Makerere University College of Health Science, School of Public Health (MakSPH) and College of Business and Management, School of Statistics and Planning (MakSSP) with funding from the Impact Evaluation for Evidence Based Decisions (IEED) project invite suitable candidates to apply for the HEST University graduate internship programme.
The HEST Graduate Internship Programme is designed to empower recent bachelors degree graduates with practical skills and hands-on experience in their respective fields.
By participating in this programme, you will have the opportunity to work with selected partner industries, receive guidance from experienced mentors, and engage in meaningful projects that will enhance your career prospects.
The programme is looking for exceptional candidates who meet the following criteria:
- Academic Status: Awaiting graduation or in their final semester from Makerere University (MAK), Makerere University Business School (MUBS), and Kyambogo University (KYU).
- Academic Performance: Participants should be under normal academic progress, as indicated by their most recent results.
Important to note is that the programme will not consider applicants who fall into the following categories:
- Students who are currently employed.
- Masters degree graduates.
- Bachelors students who graduated more that 2 years ago
The deadline has been set on 20th October 2023 nd to apply for this exciting opportunity, please complete and submit an online application via the link below.
For any inquiries or assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to the following individuals at your respective university:
Contacts of university focal persons
Dr. Christine Amiito
Ms. Nandugwa Harriet
Makerere University Business School (MUBS)
Ms. Christine Nantambi
Contacts of IEED Project Team
Ms. Afazali Zabibu, HEST Study Coordinator
Makerere University, School of Statistics & Planning (MakSSP)
+256 779 912 365/+256-705 587 072
Mary Kaakyo, IEED project Coordinator
Makerere University, School of Public Health (MakSPH)
+256-706 960 075/+256 7859 322 148