October 2020

Call for first round registration

Dear JU Students, JU has finalized preparations to reopen classes after months of interruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The reopening will happen on round bases as per the direction from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the first-round registration dates (November 6 & 7, 2020) is for

Message of Condolence

The Jimma University’s community is deeply saddened and grieved to know the passing of Honorary Dr. Laurette Artist Lemma Guya. He was an exceptional figure who dedicated all his life to his country and the art profession through which he conveyed messages and promoted the mosaic culture of his country. He was an impressive person and a hero to the new generation by creating inspiration towards their culture and learn their root where the new generation need to protect, know and feel a sense of belongingness.

Artificial Intelligence underlined as a key for accelerating the National Development Agenda

A team of officials and experts led by Mr. Worku Gachena, Director of the Artificial Intelligence Center (AIC) visited Jimma University on Thursday 15th of October, 2020 with the aim of launching partnership between AIC and JU.

JU finalized preparations to handle the suspended second semester courses in two months

08 October 2020: Deans and Directors of JU’s Colleges and Institutes presented their report on the final preparation for the crash program (i.e., to finish the suspended semesters in two months) to the Jimma University Executive Management Members.

2013 ዓ.ም አዲስ ገቢ የድኅረ ምረቃ ትምህርት አመልካቾች በሙሉ

የመግቢያ ፈተና የሚሰጥበት ዕለት ወደ ጥቅምት 13/2013 ዓ.ም የተራዘመ መሆኑን እንገልጻለን፡፡

ማሳሰቢያ፤ የመግቢያ ፈተና የሚሰጥበት ቦታ በጅማ ዩኒቨርስቲ ያመለከታችሁባቸው ፕሮግራሞች በሚገኙባቸው ኮሌጆች ውስጥ መሆኑን በድጋሚ እናስታውቃለን፡፡

የጅማ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ሬጅስትራር ጽ/ቤት

Discussion held on eLearning facilities and Library services preparation for the reopening of academic activities

Jimma University has been preparing itself for the reopening of on campus academic activities. Compared to other levels of education, there is more risk of COVID- 19 infection at the University since the students often come from different regions of the country with high possibility of contact history. In line with this fact, different taskforces were established to facilitate the preparation on teaching and learning across all campuses.