Student Achievements

February 4, 2016

ESAMI Graduation November 2015

The Graduation Ceremony was held on the 21st of November 2015 at the East and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) Headquarters, Njiro Hill in Arusha, Tanzania. The ceremony commenced with the academic procession of Professors followed by the students. The graduation ceremony was attended by approximately 400 students covering all MBA programmes offered by ESAMI. Countries represented were Zambia, Zimbabwe, Angola, Senegal, Tanzania, Cameroon, Mozambique, […]
November 18, 2015

Customs Officers from Rwanda, Mozambique and Zimbabwe complete their MBA in Customs

In November 2015, Customs officers from the Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA), Mozambique Revenue Authority (MRA) and Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) along with an industry representative from Cameroon completed the MBA in Customs, offered by the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) in collaboration with CCES. 50% of the curriculum is taught by ESAMI encompassing general management and accounting content […]
October 27, 2015

CCES Student Graduates with PhD

This month one of our esteemed PhD Candidates, Ms Ji Soo Yi from Korea was awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Her research thesis was titled, “Rules of Origin and Korea’s Use of Free Trade Agreements”. Among other things, Ji Soo’s research examines the reasons for the general underutilisation of Free Trade Agreements, with a particular focus on the […]
October 27, 2015

Semester 1, 2015 Medal Winner

Our Medal winner for Semester 1, 2015 is Alistair Gall. He Graduated this month with the Master of International Customs Law & Administration. Throughout his studies he maintained a High Distinction average. Alistair is a Scottish National and has spent the last 20 years of his career as a specialist customs consultant working in many countries around the world including […]
October 27, 2015

ESAMI – Final Thesis Presentations

35 students studying the Master of Business Administration in Customs jointly offered by CCES and ESAMI will present their theses in next month. Each student has completed an 8,000 word thesis focusing on a practical workplace issue. Topics include the impact of Post Clearance Audit on trade facilitation, the effectiveness of customs operational procedures in reducing clearance times, the consequence […]
October 27, 2015

University of Canberra Graduation – 1st October 2015

On Thursday 1st October 2015, the University of Canberra held their graduation ceremony, where 11 CCES Graduates conferred their awards. The Staff at CCES wish to congratulate each and every one of our Graduates on their achievements. The Graduates and their awards are listed below: Master of International Customs Law and Administration Master of International Revenue Administration Adrienne Claire D’Rose Hussein […]
May 20, 2015

First CCES Students Confer Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration

In a ceremony held in Goulburn, NSW on 11th May 2015, the first CCES students were conferred in the new Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration course. The CCES Graduates from countries as far as Sweden, Namibia & Germany were conferred. CCES wish to acknowledge the hard work in successfully completing the Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration from all 21 Graduates, […]
May 20, 2015

Community College of Qatar Graduation

For the past two years CCES has been working with the Community College of Qatar (CCQ) to develop and deliver a customs-specific associate degree. On  CCES May 6, 2015 Professor David Widdowson and Associate Professor Jamal Olaimat attended the graduation ceremony and congratulated the following students who are the first to obtain their Associate of Applied Science in Customs Management: […]
May 20, 2015

7 CCES Students Receive CSU’s ‘Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence’

Among our first graduates in the new Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration course, 7 CCES students were awarded the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence. To be eligible for the Dean’s award students must meet the following criteria: The attainment of a grade of Distinction or High Distinction in all coursework subjects undertaken, or H1 in the case of a Dissertation […]