VC&P is addressing the gathering at the Congregation for 2019/20
PROF. SAMAI SWEARING IN ADDRESS 2021
ADDRESS BY THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR OF COMAHS ON THE OCCASION OF THE SWEARING-IN CEREMONY OF NEWLY QUALIFIED DOCTORS, PHARMACISTS AND PHARMACY TECHNICIANS, NURSES, MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENTISTS AND TECHNICIANS FOR THE 2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR- APRIL 2021 Read more
Your Excellency, The President and Chancellor of The University of Sierra Leone The Hon. Vice President The Chief Minister The Pro Chancellor The Hon. Minister of Technical and Higher […]
The University of Sierra Leone is to host a National Multiplication Training (NMT)
The University of Sierra Leone is to host a National Multiplication Training (NMT) on quality assurance and curriculum development in 2020. The training will be sponsored by DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) through the University of Potsdam, Berlin, Germany. Prof. Ronnie Frazer-Williams of the University of Sierra Leone is the lead trainer to be assisted by Dr Sherman Kamara of Njala University, Dr Samba Moriba of Freetown Teachers College and two international experts one from Africa and the other from Germany.
Quality Assurance Directorate kicks-off online Students’ Evaluation Survey of Lecturers.
Most universities have systems of formal students’ evaluation of lectures, involving some form of questionnaires. From 29th July to 4th August 2019, students of the University of Sierra Leone will complete an online survey to score the quality of lectures on all the three campuses: College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences (COMAHS), Fourah Bay College (FBC) and the Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM). The assessment will cover: Read more
Vice Chancellor & Principal’s Report to the Ministry of Technical & Higher Education 5th July 2019
We are proud to be a striving institution and I thank our staff, students and partners for their ongoing support, commitment to our success and involvement in promoting education. Read more
University of Sierra Leone saves time and the environment by going paperless
Our Web Portal and Online Application
It is nothing new that the world is steadily going digital and gradually, we are becoming a paperless society. At the University of Sierra Leone, we are gradually moving to paperless solutions for many of our core activities. In May 2019, the University of Sierra Leone launched its online applications process for admissions into all programmes with a wide range of benefits:Read More
Prof Sahr Responds to Quality Assurance Challenges in the University of Sierra Leone
While information explosion and global completeness have placed a compelling demand on educational institutions to enhance the quality of their delivery process and products, efforts to promote and embed Quality Assurance (QA) practices in the Sierra Leone educational system are so far either one-off or at best ad-hoc and to date there have been few sustained QA efforts in the Sierra Leone Higher Education system…Read More