About the webinar:

Uganda’s education system has expanded significantly as a result of several ambitious reforms. But critical challenges remain, including the country’s rapid population growth and limited participation in education. Join WES specialists Rana Hassan and Wilson Macha for an overview and analysis of education in Uganda.

Gain insights into:

  • The structure of Uganda’s education system and recent educational reforms
  • Uganda’s benchmark credentials and how to evaluate them
  • Key institutions, academic documentation, and grading scales


Rana Hassan

Knowledge Analyst, WES

Rana has worked at WES for four years in credential analysis and evaluation and international education research. Rana earned a master’s degree in Middle East studies and a bachelor’s degree in international studies and business management and administration, both from the City University of New York. Rana specializes in the educational systems of countries in the Middle East and North Africa. She is also well versed in the educational systems of South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Commonwealth countries.

Wilson Macha

Wilson Macha

Senior Knowledge Analyst, WES

Wilson has been working at WES for the past five and a half years. He has written on the education systems of South Africa, Uganda, and Sri Lanka and specializes in Commonwealth education in general. In addition, he works extensively with the education systems of Western Europe. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in international studies from Texas A&M University in 2014.