Francis Ssebiryo, international alumni ambassador 2011-2012, Uganda
Name: Francis Ssebiryo
Home country: Uganda
Programme: Population Studies, Faculty of Spatial Sciences
Scholarship: fellowship Eric Bleumink Fund
“The research portfolio of the University of Groningen impressed me very much. RUG being a research university was a plus for me to develop my research skills in health population and policy analysis.”
About studying in Groningen
“I very much wanted to develop a demography career. A search for remarkable institutions offering the discipline brought me to the University of Groningen. The research portfolio of RUG impressed me very much. RUG being a research university was a plus for me to develop my research skills in health population and policy analysis. The programme has enriched my knowledge in demographic analysis, social-research, regional-based social and policy interventions. The programme also has endowed me with the necessary social research management skills to develop policy alternatives and opportunities for sustaining a health population.
The study environment is splendid in Groningen. In other words: studying is well facilitated. As a student, you never miss any study material and the professors are very committed and interact freely with students.
Biking is wow in Groningen; it’s fun and healthy for everyone.”
Francis Ssebiryo is a Population Scientist. He holds a Master of Science in Population Studies from the University of Groningen and he holds a bachelors degree in the same field with a bias in Population and Health, from Makerere University attained in 2007. Francis also holds several certificates in monitoring and evaluation projects and computer applications. His works focuses much on population health, reproductive health, HIV/AIDS and life course analysis of population.
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