region, North Western Uganda
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Number of places available
20 for International students and 20 for East African students