The University of Texas at Brownsville is partnering with Charles Sturt University in Australia on a cutting-edge program that no other higher education institution in the Americas is involved with. Mark Kroll, dean of the UTB school of business, and David Widdowson, head of school for Charles Sturt University’s Centre for Customs & Excise Studies, on Sept. 5 signed a […]
19 Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) managers gathered at the RRA Training Institute campus at Huye from 25th – 29th August 2014 for the MBA (Customs Management) customs specialization modules delivered by the Centre for Customs & Excise Studies (CCES). The MBA programme, which is run in collaboration with the East and Southern Africa Management Institute (ESAMI), with its headquarters in […]
This month CCES will begin working in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) on a project to prepare and deliver a series of Executive and Middle Management Development Programs in Public Sector Management of Trade Facilitation and Regulatory Compliance. The design and content of the Programs will be informed by a Training Needs Analysis conducted across all Lao PDR […]
On 5 August 2014, Charles Sturt University (CSU) and Sri Lanka’s General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University (KDU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to facilitate academic cooperation between the two educational institutions. The MOU was signed at a ceremony held at the Sri Lanka Consulate in Sydney by CSU Vice Chancellor, Professor Andrew Vann and the Vice Chancellor of […]
The collaboration between ESAMI and CCES was first established in 2011, and since then, over 50 students have been through program. The program provides an opportunity for Customs officials in the Eastern and Southern African Region to obtain a MBA specialising in the field of Customs. The 27th MBA (Customs) intake of students at the Eastern & Southern African Institute […]
In April we welcomed a visiting scholar, Dr Li Li from the Shanghai Customs College, China. Dr Li will be with us until the end of June 2013 and will be assisting CCES with curriculum development, and is giving a number of guest lectures while she is with us. Dr Li holds a PhD in International Law from the East […]
The INCU is pleased to announce that the new membership structure and governance arrangements are now in place. Until recently, INCU membership has been restricted to universities, research centres and other institutions that are active in customs education, research or training. To this point, individuals have only been able to become involved in INCU activities through their affiliation with one […]
On 31st January 2013 we welcomed our new and continuing Postgraduate CCES students. The students were welcomed by Greg Weppner, Convenor of CCES Postgraduate programs, and then briefed by Adjunct Professor Andy Johnson. In the afternoon, some students caught Action buses into Canberra City with Lili Ceric, CCES Marketing Manager and attended the National Capital Exhibition at Regatta Point.