STEM Uganda

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach.

Most developed and developing countries have leveraged STEM to spur great innovations and technological breakthroughs through taught practical learning and skilling culture.

STEM-Uganda is a Project birthed at Billbrain Institute of technology, working with various industry experts in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics to drive learning and innovation in STEM.

Leveraging a digital library resource base of thousands of open-source STEM publications, and courseware, we provide guided learning on theme subjects for both learners still in school and industry practitioners, in addition to guided bootcamps and programmed sessions for holidaymakers to develop solutions for existing and emerging needs and challenges solvable through critical thinking and innovation.

Contact us for further details about the STEM Uganda project or visit the project website to find out more.