NTU is developing world-leading teaching and research collaborations with institutions and organisations around the world.
Find out more about our work taking place in Africa and the Middle East in this section.
"Our activity across Africa and the Middle East encompasses a rich portfolio of research, networks, Erasmus+ projects, and a number of key strategic partnerships. These pages reflect just some of the innovative projects currently taking place across the region. To find out more about what else is happening in these countries and if you would like to get involved, please get in touch with me."
Senior Global Partnerships Manager, Africa, Middle East, Americas
Makerere University, Uganda
Learn more about NTU’s partnership with the prestigious Makerere University in Uganda.
Our expert in the region
Linda has over twenty years of experience in health promotion and working with local communities in the UK and internationally and has worked in the East Africa region since 2003.
“Working with colleagues has led to a vibrant and successful research and practice culture that is focused on bringing change to communities in low-income settings with the poorest in society and led by an ethic of social justice.
Working so closely in East Africa over the last 20+ years, I continue to learn about the potential for understanding that the global African ethic of Ubuntu, 'I am because we are', brings us. It guides our work towards decolonising and valuing different knowledge(s), bringing an ethic of ecological thinking, of community and service learning, of kindness and inclusivity, and to demonstrate impact and bring about change. All these qualities I experience in the richness of our partnerships in the region."
Dr Linda Gibson, Associate Professor (Sociology)
Read more about Linda's work in her staff profile.
Research in the Middle East and North Africa
Brackenhurst: the historic link
Learn more about the fascinating historic link which has led to friendship and synergy between the two Brackenhurst sites in Nottingham and Kenya.